Transportation Measures Defeated in Yesterday’s Balloting
While federal lawmakers in Washington continue to struggle to find new ways to invest in infrastructure, states and localities are going to their voters for help.
Why Isn’t the Transportation Sector More Engaged in Student Transportation?
The largest mass transit system in the country isn’t commercial bus, train, or air service — or even all those systems combined. The largest mass transit system includes 500,000 vehicles and transports 25 million passengers daily and it is yellow – National School Bus Yellow, to be precise.
Op-Ed: The Future of Transportation Is Unremarkable
Futuristic transportation modes would undoubtedly change the nature of transportation, but widespread implementation is not realistic. Too much attention on ultramodern technology in transportation distracts us from the mundane but crucial improvements that must be made to the existing system.
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@enotrans On 8/2 USDOT notified Congress that Sec. Chao has selected 10 projects to receive a total of $79mil grants https://t.co/K5B5mZYOP1
@enotrans Transit in Crisis: Who Should Pay for Upgrades – Riders, or Taxpayers? https://t.co/ip4CLbYn17
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