Topic : Transportation Equity Network

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Report: More transit means more jobs vs. highway projects

Accessibility| September 2, 2010
Investment in public transit tends to be more labor-intensive than highway projects because the work is generally more complex, involves the purchase and maintenance of vehicles, and requires much less spending on land acquisition.

Transit advocates rally in 11 cities

Accessibility| April 20, 2010
From April 20-28, hundreds of members of the Transportation Equity Network and their allies in eleven cities will hold a series of memorial services, rallies, and other actions to resurrect mass transit in their communities.
Accessibility| August 18, 2009

Report: Cuts, fare increases hurting nation

Authors found that while state and local transit revenues have been pummeled by a tough economy, the effects were compounded by failures in federal policy.

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