Posts tagged with 'Red Line'
Putting the Public in Public Transit
Putting the Public in Public Transit
When we say “public transit,” we mean public in the sense that the government—actually usually a quasi-governmental special authority—runs the transit. I think it’s time to reclaim the other meaning of public transit. This is transit as a space where ...
Thoughts on the Metro Hearing
Thoughts on the Metro Hearing
For the liveblog that I’ll be commenting on, click here. Below are my random thoughts on the whole hearing. On one level, I feel silly writing anything at all. This was largely, as far as I could tell, Eleanor Holmes ...
Liveblogging the Metro Crash Hearing
Liveblogging the Metro Crash Hearing
Liveblogging below the fold
On Why I Need to Move into the City, or How Suburban Transit Failed Me
On Why I Need to Move into the City, or How Suburban Transit Failed Me
Americans are spending less time in roadway congestion on their commutes to work, according to the 2009 Urban Mobility Report published today by the Texas Transportation Institute. On average, “travelers spend one hour less stuck in traffic in 2007 than ...