Commuter buses

Maryland provides information on bus congestion

The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDoT MTA) displays real-time bus congestion levels to passengers through the Transit app. The MDoT MTA says the feature updates information every 10 to 15 seconds, allowing passengers to receive up-to-the-minute information on total bus occupancy levels. The ministry describes the increase …

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Mayor Wu said she will know she was successful in transport when more people take the T with her

“Congratulations!” another person shouted over the rumble of the train. “I voted for you! another said. Getting more Bostonians to ride the T is critical to Wu’s success as mayor, she said. By the end of 2022, she’ll know she’s been successful if there are “more options for our families …

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Transit records: DART, MARTA, MBTA, Metrolink, San Diego MTS

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief On December 15, MBTA CEO Steve Poftak hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Chelsea Suburban Station with Massachusetts DOT Secretary and CEO Jamey Tesler and community leaders. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and a developer have teamed up to add a one-acre park near …

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Township Transit and Energy Corridor District Establish Pilot Commuter Bus Service

The Township of Woodlands, in collaboration with The Energy Corridor District, will launch a pilot commuter bus service effective January 4, 2022. The new service will depart from Sawdust Park and Ride and serve several stops along the Energy Corridor including Energy Center 1 and 2, Dairy Ashford at Shell …

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A Full Day of Exciting (Sort of!) Editing of Transportation News – Streetsblog New York City

This is our December donation campaign. Your donation helps us make important stories. So please click here or on the icon above. Yesterday was a huge day for mixed, disappointing and disappointing mixed transport news, so we’ll get to that after reminding you that this is our December donation campaign …

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U.S. Supreme Court rejects mandate challenge for airlift masks – JURIST – News

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Jr on Thursday rejected a request to block the current federal mandate for masks for U.S. airports and domestic air travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Michael Seklecki has filed a lawsuit in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia …

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Motorists return at a snail’s pace – Lowell Sun

Traffic in Boston, while still not at pre-pandemic levels, has rebounded enough this year for drivers to idle for 78 hours in traffic jams. That’s according to the INRIX 2021 Global Traffic Scorecard, which ranks Boston as the fourth most congested city in the country for the second year in …

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Tales of the T: a silver lining

In my last columnI spoke of the Silver Line, the black sheep of T. To recap: The Silver Line was designed as a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) – buses offering metro-like service using several key design features, including large capacity stations and dedicated stations. lanes. What we got instead was …

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Train bosses add more off-peak service to Northampton as passengers begin to return

Conductors are moving forward with plans to add more services between Northampton and London amid fears the return of face masks could hit passenger numbers again. The government announced earlier this week that anyone using buses or trains or entering shops must wear a face cover as new Covid-19 rules …

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Face masks on flights: TSA extends mask requirements on planes, trains, buses and airports until at least March 18

The Transportation Security Administration has extended its face mask requirement until at least March 18. “Following the order and the president’s announcement regarding efforts to combat the Omicron variant, the TSA, in collaboration with the CDC, will expand the face mask requirement for individuals across all networks. transportation throughout the …

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