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Op-Ed: A lament for lack of courtesy on public transportation

Like common sense, common courtesy often isn't. Around the time I became old enough to be called "ma'am" by strangers, I started to notice that I was not being given the respect I expected on the bus.
In the Media by Paula Kirman - 3 comments

Paris offering free public transit to combat pollution

Paris - Paris and areas of northern France have seen pollution levels so high that politicians are stepping in to do something about it. This weekend, Paris' public transportation, as well as bike and car sharing programs, will be free.
In the Media by Michael Thomas - 1 comment

Video: Guy gets power bombed in the subway, witnesses present

An altercation at a subway terminal causes one man to stun another man with a wrestling power bomb. In the video, a uniformed officer or a transit worker on the job simply watches the altercation take place.
In the Media by Can Tran

Bronx woman charged with murder as a hate crime in subway attack

New York - Erica Menendez, 31, is being held in custody for the subway shove death of 46-year-old Sunando Sen. She is being charged with second-degree murder as a hate-related crime.
In the Media by Can Tran - 3 comments

Sunando Sens identified as recent NYC subway shove victim

New York - The victim in last night's subway shove death in Queens, New York has been identified as Indian immigrant Sunando Sen. Sen's death makes it the second NYC subway shove death to happen in December.
In the Media by Can Tran - 2 comments

Video: Man gets royally PWNED by 2 girls on a transit bus

Baltimore - The "golden rule" is something that can be applied anywhere you go. This includes taking public transportation such as the bus. A person didn't understand the meaning of the golden rule when harassing two female passengers.
In the Media by Can Tran

Public transport workers on a 24-hour strike in Portugal

Lisbon - Because of efforts by the Portuguese Government to downsize the public transport system in that country, workers began a 24 hour strike, just prior to midnight on Wednesday 1 February 2012.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Mass transit riders up 4% in U.S., infrastructure money debated

With Detroit's automotive manufacturing in a bottomless hole and 2008's peek at where U.S. gasoline prices can return in the future, a new infrastructure funding debate emerges in the face of a new report that shows mass-transit up 4 per cent nationally.
In the Media by Michael Krebs

Women-Only Buses In Mexico City A Huge Hit

After a week of trial runs, Mexico City's transportation authority, the RTP, formally launched a public transit program on January 21 to exclude men from riding certain city buses designated as women-only.
In the Media by J Ocean Dennie - 6 comments

Google Upgrades Coverage of Public Transportation

Cool, I never knew they had this... It will be nice when they get all the major cities implemented...
In the Media by KeithLDick - 2 comments
 

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil: Success or Failure?

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is close, and it could be a great opportunity to show the culture, customs, cuisine, and...
May 24, 2013 in  Writers Group by Marcela Re Ribeiro - 4 comments

The charm of a Parisian bus driver - not

The public transport system in Paris is pretty good and getting around the French capital by metro, bus or tram is...
Jun 23, 2011 by Johnny Summerton - 1 comment
 

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