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Public Transport May 2011 Archive

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Mundane But Important Transit Concept of the Day: The Layover Location

Friday May 27, 2011
The layover, or the amount of time between when the bus arrives at the end of one trip and before it leaves for the next trip, is an often ... Read More

Detroit: New Light Rail While Bus Service Is Being Slashed?

Tuesday May 24, 2011
For those of you who do not know, Detroit is farther along in the process of constructing a new light rail line on Woodward Avenue, the city's marquee street, ... Read More

New Crenshaw Corridor Controversy and Proper Stop Spacing

Thursday May 19, 2011
The Crenshaw Corridor is an approximately 10 mile long proposed north-south light rail line in the western region of Los Angeles. It's currently in the planning ... Read More

New Report on Transit Accessibility from the Brookings Institute

Sunday May 15, 2011
The Brookings Institute has published a very lengthy and comprehensive analysis of transit accessibility in America's 100 largest metropolitan areas. Interesting findings are as follows: 70% ... Read More

Update: the Federal Government Has Allotted $2 Billion More to High Speed Rail Projects

Saturday May 14, 2011
Federal Secretary of Transportation Ray Lahood has allotted the $2 billion of high speed rail money Florida rejected to other projects around the country. Please see here ... Read More

What Does the Conservative Party Victory Mean for Canadian Transit Systems?

Wednesday May 4, 2011
The issue of public transit was absent from the recent federal election as the parties focused on other issues. Considering the absence of the issue, what does yesterday's ... Read More

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