Contributing bloggers discuss a variety of topics geared toward the transit and motorcoach sectors.
Posts Tagged With: Orange County Measure M
By Will Kempton |
June 28, 2011 | Comments (1)
Orange County’s environmental community, state and federal wildlife agencies, and OCTA’s Measure M2 program partnered to preserve about 900 acres of land. This effort protects the county’s natural resources while keeping the promise made to voters to implement 13 freeway projects as part of M2, a half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements approved in 2006.
By Will Kempton |
April 27, 2011 | Comments (4)
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Federal Aid Highway Act, signed in 1956, marked the first time in U.S. history the federal government assumed a greater role in providing transportation infrastructure to the nation. Since then, the devolving role of the federal and state government has resulted in local governments stepping up to maintain and expand our transportation infrastructure.
Joe Zavisca is an independent consultant specializing in paratransit service.
Paul Mackie is communications director at Mobility Lab, a leading U.S. voice of “transportation demand management.”
Rob Taylo is founder/CEO of SinglePoint Communications, an exclusive U.S. distributor of WiFi in Motion.
Zack Shubkagel is partner and creative director for the San Francisco office of Willoughby Design, a strategic branding and design firm.
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