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Riverside County 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.
Inland Empire Transit Spotlight:|
05/20/2013: An abuse of environmetal law to further delay the Perris Valley Line
Is the State of California really becoming a puritanical state? View Here.
05/17/2013: Demand the State of California for a business-friendly tax code
The state must get the private sector back to growing the economy of the state and ensure our tax money is making it to our transportation infrastructure. View Here.
05/13/2013: Going over RTA's 2014-2016 Short Range Transit Plan
RTA proposes late night bus service, holiday service, and closing transit gaps between regions. View Here.
05/06/2013: Does Riverside County really need to go into massive debt to fund the 91 Express Lanes extension?
Why is less and less state transportation tax money making it to the 91? View Here.
05/02/2013: Comparing the Perris Valley Line lawsuit with the Villages of Lakeview case
Are the CEQA lawsuits in Riverside County really about the environment or NIMBY opposition? View Here.
05/01/2013: More Toll Lane Madness in Los Angeles
Are taxpayers paying for government officials to drive alone in LA high occupancy toll lanes? View Here.
04/23/2013: Toll Lanes: What the press needs to question
If LA Metro wants the HOT ExpressLanes to cut down on I-110 commute times, they need to get the displaced HOV's out of the general purpose lanes and back into the high occupancy lanes. View Here.
04/18/2013: The Future Vision of the Interstate 40 Corridor through the Mojave Desert
What does the future hold for a historic route through the high desert region? View Here.
04/11/2013: Addressing the Perris Valley Lawsuit ruling
Allowing judges to overturn green-transportation projects just because NIMBY groups oppose them must be fixed. View Here.
Today's Transit Talking Points Short on Twitter:
The Transit Coalition Supports:
Improving existing Inland Empire transit services.
A first-rate multi-modal transportation network within the Inland Empire and surrounding regions.
Improving the productivity of public transportation agencies to speed up transit trips, eliminate unnecessary costs, and streamline operations.
Coordinated transportation planning and service operations between public agencies and services provided by the private sector.
Growth and development that supports multi-modal transportation modes in addition to private automobile travel with policies supporting safer communities.
Business-friendly policies and incentives to encourage the private sector to contribute toward better mobility and robust employment, both needed to generate a market economy necessary to sustain a sound public transportation system.
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 Discussion Board or the Riding in Riverside Transit Blog for the latest dialogue on transit.
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