public transit


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a public transportation system for moving passengers

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The Government of Canada is providing up to $50,000 through the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund for this project while the Corporation of the Town of Bracebridge is providing the remaining costs.
The new public transit inventor I'm impressed with is Richard E.
a time when many public transit systems offer few, if any, options.
moovel transit provides public transit mobile ticketing and payment solutions.
Whether public transit alarms are available to you depends on where you live, since the feature likely ties in to Google Maps' public transit directions, a feature first introduced in 2005.
Public transit receives 23 percent of all federal highway dollars but represents only 1 percent of all U.
Zachary Patterson, an assistant professor in Concordia University's Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment, with the help of colleagues at McGill University and Universite Laval, crunched the numbers to determine which people from Montreal are most likely to take public transit and which are more likely to drive.
The benefits of making a major commitment to building up and efficiently managing a larger and more comprehensive public transit network are many.
1 percent of jobs are accessible by public transit.
Designed for a range of readers, from public transit professionals to concerned citizens, Walker's text explores the nuances of how public transit works as an urban mobility tool and how it fits into the larger challenge of urban transportation.
Work on Transit Score is funded in part The Rockefeller Institute and third parties can add public transit information to their websites by embedding the solution into their site.
Since bids for a Dickinson Public Transit building came in about $270,000 over budget, the project will be delayed until next year.
High gasoline prices in 2008 led New Hampshire residents to use a record amount of public transit and to drive their cars a bit less, says an environmental group which claims that the state saved 545,000 gallons of gasoline in the process.
A report released Thursday by the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group highlights Eugene as one of 15 smaller cities across the country where motorists have saved big bucks at the gas pump by turning to public transit.
1401) that would enhance security requirements for public transit systems has been approved by the House of Representatives and has been referred to the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee.
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