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Public testing begins at Union Station on new screen prompts for Metro ticket machines

Three Metro TAP vending machines at Union Station will show new screen prompts beginning today as part of a two-week test to see how the riding public likes the improvements. 432 more words

Policy & Funding

Bad Train Advice

As our train fares continue to rise beyond all reason, it has never been more important to get your money’s worth from the rail service. Whether your personal comfort within the carriage needs improving, or you require some guidance regarding the decisions that need to be made to see your arriving on time (maybe), this guide will give you everything you need. 1,177 more words


Commuters need better value for money, says City Councillor

Following the news that commuters will start the year by being hit by a train fare rise of 2.2%, Leeds For You’s Ben Boland caught up with James Lewis, who is Councillor for Kippax and Methley Ward at Leeds City Council as well as being Chair of Metro / West Yorkshire transport. 23 more words


Is the Hiyu option a 'no brainer'?

Point of view.  It’s tempting to frame replacing the Chief with the Hiyu as a ‘no brainer’ because of the Hiyu’s assumed negligible capital cost (anywhere from $1 upward) and increased carrying capacity. 330 more words

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New Law Could Allow Cabbies To Charge 'Surge' Prices

From DNAInfo.com

Gov. Pat Quinn signed a bill aimed at ride-booking services such as Uber and Lyft into law moments before leaving office Monday, and it could mean higher fares for cab riders as well. 32 more words

Other Cities

Royal Brunei - A betterfly

Royal Brunei Airlines is the Gateway to Borneo and beyond. As the National Carrier of Brunei Darussalam, the airline provides warmth and hospitality in every flight it makes. 116 more words


Bristol Action For Rail - Join us for a Publicly Owned and run railway!

On Monday the 5th of January with about 30 others from The People’s Assembly, The Campaign Against Climate Change, the rail unions and The Bristol Green Party (who supplied the majority of the activists) we took to Temple Meads train station to protest yet another year of fare rises outstripping wages; and the whole iniquitous privatised system.  962 more words