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  • Cabs
    D.C. cabs to model after NYC?
    The interim chairman of the D.C. Taxicab Commission want 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 wants 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...
  • Arlington Transportation Partners awards
    Honoring good behavior for sustainable transportation
    Here is a great sustainability story from Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) that honors 800 Arlington companies for their supporting the vigorous use of mass transit and green behavior such as riding bicycles to work. Arlington County has a...
  • Move MN: the DFL's transit coalition
    Move MN: the DFL's transit coalition
    This year, an organization called Move MN has caught Minnesota's attention for their transportation agenda. Most people don't know who they are, much less know what their agenda is. This article will change that.First, Move MN isn't...
  • Alternative transportation
    How many forms of alternative transportation did you experience?
    You have heard or read many things about alternative transportation and are informed about what it is all about. Let us look back now, and recap different types:‘Far out’ solar poweredvehicles and flying cars are real and are being...
  • Chevy Bolt Detroit Auto Show 2015
    Vehicle news: Tesla Model 3, Chevy Bolt, and more
    Electric vehicles (EVs) have taken a greater role in the annual North American International Auto Show(NAIAS) in Detroit this year. While many people put on hold buying new cars in these past few years, as the U.S. economy has begun phasingout of...
  • Scott Dibble tax increase
    DFL proposes transportation tax increase
    The DFL majority in the Senate announced its plans to raise taxes to pay for a world class transportation system:At a press conference Monday, Sen. Scott Dibble, DFL-Minneapolis, chair of the Senate Transportation Committee, said the Senate plan...
  • LOVE
    Five Hudson Valley Museums you must visit in 2015
    From Yonkers to Kingston on both sides of the Hudson River, visiting this subjective collection of Hudson Valley Museums presents the broadest look at the art, astronomy, nature, environment, maritime and cultural history of the Hudson Valley and...
  • the snow
    Freezing rain doesn't stop city government from opening
    Across the region, offices and businesses issued a two hour delay for getting to work, yet city offices were expected to open on time. Freezing rain fell across the D.C. region, so many businesses and schools gave residents more time to get to...
  • Dayton, DFL special interests propose major tax increases
    Dayton, DFL special interests propose major tax increases
    Move MN is the latest DFL front organization to grab some spotlight. As their name suggests, Move MN's specialty will be on transportation issues. As with other DFL front organizations, their wish list is lengthy and the first item on their...
  • Mark Dayton unhinged
    Gov. Dayton, unhinged edition
    Less than a week into the 2015 legislative session, Gov. Dayton lost his temper:Gov. Mark Dayton slammed a proposal by House Republicans that would pay for fixing Minnesota’s roads and bridges through $200 million from the state’s...
  • Bullet train will link L.A. to San Francisco by 2029
    Bullet train will link L.A. to San Francisco by 2029
    Construction began today on a 200 mph bullet train that will place Los Angeles and San Francisco truly in the fast lane. This comes after the California High-Speed Rail Authority won the right to break ground for the tracks that will, eventually,...
  • Pinellas County Suncoast Beach Trolley will take you everywhere you need to go
    Pinellas County Suncoast Beach Trolley will take you everywhere you need to go
    Treasure Island and other gulf-coast communities in Pinellas County make for a great weekend getaway. There is not better way to explore the beach communities of Pinellas County than aboard the Suncoast Beach Trolley. This trolley will take you...
  • Balboa Park tram brings visitors to key points
    Get around in Balboa Park
    Visiting Balboa Park can be an exciting experience. With lush gardens, ornate architecture, entertainment, culture and more, Balboa Park is a destination for many. In order to make a visit to San Diego's favorite park a littl easier, the city...