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Why I Think Transit is (Still) the Future

Check out the latest video from RMTransit, answering frequently asked about major trends that reduce the need of public transit, but always come back to the same major trends that will make public transit even more important than it is today.

  • Streetcar is now open in Tempe
    All aboard the Valley’s first modern streetcar! Passenger service on Valley Metro Streetcar began in Tempe at 10 a.m. today after a ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring local leaders and elected officials. The three-mile streetcar route will take riders to major employment centers, entertainment and event destinations, historic neighborhoods and connect to the regional transit network. “We…
  • NCTD Issues Reminder that Public Trespassing on Railroad Tracks is Dangerous and Illegal
    Oceanside, CA – The North County Transit District (NCTD) today issued a reminder to the public that trespassing on railroad tracks is dangerous and illegal. Rail trespassing results in accidents and fatalities that impact residents, visitors, rail employees, rail customers, and first responders. NCTD uses a combination of education, enforcement, and engineering to support risk reduction…
  • METROLINK INVITES BICYCLE RIDERS TO RIDE FREE DURING BIKE TO WORK WEEK
    Los Angeles – Metrolink’s Summer of Adventure begins in May with a celebration of National Bike Month and free fare for riders who board trains with their bicycles during Bike to Work Week, May 16-20. “Metrolink’s bike-friendly passenger trains are perfect for a summer travel adventure as well as for those riders who use their bikes for part of their commute.” Metrolink Board…
  • LA Metro approved New rail line
    Back in February 2022, County of Los Angeles joined Metro officials to announce the final approval for the West Santa Ana Branch light rail line. West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor Metro’s plan for better transit includes a new light rail transit (LRT) line to southeast LA County. This project would connect Artesia, Cerritos, Bellflower,…
  • Coming soon… The Airport Metro Connector, A people mover at LAX
    Metro’s plan for better transit includes a connection to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) with the Airport Metro Connector Transit Station (AMC) at Aviation Bl/96th Street. Once in operation, this new station will let riders transfer quickly and easily between LAX and Metro’s network. Located on the future line under construction now as the Crenshaw/LAX Transit…
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