Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Buses

Muni Receives $21.4M in Federal Funds for New Buses, 8x Line Improvements

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The SF Municipal Transportation Agency received more than $21 million in federal funds to purchase new buses and implement improvements like colored bus lanes, transit priority signals, and bus-mounted enforcement cameras, the agency announced today. The funds come from the Federal Transit Administration’s Livability and State of Good Repair grant programs. In total, the FTA will […]

BRT Imposes Order on Mexico City Streets, Speeding and Greening Commutes

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This is the second in a series of reports about sustainable transportation policies in Mexico City. Last week, Streetsblog participated in a tour of the city led by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy and funded by the Rockefeller Foundation. A previous installment covered pedestrian improvements in the city and a third will discuss its bicycle […]
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Taking Greyhound? Papers, Please.

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Transportation options for undocumented immigrants are becoming narrower and narrower in the U.S. Whatever you may think of immigration policy, there are about 11 million people living in the shadows in this country who have ever fewer ways to get around. Immigration agents have been boarding Greyhound buses to nab undocumented immigrants, according to a […]

Peru’s Traffic Menagerie

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Our daily urban lives shape our imaginations in so many ways. Few things box us in like our everyday transit options, and the patterns of traffic that shape our sense of public space. These patterns themselves are historical of course. A quick look back at the famous Market Street film shot a few days before […]