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FrontRunner ridership sags with economy, fuel cost 11.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Farmington » FrontRunner commuter trains are running 31 percent emptier than transit officials had projected when the line opened a year ago, and even lighter than when high gasoline prices drove waves of riders to the rails last summer.
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Boston trolley crash spurs ban on employee cellphones 10.5.2009 Denver Post: National News Headlines
The head of the Boston-area transit authority said Saturday he will ban all train and bus operators from even carrying cellphones on board after a trolley driver told police he was texting his girlfriend before his train collided with another one Friday.
Neal Peirce: Obama's plan for high-speed rail 9.5.2009 Denver Post: Opinion
What could we expect of an America that offers serious train service - high-speed rail, regular passenger rail, links to downtowns, airports, public transit systems?
The flip side of tourism in the alps 8.5.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Dave RileyCEO of Telluride Ski and Golf In my last opinion piece, published in The Planet on April 26, I wrote about Zermatt, Switzerland and how that alpine community has achieved sustainability, year-round vitality and prosperity without the sprawl typically associated with growth.
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The flip side of tourism in the alps 8.5.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Dave RileyCEO of Telluride Ski and Golf In my last opinion piece, published in The Planet on April 26, I wrote about Zermatt, Switzerland and how that alpine community has achieved sustainability, year-round vitality and prosperity without the sprawl typically associated with growth.
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The flip side of tourism in the alps 8.5.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Dave RileyCEO of Telluride Ski and Golf In my last opinion piece, published in The Planet on April 26, I wrote about Zermatt, Switzerland and how that alpine community has achieved sustainability, year-round vitality and prosperity without the sprawl typically associated with growth.
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W. Valley told to expect delay in getting light rail 6.5.2009 azcentral.com | news
Light rail is not coming to a neighborhood near West Valley residents anytime soon.
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Lawmaker calls for RTD audit 6.5.2009 Denver Post: Local
State Senator Lois Tochtrop, D-Thornton, has called for a comprehensive audit of the Regional Transportation District, with special focus on general manager Cal Marsella's pay and benefits, ...
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TRAX power-line upgrade: Expect different schedules, fewer trains this week 4.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
TRAX trains running on the Salt Lake City-Sandy line are running every 20 minutes instead of every 15 minutes this week during a power-line upgrade. University line trains are running every 10 minutes.
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Pedestrian escapes serious injury in brush with TRAX 4.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
A man was clipped by a TRAX train as it left a South Salt Lake station Sunday afternoon, a Utah Transit Authority spokesman said. The man, who is in his mid-20s, was walking on the platform at 201 West and 3300 South when he got too close to the train about 2:10 p.
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Utah travelers take flu scare in stride 2.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
It looks like travel as usual for Utah's train and plane passengers, with just a little extra hand-wringing -- and washing -- over swine flu. Representatives for the airlines and transit systems maintain that it's safe in their confined spaces as long as people who sit near sick passengers wash
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Live music featured on light-rail trains 1.5.2009 azcentral.com | news
Phoenix alternative rock band Miniature Tigers hopped on a light-rail train last Friday, carrying a guitar and a tambourine. One guy wore a plastic sheep mask.
Editorial: Marsella guided RTD down the right path 29.4.2009 Denver Post: Opinion
RTD general manager Cal Marsella has enjoyed great success at the helm of the metro transit district.
Around New Mexico 29.4.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Journal and Wire Reports
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RTD boss Marsella resigning 29.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
As one of Colorado's longest-serving — and highest-paid — public officials, Cal Marsella has guided a public transit system that is the envy of many across the country, but he also became a lightning rod for agency critics. ...
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Gilbert light rail link may be weakening 28.4.2009 azcentral.com | news
Gilbert bus route that would connect residents to light rail may get shelved.
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Impact of federal transit funds to East Valley unclear 27.4.2009 azcentral.com | news
SE Valley receiving nearly half of Valley's stimulus transit funding, but planners have yet to determine how many jobs that will generate.
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Stapleton-Northfield roadway primed to go 27.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
Primed with federal stimulus money, Denver expects construction on a new $50 million Central Park Boulevard/Interstate 70 interchange will start by the end of the year. ...
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A closer look at Zermatt 26.4.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Dave RileyCEO Telluride Ski and Golf In January, I had the pleasure of speaking at the International Tourism Symposium (ITS) in Zermatt, Switzerland. I was asked to present on “branding and the new Internet.” This was a good reason to go to Zermatt, but I was especially interested in learning more about the famous alpine community at the foot of the Matterhorn.
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A closer look at Zermatt 26.4.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Dave RileyCEO Telluride Ski and Golf In January, I had the pleasure of speaking at the International Tourism Symposium (ITS) in Zermatt, Switzerland. I was asked to present on “branding and the new Internet.” This was a good reason to go to Zermatt, but I was especially interested in learning more about the famous alpine community at the foot of the Matterhorn.
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