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Riverside County's Transit Coalition Advocates

As the Inland Empire's grassroots transit advocacy group, The Transit Coalition's A Better Inland Empire project is dedicated to advocate for the development of a safe, fast, cost effective and environmentally sound multi-modal transportation network all around the Inland Empire and connecting regions powered by productive public transit agencies and a robust private market.

As a grass roots group, we depend upon your contributions to allow us to pursue our important work. Add yourself to our mailing list and please donate to help our cause. Visit our transit blogs for the latest dialogue on transit.

Inland Empire Transit Spotlight:

ACTION ALERT: Rebuild the Metrolink SB Line!
Contact your local elected official sitting on the Metrolink and SANBAG Boards and demand real solutions to a funding dispute that has put the Metrolink San Bernardino Line is into fiscal trouble, causing midday trains 310 and 327, and late evening/night trains 338 and 339 to be de-funded and put out of service. Corridor-based rail service has proven to maximize regional rail productivity.
Stop the Cuts... | Metrolink MAX Campaign

Networking with the CEO of Metrolink - The Transit Coalition
Check out The Transit Coalition's Meeting on May 28 with Art Leahy, Chief Executive Officer of Metrolink (Southern California Regional Rail Authority)
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6/22/2015: sbX Ridership Reporting from the Media - Transit Talking Points
How a negative press headline is trying to tell the Inland Empire that the sbX bus rapid transit system is off to a "slow start": We'll show you exactly why this negative BRT label won't be for long.

6/15/2015: Carmageddon in Temecula - Transit Talking Points
Insufficient public notice of a local interchange closure floods the southbound I-15 through Temecula with stopped traffic. Check out this hard lesson learned.

6/13/2015: World Logistics Center--Good or bad for Moreno Valley? - Transit Talking Points
The region really needs better jobs but what about pollution, traffic congestion, and local land use? How can we avoid throwing out the baby with the bathwater over warehouse expansion?

6/9/2015: Connecting the 91 Express Lanes with the Corona Transit Center - Transit Talking Points
A cost-to-benefit issue obstructs seamless transit mobility connections between these two HOV facilities. Why aren't the state and feds better paying for the 91 Project?


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For transit users who need travel information or customer service, please visit the following agency Web sites:

Riverside County:
Riverside Transit Agency
SunLine Transit Agency
Palo Verde Valley Transit
Corona Cruiser
Pass Transit - Beaumont
Pass Transit - Banning

Neighboring Counties:
OC Transportation Authority
North County Transit District
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