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Rideshare Service Debuts In Arlington

ARLINGTON (CBS11) – Arlington doesn’t have a city-wide bus system, but now, residents who don’t have cars can use rideshare paid for partially by the city. 279 more words


Virginia Politicians Surprised Drivers Object to Destination Tax

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) opened a new toll road recently. The highway has been in existence since 1982, but the toll gantries are new. 778 more words


Mass Transit:An economic way of transport

What is Mass Transit?

Public transport (also known as public transportation, public transit, or mass transit) is a shared passenger-transport service which is available for use by the general public, as distinct from modes such as taxicab, carpooling, hired buses, and transportation network companies, which are not shared by the general public without private arrangement. 313 more words

Elon Musk just published a map of the new subway he wants to build for Los Angeles

Never one to wait for permission, Elon Musk’s The Boring Company has published its first city-wide map tracing the routes it would like to build as a Los Angeles underground transportation system. 412 more words

Two Greens MPs Arrested at Adani Mine Protest. Credit - Facebook/Frontline Action on Coal via Storyful

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Hoylman to push for lower MTA fares and congestion pricing

By Sabina Mollot

State Senator Brad Hoylman, who’s been an outspoken critic of the bus used by many of his constituents, the M23 a.k.a. the turtle, is now setting his sights on the MTA as a whole, saying he’s sick of seeing funds intended for mass transit get steered elsewhere. 812 more words


And All Points In Between

Former Seattle City Council member Nick Licata’s War on Streetcars continues. Casting the downtown community as a monolithic bad guy and as only a neighborhood for the rich, Licata is saying the City shouldn’t support the 265,000 workers, 70,000 residents, and 100,000 daily visitors to downtown Seattle with the City’s planned Center City Connector project. 581 more words