Public transit

How to Find Public Transportation in Sacramento and NorCal

EDIE: NOW LOOK AT THE SOARING GASOLINE PRICES. OIL PRICES HAVE DECLINED TODAY. BUT THE PRICES WE SEE AT GAS STATIONS CONTINUE TO RISE AS PER AAA, THE AVERAGE PRICE IS NOW $5.57 PER GALN. THAT’S $0.13 MORE THAN YESTERY.DA AND $0.83 MORE THAN LAST MONTH. DIESEL PRICES HAVE TRIMMED …

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Public transit obtains $3.7 billion to attract users | News

WASHINGTON (AP) — As cities seek to fully reopen, transit systems scramble to win back ridership after being crushed by the COVID-19 pandemic are getting a big financial boost to stay afloat and invest in new fleets of electric buses. The Biden administration said Monday it was giving $2.2 billion …

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How Seattle plans to become the next 15-minute city

Seattle is looking to follow other cities around the world in becoming healthier and greener and reducing the number of cars in the city. Cities around the world are looking to transform. They are on a quest to become healthier, greener and more vibrant. The collapse of the Rust Belt …

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Chicago’s latest index shows lingering concern over public safety and public transportation

Responses were statistically reweighted to account for lower response rates among women, renters, people of color, and youth, as well as higher response rates among downtown and north side residents. the city. For this quarter’s survey, the precision of the survey sample is +/- 3% and for time trends, +/- …

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What this means for Drexel

Summary New cases of COVID-19 continue to decline in the Philadelphia area. The City of Philadelphia has announced relaxed guidelines on indoor masking. However, indoor mask-wearing will continue on the Drexel campus this quarter, until the end of finals week on …

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St. Lawrence County Transit Route #71 to resume March 7 | St. Lawrence County

TOWNSHIP — Bus route No. 71, which was suspended in August by St. Lawrence County Transit, is scheduled to resume operations on Monday, March 7. “Route 71 is one of our transit routes,” said Michelle I. Quinell-Gayle, director of community relations and business development for Arc Jefferson-St. Lawrence, which owns …

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Subways as shelters | Planetizen News

“As Russian forces launched multiple missiles at the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on the night of February 23, thousands of citizens hunkered down in subway stations,” writes Camille Squires, world cities reporter for Quartz. On Thursday, February 24, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko imposed a curfew and halted public transport so …

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Free bus rides for children and teens to be made permanent – ​​Orange County Register

A trial offering free bus rides to children and teens in Orange County will remain permanently, the county’s transit agency said, after the six-month-old pilot saw ‘success’ in bringing the young people to travel. Passengers ages 6 to 18 can travel on any Orange County Transportation Authority route, as long …

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Indoor mask requirements end March 13, but not at City Hall or on public transit

A citywide mask mandate relaxes on March 14. A city employee is seen in a mask outside on January 29. (Photo: Tyler Motes) Cambridge is lifting its mask requirement for indoor public places from 11:59 p.m. on March 13, crediting “a steady decrease in reported cases, test positivity and detection …

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Montreal’s inspector general castigates the STM for bus garage contracts

Breadcrumb Links Local News The transit agency defended its actions, saying it saved more than $2 million in public funds. Author of the article: Marianne Scott • Montreal Gazette “The STM acted in the interest of the project and with a view to ensuring the sound management of public funds,” …

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Downtown businesses get a boost as indoor mask mandate eased

SAN DIEGO – The first weekend in two months without a mask mandate, there is more foot traffic and smiling faces in the Gaslamp Quarters. Downtown restaurant and store owners said business has been up since Governor Gavin Newsom lifted the indoor mask mandate on Wednesday. Under new state guidelines, …

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The cashless trend isn’t benefiting everyone — Voice of San Diego

Chaun Reynolds, 41, walks near his home in Imperial Beach on February 16, 2022. Reynolds uses public transportation but does not have a credit or debit card. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz Chaun Reynolds spent decades working as a cook in restaurants before injuring his back and ending up on …

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Project Funding Group of the Year: Nossaman

By Marco Poggio (February 16, 2022, 2:08 PM EST) – Nossaman LLP’s Project Finance Group has led major public infrastructure projects by clients including the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, earning the team a spot among Law360’s 2021 Project Funding …

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Masks will no longer be required in many places from Wednesday

Two months after it was put in place to handle the Omicron surge, California’s mask mandate drops at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, though face coverings are still needed in many settings, including schools, hospitals and public transport. San Diego County coronavirus numbers continue to prove the pandemic is receding. The daily …

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RIPTA celebrates Transit Fairness Day

February 11, 2022 1:36 p.m. (Photo courtesy of Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA)/Facebook) PROVIDENCE, RI (WLNE) – The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is celebrating transit fairness this Friday alongside climate and transportation organizations. Organized by the Labor Network for Sustainability, this initiative campaigns for accessible, green and …

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Elderly man hit by transit bus in Winthrop, police say

Authorities say an elderly Massachusetts man was seriously injured when he was hit by a transit bus on Wednesday afternoon in Winthrop’s Metcalf Square. bus as he walked down Winthrop Street and approached the intersection of Pauline and Hermon streets. “I’m not going to speculate on the circumstances of how …

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Ohio GOP’s Latest Redistricting Proposal Draws State Supreme Court Rejection Again: The Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022 Revival

Subscribe to Alarm Clock, cleveland.comThe free morning newsletter from , delivered to your inbox weekdays at 5:30 a.m. The day will start out cloudy but eventually the sky will clear up but the highs will remain in the upper 20s. Clouds will return overnight, with lows around 22 degrees. Read …

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Sonoma County supervisors merge real estate department into transportation and public works

Faced with the need to fill several high-level vacancies in county departments, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors is moving forward with a trial merger of the Department of General Services and the Department of Transportation and Public Works. The council voted unanimously Jan. 25 to place General Services, the …

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Community Briefings: February 4, 2022 | News

Public transport resumes on Saturday Transit officials announced Friday that after evaluating streets and general conditions, Danville Mass Transit will resume all regular services on Saturday. Also from Saturday until Saturday February 12, all DMT buses will be free. This includes all routes. Officials said they appreciate everyone’s patience as …

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Woodland City Council discusses new microtransit system – Daily Democrat

Woodland plans to create an on-demand point-to-point public transportation system similar to Uber Pool that would allow people to request rides instead of relying exclusively on fixed-route buses. The city has been working with the Yolo County Transportation District (YCTD) for the past eight months on proposals to implement a …

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CP&DR News Briefs February 1, 2022: CUSS Grants; San Diego Inclusive Housing; The developer is suing Alhambra, and more

$808 million in AHSC grants awarded to 37 projects statewideThe California Strategic Growth Council announced $808 million in funding for 37 affordable housing projects across the state under the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program, which aims to promote dense, focused development. on public transport and to reduce carbon …

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Silicon Valley Transit Agency adopts COVID vaccination policy for workers

January 28, 2022 Amid rising COVID-19 infections, VTA will require its 2,000 employees and contractors to be fully vaccinated by April 29. The transit agency, which hinted a vaccination policy was in the works last week, announced the mandate on Thursday. Employees who obtain an approved medical or religious exemption …

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Guest Editorial | State Legislators Must Seize Opportunity to Improve Public Transit in Pennsylvania | Editorials

The following editorial appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Tribune-Democrat. In Pennsylvania, the conversation around public transit often involves an awful lot of “remember when.” Remember when the Pennsylvania Railroad was the largest corporation in the world and paid dividends for 100 …

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Collier pushes for more bus routes across the county

NAPLES, Fla. — Soon it might be easier for bus riders to cross county lines. Collier County is leading a campaign to create a regional public transportation system. County officials say such a system would benefit Southwest Florida’s overall economy and infrastructure. Collier County Commissioners and Collier Area Transit are …

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Transit Riders Join Call for JFK Drive – Streetsblog San Francisco

The San Francisco Transit Riders asked Streetsblog to print their recent open letter to San Francisco officials endorsing their vision for a car-free JFK ride. Here is their policy statement/letter below, unedited: Dear Mayor London Breed, San Francisco Board of Supervisors, SFMTA Director Jeffrey Tumlin, SFMTA Board of Directors, SF …

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Transport Scotland charts new public transport systems as part of transition to net zero

Transport Scotland has announced it will develop an Edinburgh and South East Scotland public transport network and an Aberdeen rapid transit network, as well as the multi-billion pound Clyde Underground in Glasgow , as it envisions a cleaner, better-connected future. It just released its second Strategic Transportation Projects Review (STPR2), …

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Municipal transit receives major financial boost across province

Municipal transit across the province received a $375 million boost through the gas tax program. This boost was announced by Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation last week, and will help 109 municipalities operate and expand public transit. “Our government is committed to helping municipalities maintain and improve public transit across …

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Kathy Hochul announces ‘next phase’ of Brooklyn-Queens transit link

Governor Kathy Hochul’s plan to build a transit link between Brooklyn and Queens gained momentum on Thursday as she released an initial MTA study of the project. As part of this, an underutilized 14-mile freight line would be converted into a new “Interborough Express” service linking the neighborhoods of Brooklyn …

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Progressives should seek to ban parking minimums – Streetsblog New York City

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s political action committee, Courage to Change, released a new questionnaire for Council candidates that asks anyone seeking her endorsement to pledge to end single-family zoning and encourage the density and mixed-income development. Moving earned him accolades in the world of housing, and as a socialist colleague, I …

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Compulsory vaccination for commuters on public transport in Manila

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — People who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 were banned from riding public transportation in the Philippine capital region on Monday in a desperate move that sparked protests from labor and human rights groups. The vaccination campaign in the Philippines has been hampered by public hesitation …

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Miami-Dade Transit adjusts service due to COVID-19 – NBC 6 South Florida

The Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) is making temporary adjustments to some transit routes in light of the rapid spread of the omicron variant. The highly contagious omicron variant of COVID-19 has compounded the existing shortage of bus operators. In order to streamline service, DTPW will temporarily …

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Denver’s Union Station continues to face problems; what is the city doing about it

DENVER (KDVR) – FOX31 troubleshooters are following up on our detailed reports of the city’s cleanup efforts at Union Station in Denver. Last month, we told you how this iconic historical landmark became a place of littering, drug use and lawlessness. FOX31’s Joshua Short was there on Thursday and spoke …

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Federal Transportation Funding Will Help Save Lives, Reduce Severity Of Injury | News

Safety is vital to every transportation program and project – and a key part of the Oregon Department of Transportation’s strategic action plan. Much of the estimated $ 1.2 billion in additional funding for transportation en route to Oregon from the recently passed federal infrastructure investment and jobs act will …

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Let’s fight to keep FDR park wild

Most of the stories on this site are about facts and evidence; this editorial is about feelings. It’s about the feeling of peace I get when my dog ​​and I are the only ones in the grasslands of FDR Park hunting rabbits. It’s about the feeling of joy I get …

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Focus on Greenway’s anti-transit proposals – Santa Cruz Sentinel

There is an old adage “Don’t focus on what someone says, watch what they do.”Greenway says they want a trail. But at every public hearing on trail building, Greenway is there with delaying tactics and obstructions. Greenway only supports a trail as long as it is constructed in a way …

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Why did a violation of the state transport agency occur?

(TNS) – The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority data breach that compromised the personal information of thousands of officials raises many questions about state protocols for handling sensitive data, according to Senator Louis P. DiPalma, D-Middletown. Among them: Who within RIPTA received files containing personal information on state officials unrelated …

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2021 saw another wave of anti-Asian hate crimes on the subway

The number of reported anti-Asian incidents on the subway jumped last year, according to NYPD data, accounting for more than a third of all bias crimes in the system. Until the end of November – the latest figures provided by the Hate Crimes Task Force – 30 of 84 reported …

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Still no improved Mattapan forklifts nearly five years after announcement of $ 7.9 million investment in MBTA

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said in October that by the end of 2021, at least one newly renovated streetcar would run on tracks through Dorchester, Milton and Mattapan. Citing a long list of unforeseen obstacles, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the MBTA now estimates that the first refurbished Mattapan tram …

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Marina Times – Pandemic Decongestion

If you felt like you could get around the city a little easier last year than in previous years, here’s some data to back it up. The speed of automobiles on city streets has increased an average of 33 to 36 percent, reversing a declining trend in speed over the …

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Street Closures, Fireworks, COVID Rules & More – NBC Chicago

Thinking of going to Chicago for New Years Eve? There are some things you should know. A number of streets, sidewalks and bridges will be closed and the police presence reinforced in the city for New Year’s celebrations, the city said on Wednesday. As the city prepares to host its …

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Washington Joins 10 States for DUI New Years Patrols

WASHINGTON – Soldiers from Washington State will join their colleagues in 10 other states to conduct targeted patrols targeting impaired driving over the New Years weekend. The Western State Traffic Safety Coalition is undertaking the effort regional vacation for the third year in a row, aimed at increasing safety on …

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The companies hope that the parking lot can be restored on Hennepin Avenue. plan

Tom Skubal and Dani Rauton, who will run the future Uptown Café, agree with Minneapolis’ plan to rebuild Hennepin Avenue, but they have an ox. Current plans for the first major renovation of the busy thoroughfare in 65 years include dedicated bus lanes, a protected cycle path, wider sidewalks, and …

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“I would definitely support that” – Streetsblog Chicago

During the pandemic, at a time when many Chicagoans are experiencing economic and mental health crises, there has been an increase in violent crime on CTA, including increasingly frequent assaults on public transport workers. . This has led to demands that more be done to protect passengers and employees. Earlier …

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Commissioners face up to 2021 litigation | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – Trumbull County Commissioners have had one of their most controversial years in 2021, and the COVID-19 pandemic has nothing to do with it. The three commissioners argued verbally in meetings, accused each other and others in person and on social media, and quarreled over operational and legislative agendas. …

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DC Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate – NBC4 Washington

Washington, DC, has reinstated a mandate that masks must be worn in indoor public places amid a troubling increase in COVID-19 cases. The mask’s mandate went into effect at 6 a.m. on Tuesday and is expected to remain so at least until 6 a.m. on January 31, 2022, according to …

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Famous British architect Richard Rogers has died at 88

Richard Rogers, the British architect who helped change the look of modern cities by installing items such as elevators and air ducts on the outside of his buildings, has died at the age of 88. Rogers burst into the public eye in 1972 when work began on the Center Pompidou …

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Orchids and onions | News, Sports, Jobs

• ORCHID: to our first responders who see a continuous increase in the services they need to provide, but still manage to do it well. The Girard Fire Department, for example, said it handled 2,000 calls this year for the first time. Ten years ago, it handled half of that …

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CEO of SouthWest Transit to retire next year | Chanhassen Affairs

Len Simich, CEO of SouthWest Transit, has led the company since 1997. He is expected to retire early next year. Photo by Lydia Christianson Len Simich, who has run SouthWest Transit since 1997, plans to leave the public transport agency early next year. The agency, founded in 1986 by the …

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City and County Leaders Discuss $ 7 Extra Fee to Fund WAVE Transit

WILMINGTON, North Carolina (WECT) – For years WAVE Transit struggled with funding and in 2019 New Hanover County voted to terminate its contract with the bus system due to financial issues. Following this decision, city and county leaders came together to restructure WAVE, however funding remains an issue. Today, city …

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Construction of I-15 Las Vegas, California: When will I-15 be widened?

As travelers and truckers experience congestion on the I-15 between Las Vegas and Southern California during the holidays, they may or may not find relief in knowing that to get to family reunions and bowling alley. next year will be less frustrating. That’s when a temporary solution to widening a …

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Uber, Lyft too expensive at LAX? Taxi, bus and other options

Bomani Mintz walked out of baggage claim at LAX over Thanksgiving weekend and was greeted with sticker shock. Its five-mile Uber ride to Marina del Rey would cost $ 50. Then he noticed the unusually long lines for taxis. “The taxi market is making a comeback as Uber / Lyft …

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Maryland lawmakers pass bills approved in last session – CBS Baltimore

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland (AP) – The Maryland General Assembly voted to overturn more than 20 of Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes in a special session this week during its special session on redistribution. As lawmakers overturned Hogan’s veto on a redesigned map of Congress, here are some of the measures approved by …

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LACCD and LA Metro announce Fareless Transit GoPass for students

GoPass addresses transportation equity and increases access to higher education The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) this week launched the groundbreaking GoPass program for LACCD students, including those at West Los Angeles College in Culver City. All LACCD students will …

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Main Streets Pilot Project Results Show Public Transit Subsidies for Employees Increase Ridership and Reduce Financial Burden

The program offered up to $ 60 in credit for MBTA and Bluebikes passes to the first 1,000 enrolled employees who worked in five Main Street districts. The Boston Department of Transportation, in partnership with ideas42, released a report on the results of the Main Streets Free Transportation Pilot Project, …

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Orange Line BRT debuts along Interstate 35W, connecting Burnsville and Minneapolis

The section of Interstate 35W between Minneapolis and the southern suburbs of the subway has long been the busiest suburban corridor in the state. Improving the bus service along the artery has been the subject of discussion for decades, with little interest. But on Saturday, service began on the Orange …

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Genoa makes part of its public transport free

Genoa makes part of its public transport free With the aim of reducing car traffic, it becomes the first Italian city to try it Since December 1, all vertical transport and the Genoa metro are free. This is the first time that a large Italian city has tested such a …

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NTSB issues subway safety alert, defective wheel-to-wheel

The National Transportation Safety Board issued a safety alert to subway systems and commuter railways on Wednesday over an axle problem that led to a derailment in the nation’s capital, saying the fault is difficult to detect and potentially devastating. The investigative agency released a preliminary report of its ongoing …

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Lompoc Calls for Public Proposals on Transport Studies | Local News

Posted on November 29, 2021 | 7:57 p.m. The Town of Lompoc is soliciting ideas from community members on its plan to conduct grant-funded transportation studies and planning work along the North H Street (Hwy 1) and Ocean Avenue (Hwy 1) corridors ( highway 246). The city’s planning division and …

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Ben Edgerly Walsh: Regarding the Vermont Climate Council | Opinion

Global climate negotiations in Glasgow recently ended and the US Congress is negotiating the Build Back Better Act, which currently includes the largest investment in climate action in US history. Meanwhile, the Vermont Climate Council is working to implement Vermont’s first-ever climate action plan by December 1. As a global …

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A health official in the Saint-Louis region denounces the “lunatic fringe”

CLAYTON, Mo. Email in which suburban St. Louis public health official urged staff to ignore “whimsical fringe” as they work to fight COVID-19 sparks outrage from some elected officials . The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Dr. Faisal Khan, acting director of health for St. Louis County, also used Tuesday’s …

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Port Authority Announces Housing and Pedestrian Accessibility Plans for South Hills Junction Station | News | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP photo: Jared Wickerham The Potomac light metro station in Dormont Pittsburgh doesn’t have a lot of underground subway stations, but the city has plenty of surface transit stations for its streetcar and bus lines. And with some of the larger stations, the Allegheny County Port Authority …

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Meeting of the Commission on Human Rights on 23 November 2021 | Calendar | Human Rights Commission

Agenda First district: Howard Sapper (general officer), Kathleen Finigan, Omar Paz Jr. Second district: Elizabeth Escalante (vice-president), Isai Garcia, Iliana Madrigal Third district: Katrina Phillips (President), Isabel Lopez Fourth district: Paulina Lopez, Rosa Reynoza Fifth district: Lyndsey Burcina Staff: Meira Bowcut, administrative assistant The Human Rights Commission meeting on November …

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Don’t give up on the regional climate plan

Connecticut’s transportation system takes a toll on our health, climate, and economy. Today, most of us travel in gasoline-powered cars that emit air pollutants that harm public health and warm the planet. And we’re spending a lot of money doing it: Americans now owe a combined total of over $ …

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Public hearing is December 1, 2021 on proposed changes to WCCE transit schedules | By Joy Neilson

Washington County, WI – Changes are proposed for the 2022 transit schedule with Washington County Commuter Express (WCCE). Public comment on the proposed 2022 Washington County Commuter Express (WCCE) transit service reductions are welcome and will be heard at the Public Works Committee meeting on December 1, 2021 at 5:30 …

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MATA launches new curb-to-curb transit program – FOX13 News Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – If you don’t have a car, getting to places like work or a doctor’s appointment can be almost impossible in Memphis. If you live in an area where public transportation is scarce, this can make things even more difficult. That’s why the Memphis Area Transit Authority has …

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What the infrastructure bill means for North Carolina

RALEIGH, North Carolina – The $ 1,000 billion infrastructure bill that passed the House on Friday could mean billions in investment for North Carolina. This money will go to highways and bridges, public transit, broadband internet and improved water systems. What would you like to know Newly passed infrastructure bill …

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Johnson County Approves $ 15 Million Public Transit Improvements

OLATHE, Kan. – Johnson County bus lines will soon be upgraded. Johnson County Transit (JCT) received approximately $ 18.2 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds through the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security), the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act ( CRRSAA) and the American Rescue Plan. …

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Newark obtains transit village designation

October 22, 2021 Governor Phil Murphy and New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti today announced that the city of Newark has been designated as a transit village, making it the 34e municipality to be recognized since the start of the program in 1999. The state’s Transit Village initiative …

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California bills: Newsom lacks time to sign

Hello, California. It’s Thursday October 7th. Big decisions await Governor Gavin Newsom signs legislation at CSU Northridge to improve college affordability and increase access to higher education. Photo courtesy of the Governor’s Press Office T-minus three days. This is how much time Gov. Gavin Newsom has left to decide the …

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The wrong mask could prevent you from flying abroad

International travel has increased throughout 2021, and many countries have opened their borders to vaccinated travelers. But the coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing, so you’ll need more than just travel rewards if you’re planning to travel overseas anytime soon. From the second you arrive at the airport, until you exit, …

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Gottheimer accuses Pelosi, “far left” faction of House Democrats, of reneging on infrastructure deal

Representative Josh Gottheimer (D-Wyckoff) slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday night after siding with the progressive wing of the Democratic Party and postponing the vote on a bipartisan Billion Bill infrastructure dollars which included funding for the Gateway Tunnel project.“It is deeply regrettable that President Pelosi has failed to …

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RapidRide bus service expands to Seattle

RapidRide bus service expands to Seattle The Sound Transit Link light rail will open three new stations on Saturday morning, expanding service from Husky Stadium to Northgate. SEATTLE – This weekend marks huge milestones for transit in Seattle and beyond: the Sound Transit Link light rail opens three new stations …

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How To Fix Express Transit Vulnerability On Your iPhone

Photo: LightField Studios (Shutterstock) I love pay with my iPhone. I use Apple Pay in grocery stores, vending machines, and really nowhere else it is compatible. However, IIf you also use Apple Pay, be warned—a recently discovered security hole could allow hackers to steal straight into your mobile wallet, especially …

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Asheville City Council adopts urban core zoning initiative

At its September 28 meeting, Asheville City Council adopted a new Location Urban Form Code District. The city center rezoning initiative was managed by the Asheville Planning and Urban Design Department and was developed as a recommendation of the Comprehensive City Plan, Living Asheville. Urban centers aim to foster higher …

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Over 100 cases of COVID in GAPS since September 7, high school students may have to use public transport to get to school | Local

Positive cases do reflect community transmission figures, however, as Linn County reports around 500 positive cases per 100,000 people. While many quarantines have been implicated in these positive cases, contact tracing efforts with seating charts and timesheets have been used to keep quarantines as low as possible. Students and staff …

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San José city councilor Matt Mahan runs for mayor

San Jose council member Matt Mahan announced on Saturday that he is officially embarking on the race to become the city’s next mayor, on a platform he described as “a common sense revolution.” . San Jose council member Matt Mahan represents District 10, which represents the Almaden Valley region. He …

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WRTA bus lines returning to Warren and Lordstown, Ohio

WRTA established temporary fixed routes in Warren with a state transit grant, but those routes ended on September 10 when funding ran out. The authority has taken another bite to restore service to the Warren area, but it is making some changes. YOUNGSTOWN – The Western Reserve Transit Authority is …

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Pittsburgh officials unveil ambitious long-term transportation vision plan | News | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Image: Courtesy City of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Karina Ricks, director of the city’s mobility and infrastructure department, announced a 50-year mobility vision plan on Thursday, September 23, sharing the ambitious goals of the city ​​of Pittsburgh for public transportation. The long-term transportation plan includes …

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Connect Transit to reduce service due to driver shortage

PEORIA (Heart of Illinois ABC) – The Bloomington-Normal transit system is temporarily curtailing service starting next week due to a shortage of qualified bus drivers. Connect Transit announced Thursday that its Blue, Purple, Aqua, Orange and Silver bus lines will run hourly during rush hour instead of every half hour. …

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