- As described above, IT ridership up 20% a month after abolishing fares.
- Transit commuting is often about making educated guesses about the best way to get there.
- Finding more space at an SLU bus stop.
- The principle of “why can’t we have that cool thing?”, in both parable and real-life example. Here in Seattle, discussion about who gets a tunnel often fall into this trap.
- ST discusses its fare enforcement survey. Most evasion doesn’t seem to be about ability to pay, but it also isn’t malicious.
- Why bus stops are usually after the intersection ($).
- Complaints about safety of the disabled on Metro.
- Chicago has a new way of enforcing bus lanes. This reminds us that when Seattle passes the buck to the legislature to enforce these, it’s a sign of lack of commitment to the goal.
- Yakama Nation mulls 150 miles of trails.
This is an open thread.