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OH: Perry County Judge Pleads Guilty to Leaving Scene After Hitting COTA Bus

A judge who moves a drunken-driving trial from his courtroom to a high school each year as a lesson to students received a year's probation this morning after he pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident last year in Columbus. A charge against Perry County Court Judge Dean L. Show More Summary

WA: Feeling Flush? Find Bathrooms for Bus Drivers for $97,000

It's a job that might make you flush: Find easily accessible restrooms for Seattle-area bus drivers and get paid nearly $100,000 a year. Bus service provider King County Metro Transit is looking to hire a "comfort station coordinator,"...Show More Summary

MN: Green Line Trims St. Paul-to-Minneapolis Trip by Minutes

On Saturday, the Green Line officially gets three minutes faster. When the 11-mile light rail line from downtown Minneapolis to downtown St. Paul debuted on June 14, Metro Transit schedules predicted trips from Target Field Station to the Union Depot in St. Show More Summary

OK: Transit Systems a Boon for Many

Ki Bois Area Transit System's Tahlequah office is a busy place. A total of 19 drivers and 21 service vehicles transport an average of 550 people a day in Tahlequah. Each call goes through one central office. "We have three lines and they ring constantly," said Route Supervisor Terri Squyres. Several service routes are run by KATS in Tahlequah. Show More Summary

CA: Court Orders Work on Muni Streetcar Loop in Dogpatch Stopped

A state appeals court suspended construction work Tuesday on a long-planned Muni streetcar loop on Third Street in San Francisco's central waterfront area, a project that some neighbors say should be rerouted. The turnaround on the T-Third...Show More Summary

MO: Robber Uses Fake Gun to Take Cellphones, Computer From Victims at St. Louis Airport Metrolink Station

An East St. Louis man was charged Monday with robbing two people at a Metrolink station at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. Tommie C. Moore III, 28, of the 1400 block of North 45th Street, was charged with two counts of first-degree robbery and is being held at the St. Show More Summary

PA: Valley Public Transit Pioneer Honored for Years of Service

John "Chummy" Lignelli recalls the first meeting of elected officials from the Mon Valley to discuss public transit. It took place 30 years ago in Donora, where Lignelli was borough council president. He was elected mayor in 1993 and...Show More Summary

Rare fault found in one of two Qantas A330s in ‘near miss’

It was a case of more than two Qantas A330s inadvertently flying toward each other in airspace near Adelaide in a ‘loss of separation’ or near miss situation in 2013. According to the final report by the ATSB into that at the time high profile incident, one of those wide-body Airbuses had a malfunctioning TCAS [...]

The day the music stops in Tamworth for Qantaslink

Virgin Australia is starting Sydney-Tamworth turbo-prop ATR72 flights six returns weekly from 25 May.  Which means there goes the music, in the country and western capital of Australia, as far as Qantaslink is concerned. The town famous for its annual country music awards will undoubtedly become much cheaper to fly to as a result, and [...]

Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT)

The Kansas Department of Transportation manages highway, rail, air, bike/pedestrian and public transit transportation in Kansas.

Update on Metro’s TVM Trial

A while ago, King County Metro installed a TVM in the Westlake area, as part of a trial project. I asked Metro for an update, and spokeswoman Metro Rochelle Ogershock kindly sent me this response: The six-month pilot began in December and will continue through May. At the conclusion of the pilot, we’ll assess elements […]

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