Public Transit Interest Index Page
another aspect of Bassett/Boynton On the Web
Rebels without a car
Living urban life without wheels and loving it
California Governor Sees an End to Freeway Building
Mass Transit Rules the Roads
Growth Surpasses Highway Use; DC Area Tops Average
Mass Transit Popularity Surges
Life in the Bus Lane: Learning to Enjoy a SEPTA Summer
Washington DC Metro area
D.C. Transit May Go Retro
Streetcar Revival Considered 40 Years After Departure
To Keep Up, Metro Wants $4.5 Billion
Rail Cars, Walkways, Tunnels on List
Glendening picks inner Purple Line; Duncan livid
the governor's decision delighted transit, environmental and Hispanic groups
Glendening Announces Purple Line Plans
Gov. Glendening said the inner route would run through a mostly low-income area that needs public transportation.
'Transit Initiative' Awaited Anxiously
Montgomery Roiled By Glendening Move
Bus Survey Shows Diverse Needs
riders want more frequent service, better on-time arrival and longer hours of operation
Metro's Spotless Image on The Line
Pulling Trash Bins Poses a Challenge
Metro, Md. Banking on Free Ride Offers
Officials Hope Weekend Suspensions of Transit, Bridge and Park Fees Will Boost Economy
Crowded Metro Looks at Short-Term Fixes
the rush-hour crush "is driving us to our capacity limits"
Metro Moves to Improve Rail, Bus Security
Transit System Already Has High Level of Protection From Attack, Officials Say
New Maryland Metro Route Down to 2 Choices
Options Are Slow Trolley Inside Or Fast Train Outside Beltway
In or out for Purple Line?
Transit is not just about moving people --
it is also about revitalizing older communities, moving those people out of poverty
Keeping Up With the Riders
transit ridership in the region grew by 13.2 percent last year, four times the national average
Postcards Push for Beltway Metro Line
members of the Sierra Club plan to pass out tens of thousands of postcards at Metro stations
Inside the Silver Coating, Whole New Look for Metro
first batch of 192 brand-new Metrorail cars -- with a new interior color scheme --
is undergoing final testing
For Some, Metro Has Become Part of the Family
It has been 25 years since the subway opened and 28 years since the Metrobus system was created.
Crowds Could Derail Decades of Progress
Daily ridership that today totals about 600,000 is going to double by 2025.
Far Beneath the Street, a 'Social Success'
Area's Diverse Ridership Finds Safety, Civility--Even Romance--on Subway Cars
Coming to a Curve: Region's Subway System Begins to Show Its Age, Limits
The Metro system has become a gathering place, a unifier, a matchmaker, a land developer, an economic power and a community planner.
Regionwide Bus Study
Beltway Transit Study
"People already know how bad things are.
What people don't know is how much worse it's going to get."
Duncan Celebrates Extended Bethesda 8 Trolley Hours
MDOT is paying for the cost of extending the trolley hours under the new State Transit Initiative
Metro Board Announces the Selection of the Silver Spring Transit Center Developer
"The success of Silver Spring's revitalization efforts hinges on accessible and efficient transit"
Groups Endorse Transit Incentives
Silverman wants to explore the possibility of free bus service in congested areas
Officials Declare Victory In Legislative Session
County officials said the state aid will allow them to expand the number of Ride On bus routes
and extend bus service hours.
Metro Takes Cities on Different Tracks
Stops Help Shape Bethesda, Silver Spring
Silver Spring Transit Effort Lauded by Politicians
Beating Beltway Traffic on the Bus
DUNCAN PROCLAIMS TRY TRANSIT WEEK IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY
CELEBRATES SILVER SPRING TRANSIT CENTER PROJECT
Montgomery County 2001 Transportation Budget Winners
Langley Park Bus Station Ousted From Strip Mall
Ride On will no longer be permitted to use the Hampshire Langley Shopping Center
Comments on Transit Center in Langley Park
from Action Committee for Transit, CASA of Maryland, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Washington Regional Network
Takoma Langley bus depot improvement sought
Trying to do right by a busy bus hub
RideOn fare cuts pass hurdle
Silver Spring transit center on track
Council, Duncan have different ideas for transit remedy
Bargain bus rides
Free ride? Cutting bus fares a popular plan in council
Local Transporation Innovators Honored at Awards Ceremony
Ride On bus survey targets future needs; passengers asked to participate
Maryland Leads the Way to Funding Metro's Next 25 Years
Maryland has made a commitment to doubling transit ridership over the next 20 years
Glendening Plans Fund for Transit
the state will beef up bus service in Montgomery and Prince George's counties
Maryland Going 'Beyond the Pavement'
1999 Maryland Transportation Plan
Links to Transit on the Internet
Action Committee for Transit
Montgomery County RideOn
Maryland Mass Transit Administration
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