Firms Race To Build Hyperloop

Firms Race To Build Hyperloop Tesla leader Elon Musk caused quite a stir in the industry when he open-sourced his Hyperloop concept. Two Los Angeles firms are at the pinnacle of what has become a hotbed of competitive rivalry. Frontrunners Hyperloop One and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies reported on their progress last week during the St. […]

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Transit Agency Opens K-9 Center

New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority has opened the country’s largest facility for training dogs to sniff out drugs and explosives. It is the only center in the United States that offers state-of-the-art mass transit-specific canine training.      The 72-acre property is designed for training a select group of dogs to become K-9 officers. Dogs train three months […]

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Dayton Launches Summer Teen Passport

The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority is offering a new teen passport program this summer, with the theme “You don’t need a reason — you need a ride.”      Teens (13-18) can purchase $55 bus passports that are good for traveling on any fixed route and at any time from June 1 to August 31. […]

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Bus Hub To Finish July 8th

Blue Water Area Transit is finishing the final phase of its $9.8 million Bus Transfer Center project in downtown Port Huron. Contractors will complete the “pavement replacement” phase by July 8.      During the week of April 18, workers started replacing curbs, gutters, and sidewalks on both sides of Superior Mall. During the past week, […]

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National Transit Map

When Blue Water Area Transit started offering daily bus service to and from suburban Detroit, local job hunters gained an expanded area to find employment. And thanks to national and state grant funding, they only pay our usual 80-cent fare to travel this distance.      In too many towns, job hunters aren’t so fortunate […]

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