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July 3, 2013

Oregon transit systems partner to streamline visitor travel

The service, called Connector Alliance, improves connections between communities in adjacent counties and has resulted in the implementation of a new visitor pass program this summer.


May 24, 2012

APTA: 62M summer vacationers to use transit

Among travelers who will be using public transportation during their city trips, 71% said using public transportation relieves them from the worry of finding parking, while 68% believe that it is less expensive than taxis and rental cars. Sixty-seven percent will use public transportation to save money on parking and 52% responded they can save money on gas.


May 11, 2012

ABA attends D.C. event to help shape national tourism strategy

President and CEO Peter Pantuso and Senior Vice President Clyde Hart attended the event as the new National Travel and Tourism Strategy was released by Secretary of Commerce John Bryson and Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar.


October 12, 2011

Las Vegas RTC launches tourist-friendly website

Ridethestrip.com highlights the cost-effective, reliable and modern public transportation alternatives to and from McCarran International Airport, the Las Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas.


July 14, 2011

S.F. MTA unveils plan to improve tour bus circulation

Calls for more efficient passenger loading and unloading, metered parking spaces where buses can wait for customers and a permit system to better manage and enforce tour bus parking and loading.


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