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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: Stop the Metrolink SB Line Cuts! - Transit Talking Points
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, threatening midday trains 310 and 327, and late evening/night trains 338 and 339.
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09/08/2014: The Truth about the Metrolink Ridership drop - Transit Talking Points
The press has had their day of hitting the railroad hard over a decline of about 600,000 riders since 2008, but didn't Metrolink post some gains in 2012 and 2013? We have the truth of the matter and how it can be fixed. Let's debate.
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09/03/2014: Improving Downtown Riverside Mass Transit - Transit Talking Points
Riverside officials desire a downtown transit station at the Metrolink station, but why are several bus routes not proposed to stop or pass through there? How will this affect connectivity and Metrolink transfers?
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08/29/2014: Politics: Jumping Sharks! - Alpern at Large
Remember the days when the state government lived within its means and not squandered our money to the special interests? The Transit Coalition Chair Kenneth Alpern weighs in.
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08/11/2014: Controlling Mass Development in Rural San Diego County - Transit Talking Points
Meadowood and Lilac Hills Ranch are two master plans proposed in the hills in between Temecula and Escondido. What needs to be done to prevent this segment of the I-15 from becoming the jammed 91?
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08/06/2014: I-405 Toll Lanes proposed - Transit Talking Points
Caltrans has proposed adding toll lanes to the I-405 through west Orange County, sparking intense opposition from some city bodies. How can we solve this mobility issue in OC in a fair manner?
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08/05/2014: How one can take a wrong turn at the San Ysidro Mexican Border - Transit Talking Points
A US combat veteran diagnosed with PTSD continues to be incarcerated in a Mexican jail over trivial weapons charges all for taking a wrong turn into Mexico. Several commentators say such a wrong turn was impossible with all the road signs along the I-5. We'll show you the reasonable doubts.
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