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Ordinary Stats: The Education-Transit Connection

Roz Kaplan, my colleague in Continuing Studies at SFU and Director of Liberal Arts and Adults 55+, just did some geobatching with the addresses of those who registered for her programs. 166 more words


Extraordinary Stats: The Bike-Transit Comparison

The Buzzer Blog has been doing a series on #WhatsTheLink – what TransLink is responsible for in the region.  (They’ve been trying for years to emphasize that they are not just a transit agency.) 210 more words


Annals of Transit - 15: Lessons from London ... TL service review ... B'way Corridor

An occasional update on items from the Transit City.



From CityLab:

Public transportation in London achieves the sort of financial efficiency that most U.S.

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Get that coffee in you

My body aches with the screams for rest as the rain falls for the first time in weeks. Hoodies up, the tradesmen cram in the front of the bus, stinking and dirty,  ready to get balls deep in the muck to make enough money to drink it away on the weekend. 144 more words


The Daily Scot

Scot Asks:

How many times is the C23 (or C21) bus on Davie going to pass saying ‘Sorry, bus full’?  Time to make it a regular size bus.


Translink CEO grilled by metro Vancouver mayors

WATCH: Delta mayor Lois Jackson says she’s lost faith in the Skytrain system. The tipping point was one of the recent shutdowns that she says put her daughter’s health at risk. 220 more words


DejaVu All Over Again: A Reality Check on SkyTrain

Here’s a VanCity Buzz piece by Kenneth Chan, dated July 2013.  Yup, a year ago:

REALITY CHECK: Why is SkyTrain breaking down so frequently?

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