June 26, 2014
Residents can share their ideas, criticisms and other thoughts at the Connect Hampton Roads website, which goes live on Thursday.
June 24, 2014
The 15-second commercials, which will begin airing later this week, encourage the region to “look alive, good times are ahead,” while creatively highlighting the benefits of the new line: access to employment, entertainment, and shopping without the hassles of traffic or the expense of gas and parking.
November 21, 2013
Includes a comprehensive, countywide bus improvement plan and a light rail project from Clearwater to St. Petersburg via the Gateway/Carillon area.
September 12, 2013
Partnered with a youth outreach organization to help teens in crisis, providing locations for them to get in contact with volunteers who will help them find shelter, counseling and family reunification services.
August 12, 2013
The cost of the service is an issue too, but a spokesperson says a partnership approach involving municipal units and the business community could make it more affordable to more people.
June 21, 2012
UTA officials said the move is intended to improve safety and operations, as incidents of criminal behavior were related to people using the system.
June 19, 2012
St. Paul and Minneapolis residents will map, evaluate and score the walk from their homes to future Central Corridor light rail stations.
November 30, 2011
Through the town hall series, RTD will randomly call more than 400,000 people through innovative telephone technology and invite them to participate in the telephone forum. This allows board members to reach out and speak directly with members of the community.
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