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  • Air pollution world's largest environmental health risk
    Air pollution world's largest environmental health risk
    According to the World Health Organization, "air pollution is now the world's largest single environmental health risk." It is estimated that in 2012 one out of eight deaths occurred as a result of air pollution.A major contributor...
  • Visalia Transit
    Visalia Transit Launches its First Transit App
    Visalia Transit launches first transit app in the Central Valley, in real-time, which provides riders with a new customer service experience and makes commuting with Visalia Transit a breeze. Never miss a bus again!The innovative app will have the...
  • dc dirtbikes
    Offroad bikes are taking over D.C. public streets
    D.C. Government says simply:Minibikes,ATVs, anddirt bikesare designed for off-road use and may not be driven on city streets, sidewalks, or any other public space within the District of Columbia.It further states:It is illegal to ride or operate a...
  • Transportation strategy
    Thoughtful discussion about trains in America
    James Pethokoukis, scholar at the American Enterprise Institute posed the question about what to do with Amtrak. That is worth discussing for more reasons than the latest calamity and for more reasons than Amtrak is sucking more taxpayer money...
  • Go By Truck
    Interview: Can Go By Truck spread free markets across America?
    "I am looking to network with a few other libertarian entrepreneur-minded individuals here in Dallas," Go By Truck Shipper Solutions Expert Matthew Bellue and member of The Society of Libertarian Entrepreneurs told Dallas Libertarian...
  • Sequoia Shuttle kicks off the summer season for just $5
    Sequoia Shuttle kicks off the summer season for just $5
    To kick-off the summer season, on May 21st Sequoia Shuttle is offering round-trip tickets for only $5. It’s the most convenient, comfortable and car-free way of travelling to Sequoia National Park. Taking the Sequoia Shuttle will save you...
  • Federal survey planned on transit to recreation
    Federal survey planned on transit to recreation
    So how many people got to their recreational destinations by what form of transit? The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) at the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) wants to know and has proposed asking about it in its 2015...
  • Move MN's priorities
    Minnesota's priorities vs. Move MN's priorities
    The DFL is opposed to not raising every Minnesotan's taxes. The Dayton-DFL transportation plan would impose a tax increase on everyone who owns a vehicle. It would also impose a tax increase on everyone in the 7-county metro area via a sales...
  • LIRR Riverhead
    Review of LIRR Riverhead
    LIRR Riverhead gets real sketchy when nighttime approaches. I've witnessed public intoxication, drug dealers trying to sell drugs, fighting and the police are constantly arresting the same individuals for public drunkenness.Due to vandalism...
  • Welcome
    The DC streetcar system is still alive
    Some believe D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser may have performed a miracle.During her first State of the District Address she said firmly, the D.C. streetcar project along the H Street Corridor (connectingH Street NE and Benning Road NE) will continue on,...
  • Move MN: the DFL's transit coalition
    Move MN's dishonest tactics
    Sen. John Pederson, who represents St. Cloud in the state Senate, recently received a bunch of signed cards on the subject of transportation. These cards were delivered by Move MN, a DFL-aligned lobbying organization. Here's what caught Sen....
  • A  Railroad  Signal  Crossing  Gate
    Transportation Walk, Washington D.C.
    You think about taking a driving tour of Washington D.C. You get into your car and drive into the city. You pass by the numerous monuments and by all of the government buildings. You take a drive by the White House and the Capitol. You see...
  • Cabs
    D.C. cabs to model after NYC?
    The interim chairman of the D.C. Taxicab Commission wants to bridge the gap between all D.C. residents and the city's taxicabs.In a recent interview with WAMU 88.5, Eric Rogers announced he desires the estimated 650,000 D.C. citizens to have...
  • King County Metro fares going up…and down
    King County Metro fares going up…and down
    On March 1st, Seattle introduced ORCA Lift, the first income-based fare program of this scope in the nation. If your household income is less than 200% of the federal poverty level, you are eligible to participate in the ORCA Lift program which...
  • If you think Silicon Valley's highways are crowded now, just wait
    If you think Silicon Valley's highways are crowded now, just wait
    It took a personal visit by the Secretary of Transportation and the release of a major report on the health of Silicon Valley within the past 24 hours to confirm a new reality: as the Bay Area’s tech economy booms, the transit system is...
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