The $62 pass is eligible for any student enrolled in a school, college, or university during the summer. COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Central Ohio Transit Authority is offering a low-cost pass for students of all ages to ride its buses this summer. COTA is launching a summer student pass programRead More →

Remembrance Day 2022 is Monday, May 30. It is an American holiday dedicated to honoring the men and women who have died serving in the United States military, and it is always celebrated on the last Monday in May. Traditions typically include participating in parades and family barbecues. Originally knownRead More →

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – A group of employees from PennDOT and other state departments received the Governor’s Achievement Awards for the Development of Find My Ride (FMR) Applyan online tool that allows residents of most of Pennsylvania to apply for transportation assistance programs. FMR Apply was developed through a collaboration withRead More →

Our site is entering the ninth week of our Q&A feature in which SaultOnline poses a community question to the Mayor and Councillors. In addition, the list of sponsors now includes anyone who has announced their intention to run in the fall municipal elections. As always, the question is askedRead More →

The Ghana Shippers’ Authority (GSA) and its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Benonita Bismarck, were honored at the inaugural Responsible Business and Leadership Excellence Awards (RBLEA) ceremony in Accra. The authority was named ‘Responsible Government Regulator of the Year 2021’ while CEO Ms Bismarck was honored for her outstanding contribution toRead More →

PHILIPPINE STAR/EDD GUMBAN Delayed tariff adjustments prompt international court claim THE government has maintained its silence on the filing by the private operator of Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) of a request for arbitration with the International Chamber of Commerce for the company’s disputes with the Department of TransportRead More →

As COVID-19 transmission increases heading into summer, mask mandates remain patchy across the Sacramento area, though some resources remain in place for testing and vaccination regardless of health status. insurance or citizenship. When a judge in Florida rescinded federal government guidelines mandating masks on public transport on April 18, heRead More →

Ypsilanti has the third highest percentage of transit commuters in Southeast Michigan, but you wouldn’t know that by looking at the status of the Ypsilanti Transit Center. However, the Ann Arbor Area Transit Authority (AAATA) hopes to upgrade facilities in downtown Ypsilanti with a multi-million dollar expansion. According to dataRead More →

RAPID CITY, SD — Although the new transit plan released by Rapid City transit officials is not a plan of action, it will guide them on what to do once funding and resources are available. essentials will be available. According to long-term planner Kelly Brennan, the main goals were toRead More →