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Blogs about Public transport

15 blogs about Public transport.

  1. AirlineReporter
    “A Place to Share Your Passion for Airlines. Home of the AvGeek!” By David Parker Brown, et al. 🇺🇸

    A Sun Country 737 Departs MSP on a frigid morning. – Photo: Nick Benson / Inaugurals, brand new airlines, airline sunsets, new planes, unique planes. What do these all have in common? They’re a …
    By JL Johnson, 369 words

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  2. Articulated Bus Error
    “Occasional thoughts on public transit planning and the software of access measurement.” By Matt Laquidara. 🇺🇸

    Exploring Exceptionality
    “KCM 6971 with Mariners advertising at Convention Place Station” by SounderBruce is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0. Whenever I talk about the way that I measure transit access, I run into a problem. The numbers …
    By Matt Laquidara, 167 words

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  3. The Beauty of Transport
    “Transport design, transport architecture, and transport's influence on art and culture. Part travelogue, part history, all transport (but sometimes tangentially so).” By Daniel Wright. 🇬🇧

    R.I.P. W.C. (1930s Southern Railway toilets, Havant station, Hampshire, UK)
    So farewell then, Havant station’s 1930s railway toilets. It is doubtful whether many passengers will mourn their loss, but they are another piece of railway heritage that has slipped beyond grasp. If you care about …
    By dwtransportwriting, 66 words

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  4. BusAndTrainUser
    “Journeys around Britain by bus and train.” 🇬🇧

    A community bus success story
    Tuesday 21st March 2023 It’s not often a locally based community led climate action campaigning group puts its money where its mouth is and starts up a brand new route to encourage motorists to leave …
    By BusAndTrainUser, 1,464 words

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  5. Caltrain HSR Compatibility Blog
    “This blog exists to discuss compatibility between HSR and Caltrain, integration issues, and the impact on adjoining communities.” 🇺🇸

    The False Choice of Link21
    Link21, the nascent megaproject to beef up the Bay Area's passenger rail network, features at its core a new underground transbay passenger rail crossing between Oakland and San Francisco. One of the major dilemmas facing …
    By Clem, 388 words

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  6. Cap'n Transit Rides Again
    “Here are some reasons to get people to shift from cars to transit….” 🇺🇸

    The 2021 farebox numbers
    Alexander asked on Twitter about the series of posts I did on farebox recovery ratios reported to the United States National Transit Database from 2007 through 2010. The Federal Transit Administration has continued to publish …
    By Cap'n Transit, 816 words

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  7. Daniel Bowen

    Moving footy crowds
    AFL opener at the MCG had a big crowd: 88,084 people. Here’s a quick timeline of the immediate period after the game, and the trains to the northeast. 21:54. Game finishes as scheduled 21:54. Scheduled …
    By Daniel, 709 words

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  8. Green Caltrain NEW
    “Friends of Caltrain Blog.” 🇺🇸

    BART Board workshop focuses on new funding, ridership regrowth
    In late February, the BART board held its annual board workshop. Major themes this year were financial stability and improving customer experience to regrow ridership. The need for a sustainable funding strategy including new funding …
    By alevin, 436 words

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  9. Human Transit
    “The professional blog of public transit consultant Jarrett Walker.” 🇺🇸

    Microtransit is Eating Science Fiction
    A while back I wrote about Ada Palmer’s glorious science fiction series Terra Ignota, which I really do recommend to anyone with the slightest interest in philosophy, politics, or history. But I called out one …
    By Jarrett, 1,100 words

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  10. London Reconnections
    “The leading source for independent news and analysis about transport in London and beyond. Award-winning coverage of transport infrastructure and politics alongside stories about the history of the Capital's transport networks.” 🇬🇧

    The Mysterious Case of the Gidea Park Shorts
    Just in case anyone thought this might be a whodunnit concerning a pair of minimal trousers, let it be known that its current use is to describe an apparently strange feature of the Crossrail timetable. …
    By Pedantic of Purley, 2,501 words

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  11. Melbourne on Transit
    “A blog about the service aspects of public transport in Melbourne, Australia.” By Peter Parker. 🇦🇺

    Our transport leaders: How can we learn their thinking?
    Do you know the name Paul Younis?If you don't recognise it, he's the secretary of the Department of Transport and Planning. In other words he is, on paper, our top transport bureaucrat. His roles include …
    By Peter Parker, 2,898 words

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  12. Pedestrian Observations
    “For Walkability and Good Transit, and Against Boondoggles and Pollution.” By Alon Levy. 🇫🇷

    New York Can’t Build, LaGuardia Rail Edition
    When Andrew Cuomo was compelled to resign, there was a lot of hope that the state would reset and finally govern itself well. The effusive language I was using at the time, in 2021 and …
    By Alon Levy, 1,503 words

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  13. Prince Street NEW
    By Chris Mears. 🇨🇦

    “See you at the Queen City Express”
    We often describe ourselves, in this hobby, as “lone wolves” because our vocabulary is biased toward narrating our experience in only terms of our output, the models we make and the stuff of our collections. …
    By Chris Mears, 50 words

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  14. round the rails we go
    “capturing Britain's railways, one station at a time.” By Scott Willison. 🇬🇧

    Enter The Gap
    This is a warning.If you come to this blog for railway-related reasons, this is about as good as it gets. I went to Long Buckby station and, because it is miles from anywhere, I didn't …
    By Scott Willison, 3,126 words

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  15. Traingeek – Trains and Photography NEW
    “I am a photographer who specializes in trains and grain elevators. I like to tell stories through my photos and my blog.” By Steve Boyko. 🇨🇦

    Railfanning CN Between Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie
    I was recently asked for some advice on railfanning near the Trans-Canada Highway between Winnipeg, Manitoba and Regina, Saskatchewan. I’m sharing a portion of this route here. Feel free to chime in with your own …
    By steve, 66 words

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