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Dayton Doubts GOP Commitment To Solving Road-Fund Quandary

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Frustrated by a transportation plan stuck in neutral at the Capitol, Gov. Mark Dayton ramped up pressure Thursday on majority House Republicans to produce a viable alternative to his multi-billion dollar proposal for roadwork and mass-transit projects. 459 more words

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City Planning

(I think with my last post, I may have put the cart before the horse. Several friends have questioned why it wouldn’t be in our best interests to circumvent governments at various levels to provide better services to our citizens. 1,962 more words

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Sunday Funday: Epic Bus Ads

Because the bus ROCKS.

It’s Danish. Why am I not surprised? boy, I miss Denmark!

Sustainable Transportation

State of The Confluence and Request for Input

Yesterday, I locked myself out of my house. Yup, just pure stupidity. I picked up the wrong set of keys as I was leaving and checked them just as the door went *click!* behind me. 797 more words

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AC Transit Launching Double-Decker Bus Pilot Program, Passengers Ride Free

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – AC Transit on Monday will begin a three-week pilot program in which it will use a 42-foot-long, double-decker bus on selected longer routes in its service area in 13 cities and surrounding areas in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. 456 more words

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Boston, Guv Charlie Baker, and MBTA-MBCR

Some people elsewhere in the world might know (listening IOC?), but in case you don’t, the Northeast U.S. and, notably, the greater Boston, MA, area got slammed with unprecedented snow in the past few weeks. 896 more words

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