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Supervisor moves to kick private shuttles out of red transit lanes

It’s time for private transit to get out of Muni’s way. That’s the message from Supervisor Sandra Fewer, who on Monday announced her intention to legally bar private transit vehicles, like tech-indust... read more

A day in the life of the world's busiest airport

11:08 a.m.'This is our hour' Cheri Anne Hummel's cheeks are rosy and her eyes are red. She's been ... "We're not going to kick her out," he says. "If we do, she's going to become a victim." Officers l... read more

Despite Safety Gains, Effort To Remove Mission Transit Lane Continues

Despite evidence that the Mission Street transit-only lanes have drastically ... impacted merchants, Supervisor David Campos and SFMTA's Director of Transportation Ed Reiskin announced yesterday via p... read more

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5 ways to make Seattle traffic less terrible

It could have also mitigated the impact of the Seattle Convention Center expansion, which will kick all King County Metro buses out of the downtown transit ... “Provide bus lanes, provide bus signals, ... read more


More big donations for transportation initiative as organizers say signature drive reaches 59,000

It has already spent much of that, doling out ... bus service and pay for other mass transit. The remainder would go to Hillsborough County, Tampa, Temple Terrace and Plant City for road and bridge im... read more

Sacramento Wants to Boost Rail Ridership By Banning Drive-Throughs and Gas Stations Near Transit

Los Angeles, where transit use is stubbornly stuck at about 5 percent of all trips, is spending billions to build out its light rail network and ... In 2017 alone, ridership declined by about 10 perce... read more

City approves red transit-only lanes on Geary for use by private shuttles, Chariot

Supervisor ... allowing tech shuttles and other private transit in red carpet lanes. “I thought to myself, ‘isn’t this the city that defies presidential orders and federal law?’” he told the board. “W... read more

Muni meltdown 2018: Our transit service failed to plan — and, thereby, planned to fail

In the age of social media, riding on public transit ... 5 Supervisor Vallie Brown, has called for an investigation. It remains to be seen what that investigation will turn up and what our new mayor w... read more

Updates on Hurricane Irene

New Jersey Transit would not be providing any commuter rail service on Monday, except for limited service on the Atlantic City line to help people who were evacuated return to their homes, he said. NJ ... read more

Mount Vernon: Projects Reshaping the Area

In March 2015, members of the Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing authority voted in favor of moving forward with interim agreement to develop the remaining 33 acres of North Hill. (Fifteen acres ... read more

North Shore mayoral candidates have their say on transportation, affordability

drastically improve public transportation by putting 20 more buses on the road, bringing rapid transit to foot of Lonsdale, building a new bridge between North Vancouver and Vancouver, having local pr... read more

Q&A: D9 supervisor on bike-sharing and encampments

I like the idea of bike share, I supported the red bus-only lanes – I think that the more ... are being pushed out as it’s becoming more attractive and people want to move in to take advantage of that ... read more



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