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Audit: Unit inspecting Mich. school buses understaffed
Review says state inspectors relied too heavily on school districts to say problems were fixed       
-1 points by The Detroit News | School bus Bus Michigan Lansing Michigan Kalamazoo Michigan School Michigan State University Truck
Audit: Unit inspecting Michigan school buses understaffed
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - An audit says the Michigan State Police division that inspects school buses is understaffed and has failed to ensure problems are fixed. The Michigan Office of the Auditor General looked at the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, which keeps tabs on the condition of thousands of ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Michigan School bus Bus Kalamazoo Michigan Lansing Michigan School Michigan State University Truck
Bus-lorry collision in Chittagong leaves one dead, 25 injured
A man has been killed on the spot and at least 25 others injured after a collision between a bus and an octane-carrying lorry in Chittagong's Sitakunda.
153 points by | Bus School bus
Bus trips off to rocky start for North Hills schools
North Hills School District administrators described it as the “perfect storm.”
43 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Bus Public transport Road High school Minibus Bus stop Bus transport School bus
Transit authority adds bus route, changes service on 27 others
Find out if your trip will be affected beginning Nov. 6
14 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Southern United States Bus Bus rapid transit Taxicab Public transport Double-decker bus Buses Minibus
5-year-old boy missed first day of school after being left on bus

165 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | School bus The Doors Bus Berks County Pennsylvania Transport Bus transport
Penny for your thoughts? Spilled coins from crash clog I-95N
Cleanup crews were removing thousands of blank copper pennies from the highway Thursday.       
532 points by USA Today | Road The Road Wilmington Delaware Bus Lane Traffic Arterial road Brandywine School
The party may soon be over for party buses full of rowdy patrons
An incident between passengers on two party buses has prompted Ald. Brendan Reilly, to draft an ordinance to make operators crack down on such antics.
211 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Police Police brutality Constable Bus
Central Arkansas agency gets federal funding for bus service
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A central Arkansas agency is receiving more than $1.6 million in federal funding to improve bus services. The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration announced on Thursday nearly $211 million in funding nationwide as part of its bus and bus facilities grant program. The ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Public transport Bus Natural gas Public transport bus service Transport Bus stop Washington D.C. Arkansas
RTA millage supporters get out the vote in Ferndale
As campaign starts, advocates describe transportation challenges for disabled people and those trying to get to work.        
183 points by Detroit Free Press | Bus Public transport Metro Detroit Commuter rail Rapid transit Oakland County Michigan Michigan Transit police
Pa. boy, 5, misses 1st day of school after being left on bus
A 5-year-old Berks County boy missed his first day of kindergarten this week after he was left on a school bus for about four hours.
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Berks County Pennsylvania School bus Abuse Broadsheet Bullying Left-wing politics Bus Amity Township Berks County Pennsylvania
San Francisco to install mini Bay Bridge bus ramp
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A miniature version of the Bay Bridge will soon serve as part of a San Francisco bus ramp. The San Francisco Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/2bVcNO7 ) that the small version of the bridge's eastern span will cost $22 million and allow buses to drive directly between the ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | San Francisco San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge Golden Gate Bridge Suspension bridge Bridge Public transport Bus English-language films
Deputies: Charleston County school bus in hit-and-run
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Charleston County deputies are investigating after a school bus was involved in a hit-and-run accident. Sheriff's spokesman Major Eric Watson says the bus was taking students to West Ashley High School about 7 a.m. on Thursday when the bus was sideswiped by a dump truck that ...
1 points by The Washington Times | English-language films High school School bus Charleston South Carolina South Carolina Bus American films Washington D.C.
St. Vrain school bus driver pleads guilty to careless driving 1 year after crash
A former St. Vrain Valley School District bus driver arrested last year on DUI, vehicular-assault and child-abuse charges following a crash west of Lyons pleaded guilty in Boulder District Court on Wednesday to careless driving.
1 points by The Denver Post | Colorado University of Colorado at Boulder Criminal law School bus Colorado State University Bus Lawyer Colorado River
Missing 5-year-old found in bus, Omaha authorities say
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Omaha authorities say a missing 5-year-old boy has been found locked in a school bus. Samuel Van Tha Bik was found about 9 p.m. Wednesday, five hours after his scheduled release from classes at Field Club Elementary School. It's not clear whether the boy had any ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | English-language films School bus Bus Minibus Primary school Primary education The Washington Times Elementary school
Brooklyn-Queens BQX trolley has overwhelming support: poll
The $2.5 billion route would run through more than a dozen neighborhoods between Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and Astoria, Queens.
288 points by Daily News | Bus Rapid transit Sustainable transport Train Tram Trolleybus Queens Public transport
Havre de Grace council agrees to apply for funding for trolley-bus, downtown signs
The Havre de Grace City Council has agreed to apply for state grants to fund a proposed a downtown trolley-bus system and to erect more visitors signage. The council approved two resolutions Tuesday night allowing the city to apply for Department of Housing and Community Development funding for...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Tram Bus Trolleybus Rapid transit Councillor Harford County Maryland Tram accident Tourist trolley
MTA to close 3 Brooklyn R train stations for 6-month renovations
Three R train stations in Brooklyn are getting makeovers this year, and it'll force riders to use other stops for six months, the MTA said.
-1 points by Daily News | Public transport New York City Subway Bus Train station Minibus Transport Tram New York City
Ride-hailing apps are killing taxis. Is public transit next?

-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Bus Public transport Bus stop Sustainable transport Public transport bus service Public transport timetable Rapid transit
Metro board latches on to wheelchair securing issues
Concerns over properly securing wheelchairs and passengers leads Metro to prepare upcoming discussion of how to better train bus operators and eliminate growing concerns voiced by disabled riders
-1 points by The Houston Chronicle | Public transport Bus Wheelchair Disability Bus stop Board of directors Public transport timetable Transit police
1 dead, 1 critical in crash with city of Oklahoma City bus
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Authorities say one person is dead and a second was critically injured when the vehicle they were in collided with a city of Oklahoma City bus. Fire Battalion Chief Benny Fulkerson says the crash occurred Friday northwest of downtown Oklahoma City. Police at the scene told ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Bus Automobile English-language films Oklahoma City Truck Vehicle Diesel engine Devon Tower
Girl, 11, seriously hurt after struck by school bus in Brooklyn
A yellow school bus struck and seriously injured an 11-year-old girl as she crossed a Brooklyn street Wednesday afternoon, police said.
9 points by Daily News | School bus School bus yellow Bus School School buses Brooklyn Road Basketball
Children OK after school bus strikes pickup in central Las Vegas
A crash involving a school bus and a truck has lanes closed near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Washington Avenue Wednesday morning.
3 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Road Bus London Lane Martin Luther King Jr. Traffic Public transport Criminal Investigation Department
Man fails to win woman’s heart by throwing his dog at her
Sometimes people have a funny way of showing they like someone. Case in point? This Florida man who threw his dog out a car window at woman he thought was attractive. Howard Van Sweringen, 41, is facing charges of aggravated battery after ramming into the woman’s truck, and tossing his dog through his car window to...
295 points by New York Post | Automobile Truck Lakeland Florida Van Polk County Florida Debut albums Bus Vehicle
Tour bus crashes in Taiwan, killing at least 32
TAIPEI (Reuters) - At least 32 people were killed when a tour bus crashed near Taipei on Monday night, with television footage showing the bus careening toward a road barrier before flipping on its side.
-2 points by Reuters | Reuters Thomson Reuters News agency Bus News Han Chinese Taiwan CNN
Huntington Park councilwoman's consulting business raises questions about possible conflicts of interest
Karina Macias said she saw a business opportunity shortly after being elected to the Huntington Park City Council. She decided to become a political consultant and parlay her connections throughout the community to help raise campaign contributions for other aspiring candidates.  So far, she’s...
560 points by Los Angeles Times | Bus Public transport Bus stop Political campaign Bus transport Political corruption Minibus Trolleybus
Tyson Beckford’s nephew told cops to kill him after MTA bus crash
The nephew of Tyson Beckford wanted cops to kill him after realizing he’d gotten into an accident that left an MTA bus driver dead.
53 points by Daily News | Tyson Beckford Supreme Court of the United States Miranda v. Arizona Bus Bus transport Murder Criminal law Court
Randallstown Elementary school bus crashes head-on Thursday morning
Two children suffered minor injuries when their school bus crashed head-on with another car Thursday morning in Randallstown, Baltimore County officials said. The bus was carrying 23 students to Randallstown Elementary School when it crashed shortly before 11 a.m. in the 3800 block of Offutt Road,...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Bus Baltimore Baltimore County Maryland School bus Primary school Randallstown Maryland Primary education Matrix
De Blasio urges New Yorkers to stay off the roads
Mayor de Blasio said on Thursday the city has about 2,300 vehicles plowing and encouraged people to use mass transit so the trucks can continue to clear the streets of snow. He said the Department of Sanitation is “off to a strong start,” adding they’re “dealing with usual intense conditions.” In the past two hours,...
18 points by New York Post | Automobile Water Precipitation Bus Snow LaGuardia Airport Transport
CDOT commissioner worries state-funded bus service for I-70 ski areas leaves Steamboat, others out in the cold
The chairwoman of the State Transportation Commission thinks a new state-funded bus service catered mostly to skiers traveling to resorts along Interstate 70 leaves Colorado’s more isolated resort destinations out in the cold.
10 points by The Denver Post | Express bus service Bus Colorado Transit bus Minibus Bus rapid transit Public transport bus service City council
Teen charged with stealing school bus
LYNN HAVEN, Fla. (AP) - Authorities say a Florida Panhandle teen is facing charges after stealing a school bus over the weekend. The Panama City News Herald (https://goo.gl/RCYi4a) reports that the 17-year-old boy was arrested Saturday night in the Bay Haven Charter Academy bus. Lynn Haven police say an officer ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Bus Florida Panhandle Weekend Workweek School bus Saturday Miles per hour Road
16 travel options for skiers who don’t want to drive to Colorado’s slopes
A new online guide, put together by the CoPIRG Foundation and Snowriders International, was announced Tuesday and includes information about 16 ways to get to ski country without driving. Those options include trains, buses, ride-share services and shuttles from Denver International Airport.
342 points by The Denver Post | Colorado Glenwood Canyon Summit County Colorado Colorado municipalities Ski areas and resorts in Colorado Bus Denver Denver International Airport
California school bus crash critically injures student
LANCASTER, Calif. (AP) — A school bus and car crashed in California, toppling the bus onto its side and critically injuring two people, including a student Tuesday, authorities said.
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | Palmdale California Lancaster California Southern California Mojave Desert High school Bus Antelope Valley City status in the United Kingdom
Georgetown men’s basketball team involved in bus crash
Georgetown's men's basketball team was involved in a crash on Monday while traveling to Pennsylvania to play Villanova.
5 points by The Denver Post | Basketball Georgetown University Maryland Philadelphia Baseball Bus Crash Big East Conference
Minor injuries reported in Lancaster school bus collision
LANCASTER, Calif. (AP) - The California Highway Patrol says minor injuries have been reported following the crash of a school bus and another vehicle in Lancaster. CHP Officer Chris Baldonado says the collision was reported at 7:17 a.m. at an intersection on the east side of the desert city. Baldonado ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | California Highway Patrol English-language films Rain shadow Bus Antarctica Mojave Desert Death Valley Colorado
Two people critically injured in school bus crash
Two people suffered serious injuries early Tuesday when a school bus slammed into a pole after colliding with a car in Lancaster, fire officials say. Authorities received reports of a collision between a school bus and a vehicle in the area of  20th Street and Lancaster Boulevard at 7:16 a.m.,...
-2 points by Los Angeles Times | Los Angeles County California Bus Automobile Injury Transport San Bernardino County California Truck Vehicle
U46 bus drivers, teachers protest outsourcing proposals
School bus drivers and teachers in School District U46 joined together in their most visible attempt yet to show displeasure over talks of moving about half the bus routes to an outside busing provider. Jobs and student safety are at risk with a possible move, ralliers said Monday evening. Dozens...
309 points by Chicago Tribune | School bus Bus Education Minibus Road Buses
Police to monitor school buses after deadly Tennessee crash
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) - Police officers plan to follow and ride Hamilton County school buses at random after a bus crash killed six students in November. According to the Times Free Press (http://bit.ly/2jVDUla ), the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Hamilton County Sheriff's Office and Chattanooga Police announced plans Monday to ride ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Tennessee Chattanooga Tennessee English-language films Police Constable School bus Bus Vehicular homicide
Damen entrance to IMD Blue Line station closed for construction
The Damen entrance to the Illinois Medical District CTA Blue Line station on the Near west Side will be closed for construction for three months.
-2 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Blue Line Bus Chicago 'L' Brown Line Accessibility Chicago Transit Authority Wheelchair Public transport
Guide to getting around SEPTA's Market-Frankford car shortage
Frequently asked questions about SEPTA's latest headache.
-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Market–Frankford Line SEPTA 15th Street Public transport bus service Tram Broad Street Line Bus Public transport
What’s the best way to get from Concord, N.H., to NYC?
With a new bus line about to deliver passengers direct from Concord to New York City, travelers are suddenly confronted with the question: What’s the best way to get to the Big Apple? Whether by car, bus, train or plane, each mode has its ups and downs. You’ll never have more freedom than if you dri...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | New York City Public transport Taxicab Bus Truck Train Manhattan Carriage
Shortage of Philadelphia transit cars expected due to cracks
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Philadelphia area's main transit agency says there will be a temporary shortage of rail cars during peak hours following the discovery of cracks in the support beams of two cars. The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority said a crack was found on a main load-carrying beam on ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Transport Automobile SEPTA Vehicle Philadelphia Market–Frankford Line Bus Pennsylvania
Alianna's last journey down Kinsman Road offers lessons in the dark: Phillip Morris
Alianna DeFreeze went missing on a dark Kinsman Avenue where many children continue to find their own way to school. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The light from Marshall's Barbershop flickers onto Kinsman Road at 4:30 most mornings. The shop is known for catering to men who want a haircut or shave before the sun comes up. The late Congressman Louis Stokes was a regular. The rest of the Mount Pleasant neighborhood is not so bright or inviting in the pre-dawn hours. Diagonally across Kinsman Road stands the former St. Cecilia Church, a parish that catered to inner-city Catholics for nearly a century until its membership tanked and Bishop Richard Lennon closed it in 2010. The street corner of the darkened building, since repurposed into a non-denominational church, hosts an RTA bus stop. That is where the beginning of the end started for Alianna DeFreeze, 14, whose body was found three miles away in an abandoned house last Sunday. Christopher Whitaker, a registered sex offender, was arrested Thursday and charged with her murder. Troubling questions now confront the city. How did Alianna go missing at a busy intersection in the shadow of Cleveland Police Fourth District headquarters? How can we better protect our children as we send them off to schools in neighborhoods where predators lurk and danger constantly fills the streets? Alianna's murder is a jarring wake-up call that comes at the cost of a teen's life. We know how her tragic story ultimately ends. Now we must determine how it began two Thursday mornings ago, and what lessons we can learn. We know that Alianna's final trip down Kinsman was in the dark aboard an RTA bus. What did she see? Who saw her? Was she ever really safe during any part of her journey to school? I rode the No. 14 RTA bus early Thursday morning, and walked along Kinsman Road and Union Avenue to try and get a sense of what Alianna's final pre-dawn ride and walk might have been like. I was stunned and worried by what I saw: a large number of children moving about. Unescorted children. These children, even the larger ones, were easily identifiable by their book bags, the way they talked, or their plastic RTA bus passes, which some of them wore around their necks. A week earlier, Alianna was one of those children. She boarded the No. 14 bus just after 6:30 a.m. on her way to E Prep & Village Prep Woodland Hills, a high-performing charter school. It's a 15-minute RTA ride that took her through the heart of a still-darkened neighborhood filled with beauty salons, social service agencies, collapsing buildings and churches -- lots of churches. She got off the bus at East 91st Street, near Union Avenue, and quickly went missing. A week later, in the wake of her highly publicized kidnapping and murder, countless children still were boarding public transportation or walking along the darkened streets without chaperones. Why? I wasn't the only one pondering that question. "I am surprised at the number of children I see out here by themselves. I'm keeping an eye on them," said Charles Lewis, who works for One Six Security, which provides security for some Cleveland charter schools. "If I see a child who's acting nervous or just has an uncomfortable look, I will walk with them and make sure they're OK. But as long as they're laughing and acting like children, I'll just keep an eye on them and make sure they get to where they need to go." Lewis was standing down the street from the Fourth District police station when we spoke Thursday. He said he was moved to the Kinsman and Union Avenue intersection near Alianna's school after she went missing. He now spends at least four hours a day watching for children as they transfer from the No. 14 bus and get onto the No. 10 (the route that Alianna took before she went missing). But why do we wait before we act? Why do we reassign professional crossing guards and child protectors like Lewis to dangerous intersections after a life has already been snatched? How many more dangerous sexual predators walk among us? How do we intend to protect our children from them? This city must address those questions now and in the coming mayoral election. How can we continue to push school reforms, when the path to the schoolhouse door is fraught with danger? Cleveland has lately been heralded as a city brimming with comeback stories and economic potential. We hosted a highly praised Republican National Convention, and our sports teams have generated a form of social currency that is good for the hospitality industry and some downtown development. What does it all mean if a seventh grader can't ride a bus safely to school? The city and its schools have a primary role to play in protecting the young after they leave the safekeeping of their parents. But so do neighborhood anchors. The number of darkened churches that Alianna passed on her final morning led me to ask what some might consider an unfair question. What if the Mount Pleasant churches along Kinsman Road turned on their lights each morning when children headed off to school? Would it help? Would it cause a predator or any other criminal to think twice before striking? Maybe it does take a lighted village of churches to help guide a child -- especially in dangerous hours before dawn. Alianna's final journey down Kinsman Road started next to a dark church, across the street from a well-lit barbershop. The barbershop is considered a neighborhood anchor and a safe place. Then the girl's life journey was brutally interrupted near an intersection in which she should have been safe. Every neighborhood has a stake in protecting its young. It's a matter of wanting and finding a way to make a difference. That is one of the necessary and painful lessons of Alianna's death.
210 points by The Plain Dealer | Public transport Bus stop Bus Road Charter school Sex offender Bus transport Street
Cleveland's Public Square debate enters the national spotlight
Cleveland's decision to ban buses from Public Square has attracted national scrutiny. CLEVELAND, Ohio - Mayor Frank Jackson's decision to ban buses in Public Square has caught the attention of a national public transit planning consultant. Jarrett Walker, who has designed transit networks all over the world, today wrote a blog post entitled, "How (Not) to Wreck Your Transit System" highlighting the local debate. "Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson has announced that new bus lanes that were designed into city's main square will be closed to buses, thus choking the bus system's circulation at its very heart," Walker writes. Please share this with the downtown business leaders in your life. https://t.co/JYY5v9AV4t -- Jarrett Walker (@humantransit) February 3, 2017 He was alerted to the Public Square debate by a story this week in Citylab detailing the unresolved situation in the square. The Cleveland situation represents a theme he sees repeated across the world as cities struggle to support public transit.   "This is an instance of a general problem, which is the tendency of the decisions about the functions of transit to be based on how the transit looks rather than the rights and needs of the citizens who use it," Walker said during a phone interview Friday. "I think that's a problem that runs across a range of different civic interests." In his piece, Walker discusses how cities often try to remove transit from the public eye in order to serve the aesthetics of a planned space like Public Square, which recently underwent a major renovation. In closing Public Square, people say Mayor Jackson forgot about them "Downtown business leaders, you have a critical role in shaping your transportation future," Walker writes. "The most critical decision you make is whether to risk letting downtown succeed as a city, a place where everyone has a right to be, and move and be safe, as opposed to trying to replicate the controlled experience of a shopping mall, where unwanted people can be easily removed." The Plain Dealer sent a copy of Walker's article to City Hall but Jackson's administration declined to comment on it. Dan Williams, media relations director for the city, said the administration had not seen the article and did not want to comment.  The city, which first closed Public Square to buses on Aug. 1, currently has the bus lanes through the square blocked by traffic signs. That closure of the stretch of Superior Avenue that runs through the square has caused debates among the local community about the importance of transit in the city.  RTA completing safety analysis on Public Square
285 points by The Plain Dealer | Bus Frank G. Jackson Public transport bus service Public transport English-language films Sustainable transport Bus stop London
Horrifying collision of train & bus captured on camera (GRAPHIC VIDEO)
Dramatic footage has captured the nerve-shredding moment a bus veered off road and smashed into a train in Texas. Three people were injured in the collision, while the driver was brought to the hospital in a critical condition. Read Full Article at RT.com
29 points by Russia Today | Public transport Rail transport Locomotive Road Bus Rail tracks Train Automobile
Shadow-boxing attack that killed Bronx man was 'unprovoked'
Bakary Darboe was at the wrong place at the wrong time — and it ended his life.
3271 points by Daily News | Boxing Death Elevators Bus Elevator Beat Generation Counterweight What Happened
Officials: Driver tried to run into transit agency officer
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Authorities say an investigation is underway after a police officer for the Buffalo-area public transit agency fired at a car whose driver allegedly was trying to run him over. Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority officials say one of the agency's officers stopped a car Thursday for parking ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Public transport Transport Bus English-language films Automobile Transit police Bus stop Sustainable transport
Sex offender charged in slaying of Cleveland teen Alianna DeFreeze
Christopher Whitaker, 44, is charged with aggravated murder in the death of 14-year-old Alianna DeFreeze. Christopher WhitakerCleveland police  CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The South Euclid man arrested Thursday in connection with the slaying of 14-year-old Alianna DeFreeze has been charged. Christopher Whitaker, 44, is charged with aggravated murder. He is expected to make his first court appearance on Saturday.   Officials have not said how Whitaker killed Alianna. The Cuyahoga County Medical ruled that she died from "multiple injuries."  Whitaker, a convicted sex offender, is accused of killing Alianna, who had mental disabilities, as she transferred busses on her way to E Prep and Village Prep Woodland Hills Campus on Jan. 26. She boarded a bus about 6:45 a.m. that day and surveillance video showed she got off the bus on East 93rd and Kinsman. She walked west towards a McDonald's but never went into the restaurant. She wasn't seen again until about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, when Cleveland police officers scoured the neighborhood trying to find her. They found her dead in an abandoned building in the 9400 block of Fuller Avenue. The medical examiner, who believed the body belonged to Alianna, was unable to positively identify for three days until they matched up her dental records, the medical examiner said.  In a Facebook post, Alianna's school remembered her as a "gentle, kind and beautiful person-- inside and out. She has a smile that can light up a room and a giggle that is contagious." Whitaker served four years in prison for a 2005 sexual battery and felonious assault conviction.  He also has prior convictions dating to 1996 for aggravated theft, burglary and criminal trespassing. To comment on this post, please visit our crime and courts comments page. 
1364 points by The Plain Dealer | Criminal law Crime Cuyahoga County Ohio Assault Murder Bus Legal terms Conviction
Two Harford school buses involved in minor accidents Tuesday
Two Harford County public school buses were involved in separate minor accidents a few minutes apart on Tuesday afternoon, according to police, fire and school officials. The first accident was reported at 3:53 p.m. in the 1500 block of Barrett St., which is just outside the Havre de Grace city...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Harford County Maryland Constable Havre de Grace Maryland Chesapeake Bay Aberdeen Maryland Sheriff Bus Susquehanna River
RTC looks to $1.9M study for Southern Nevada high-capacity transit options
A $1.9 million contract was awarded to a team of transit experts who will develop a “high capacity transit plan” aimed at relieving congestion in Southern Nevada, including a light rail route that could connect McCarran International Airport, the Strip and downtown Las Vegas.
50 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Tram Bus Light rail Rapid transit Las Vegas Nevada Bus rapid transit Public transport Trolleybus