Reader Roundup: What the Demise of the Inter-city Bus Station Means for Passengers
Here are just a few of the horror stories we heard from readers who are struggling with the inter-city bus industry's latest push for "curbside" loading.
Bay Area Transit Agencies Struggle to Define a Vision for the Future
Leaders plan to put a regional tax measure on the ballot, but first they need to show what those taxes would do for the Bay Area transit system
Caltrans Approves $192M for Clean Transit
The money will be awarded from the state's Low Carbon Transit Operations Program (LCTOP), which is funded by California's cap-and-trade system.
Equity-Focused Projects America Needs Right Now
Advocates are handing their DOTs a list of transformative transit projects that could heal the harms of the past — and a list of boondoggles that deserve to be scrapped.
How Transit Saved Lives — And Became a Lifeline — During and After the Maui Fires
A Hawaii bus agency helped transport 42,000 people off the island in the wake of the most devastating fires in the state's history — and highlighted the critical role that shared modes can play not just in preventing climate-related disasters, but saving lives when they happen.
Op-Ed: Why Is Fare Evasion Punished More Severely than Speeding?
A.B. 819 offers California the opportunity to decriminalize fare evasion and replace punitive measures with more equitable approaches.
Opinion: How to Decide Between Light Rail and Bus Rapid Transit
What style of transit makes the most sense in a COVID-era world?
Opinion: Fights Over Fare Evasion Are Missing the Point
"To be clear, I'm not advocating for gate jumping. But I am advocating that we direct our attention to what truly matters."