Tag Archives: transit

Top 5 Transit System Projects Worth Watching in 2016

Public transit systems in the United States are experiencing rapid growth of ridership and growing revenue predictions, although the funding to pay for improvements and keeping their systems in a state of good repair may not materialize.  With that said, most … Continue reading

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Travel for the Budget-Conscious

We all want to get away from the 9-to-5 and the daily grind, even if for a weekend if not a week or two.  The problem?  Not enough funds to really do what you want to do.  Sometimes, when we … Continue reading

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New Page: Road Travel Resume

In addition to the Transit Resume, I felt the need to put up a list of where I have driven around the country and in Canada.  I didn’t want this blog to be more about transit than travel, which I … Continue reading

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Delayed Because of Train Traffic

“Ladies and Gentlemen, we are delayed because of train traffic ahead of us. We apologize for any inconvenience.” This is quite the loaded phrase, and many people hear it, on non-tech trains and tech trains alike, but more so on … Continue reading

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Please Use All Available Doors

This is a phrase used by subway conductors very often to let passengers know that the train doors are about to close and you need to be either on or off the train.  Most subway trains in New York City … Continue reading

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