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Feb 23 2015

Wi-Fi for Riders on City Buses?

Wi-Fi for Riders on City Buses? Bus, Bus Stop, Transit, LADOT, OCTA, Wi-Fi, Connected, BRT

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) is now testing Wi-Fi on some selected routes in the city. In its effort to keep commuters connected, LADOT is monitoring the usage coverage, reliability and potential for this expansion.

Back in 2013, LADOT announced the proposed plan to bring Wi-Fi to the transit system. They...

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Feb 18 2015

Bike Racks Soon to be a Thing of the Past?

Are Bike Racks Soon to be a Thing of the Past? Bike Racks, Bike Shelters, Transit Shelters, Transit, Biking, Cyclist

Orignially Posted by Co.Exist

With more and more commuters forsaking their motor vehicles and joining the bicycle club, there seems to be more of a push to create bike shelters opposed to parking garages. In fact, out in Stockholm, there are future plans to build a biking garage instead...

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Feb 16 2015

Is Uncle Sam History?

The Uncle Sam Bus Stop May Be History. transit, transit shelters, Bus Stop, Uncle Sam Bus Stop, CDTA, Temple University

Originally published by Kenneth C. Crowe II of Timesunion.com

Last Friday, a Temple University study for a new transit center was awarded a $10,000 grant by the Troy Local...

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Feb 13 2015

Student Designed Bike Racks Hitting the Streets of Dowingtown, PA

Student Designed Bike Racks Hitting the Streets of Dowingtown, PA, Bike Rack, Competition 2015, Dowingtown, Transit, Bike Racks, Cyclist, Borough

Originally posted by Ginger Dunbar of Daily Local News

In a student centered to raise awareness and promote sustainable transportation and safety for biking has given its young students the opportunity to design and create their very own version of a bike...

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Feb 09 2015

President Obama’s $4 Trillion Budget Proposal to Include $23 Billion DOT Operating Budget

President Obama’s $4 Trillion Budget Proposal to Include $23 Billion DOT Operating Budget, Transit, Transportation, FY2016, Budget Proposal, DOT, BRT, Bus Shelters

It has been just about a week since President Obama announced his FY2016 budget proposal. Ignoring budget gaps, he is proposing a record breaking $4 trillion dollar budget. With over 30 percent going to transportation, Obama feels America’s falling infrastructure is a top priority.

What could this mean for transit?

Soon, many may see mass improvements in transportation across the...

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