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No New Funding (equals) A Transportation Disaster

It seems that every month, we’re faced with a new looming fiscal disaster that is only averted by our elected officials in Washington D.C. at the very last minute. 999 more words

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Local Traffic Queues...since the 1940’s

With the Easter holidays in full swing getting across the bridge takes a little longer than usual. Before complaining we could spare a thought for times before the bridge was built when traffic queuing for the ferry stretched for km’s down Wharf St. 79 more words

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PATH Running Weekend Ferry Service To Make Up For Limited Trains

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Good news for travelers who rely on PATH trains to get in and out of Manhattan.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced weekend ferry service to make up for limited train service, CBS 2 reported. 109 more words

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February, 2014 Ridership Report

The numbers are out once again! And the month of February brought forth strong transit ridership along Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART), the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA), and Hampton Roads Transit (HRT). 583 more words

Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART)

Don't sit around and do nothing! TAKE ACTION ON BETTER TRANSIT!

In recent months, we’ve seen the efforts of Greenlight Pinellas bringing forth more and more supporters who want better transit for Pinellas County. However, we’re also seeing that other municipalities have been reluctant to move forward with transit expansion plans, fearing that past attempts may come back to haunt them, or that fiscal conservatives may greatly sway public opinion in going against more transit options, because they would cost taxpayers too much and put them on the hook should plans for transit expansion go down the tubes. 640 more words

Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART)

Anak ng Pasig... ferry?!

By Dindin Sarmiento, Daily Life Editor  |  

Photo by Steve Schmorleitz

Metro Manila’s heavy traffic is instant. Just add water and expect heavy traffic, the worst kind.   603 more words

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