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Could the Port Authority's buses be next for worldwide corporate giant Veolia Transportation? Jamie Campolongo, president and CEO of Pittsburgh Transportation Group, a Veolia subsidiary, said he thinks the idea is worth studying, citing the company's
That's dangerous because today's congested roadways have made transit indispensable to people's movements and the regions' economies. Syndicated columnist Why should we spring for the multibillions of hard-to-find dollars that the experts say are
A one-way ticket on trains or buses will cost $2.50 up 25 percent. Riders with monthly passes will have to pay 40 percent more: $95, up from $68. The latest fare hikes are raising the ire of some businesses that employ transit-dependent workers...
With better transportation among the highest-priority needs for seniors in the mountain region, Summit and its neighboring counties may soon see a new one-call coordinated transit system for seniors, veterans and disabled individuals. This is a
The Arizona Republic A $280,000 study will look at improving transit in the Southwest Valley and developing a plan to connect local systems to the regional transit system. The study was approved Sept. 12 by the Maricopa Association of Governments,
How many times have gotten behind the wheel, cursing the fact that if Metro had lines and service to go where you needed it to, you'd be among the ranks of the regular transit users in the city?...We heard from George McIntire via email, who
TriMet and C-Tran do a far better than average job of providing service to households without cars than most transit systems in major cities, according to a recent report by the Brookings Institution. The report, "Transit Access and Zero Vehicle
While we think of Detroit as the Motor City, nearly 30 percent of its residents don’t have cars, and therefore have to depend on mass transit to get around. But while the need for a regional mass transit system has
Rep. Winston Winnie Castelo (LP, Quezon City) on Sunday described as worth taking Metro Pacific Investment Corp.'s proposal to acquire MRT-3, but asked the Aquino administration to renegotiate MRT-3's contract with its builders and contractors for
The recent editorial by Jeff Ackerman, Pennies from heaven to the president, governor and down to the Supes, made some less than flattering statements regarding the construction of the Tinloy Street Transit Center as well as public transit in general.