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LivioFilice 21h
Need to place greater focus on converting fleets of urban trucks and to reduce ground level in the near term. ⁦ ⁩
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Nathanael Newton 14h
Part 1: The Ceremony Part 2 is over 40 minutes along and is almost done rendering!
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Regina Griffin Sep 9
Best news—last comment from the state panel itself (btw the meeting was non-partisan! Included Governor, State Senator, State Rep + more)was on TRANSPORTATION. Because CT😱 You know it must be horrible if even this fan supports spending on the highways.
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Regina Griffin Sep 6
Can it be, a move toward better ? 🤞🏻
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George & Gracie Sep 12
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Colette Saindon Sep 5
There’s a person sitting at this bus shelter in the middle of the bench watching something on their phone without earphones. Are they a transit novice?
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CDFA Leg/Fed Affairs Sep 13
A draft of the stopgap Continuing Resolution for FY2020 delays some across-the-board cuts to , but doesn't repeal the July 2020 cancellation of $7.6 billion of highway budget authority.
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LivioFilice Sep 10
🇨🇦 City moves toward buses ⚡️🔋. Great to see more authorities join the shift. ⁦
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Pup Wilshire 🐾 Sep 6
Puppy got himself a new toy! Puppy likes smol trains!
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Randy McDonald 10h
Growth in ridership on in continues to outpace expectations, reports.
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Aneesh Mugulur Sep 8
So many bikes. Pollution bro
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LivioFilice Sep 7
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Stan Reeser Sep 10
couldn’t do this tomorrow but it is something to consider for the future if it produces more riders. (Yes, On top of education issue, I love public policy topics.) “KCATA looking to make bus services free.”
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LivioFilice Sep 10
is the primary incentive for major cities to implement and achieve 100% -free fleets
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Joe Bailitz Sep 10
A steep decline in ridership due to emerging technologies and the under investment in mass transit bus fleets is encouraging civic leaders to reshape mobility. Learn more:
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Brett Sep 12
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LivioFilice Sep 11
60 + buses are heading to !! Nearly every capital has now begun to switch over
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Michael Foster Sep 7
Increasing ACE train service dramatically would probably be one of the best ways to spend transit dollars in the Bay Area.
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LivioFilice 21h
Let’s focus on the electrification of urban heavy duty and vehicles. A 💯% refuse dump truck from ⁦⁦⁩ 🇦🇺🔋⚡️
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Spaceboy Books Sep 13
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