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SCAG's Scam

I don’t have a car, and I use public transit almost everywhere I go. So when In opened my e-mail one morning and found an announcement with the heading “SCAG Seeking Input from SoCal Residents”, I was definitely interested. 941 more words


Chris Selley: Public transit won't get better faster until we can trust politicians with our money

Metro Vancouver’s half-per cent transit tax having been thumpingly rejected in referendum results announced Thursday — 62 per cent said no — many transit-boosters are suggesting a plebiscite was the wrong way to go about it in the first place. 732 more words

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Rejection of transit tax in Vancouver plebiscite holds lessons for other Canadian cities

TORONTO — In November 1997, voters in the Denver region, one of the fastest-growing municipal hubs in the United States, voted overwhelmingly against a plan to fund an ambitious new network of public transit with a small increase in taxes. 809 more words


When Things Go Wrong: Route 12, Nolensville Road

Monday (June 29) I had my first bad experience on MTA. It was not so bad for me, as I was just riding to see the neighborhoods and how the system worked in different areas. 868 more words

Presto coming to the TTC

By:  Richard

Presto is a fare card system that was introduced in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) in late 2009. As its namesake suggests, Presto makes fare payment fast and convenient for those transferring between the region’s different transit systems. 366 more words

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Wow... been too long!

Geez, so I am failing at this blogging thing – so sorry guys! I feel like I can barely catch down time lately… between work, school, family/friends, it’s tough getting down time. 220 more words

Public Transit


By Carolyn Tyler : abc7news – excerpt – (video)

Thursday, June 25, 2015 09:19PM
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Work on a regional connection for Bay Area commuters is quickly taking shape. 146 more words

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