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Safety around School bus
With school buses back on the road, as a parent you might be worried about safety in school bus and around school. According to the digital journal, School bus accidents may only represent a small number of total accidents. [...] (Read Article)
June 02 2014 - ‚ÄėGet There!‚Äô participants save 106K miles Participants in the annual ‚ÄúGet There!‚ÄĚ campaign in Linn, Benton and Lincoln Counties tracked their carpool, vanpool, walking, bus, telework, and bike trips May 5-16 and collectively reduced 106,981 single-occupant-vehicle miles, enough to go around the Earth four times. ¬†
May 30 2014 - ‚ÄúGet There‚ÄĚ participants save 106,981 miles Participants in the annual "Get There!" campaign in Linn, Benton and Lincoln Counties tracked their carpool, vanpool, walking, bus, telework, and bike trips May 5-16 and collectively reduced 106,981 single-occupant-vehicle miles, enough to go around the Earth four times. ¬†
February 07 2014 - City to update bus information if it snows Albany Transit System and Linn-Benton Loop bus riders who want information about delays and route closures can visit the city‚Äôs website, Facebook page¬† or the Democrat-Herald‚Äôs website democratherald.com.
February 02 2014 - Why The World's Largest Experiment In Free Public Transportation Failed In an ambitious move, the capital of Estonia gave its 430,000 residents access to public transit. So why didn't the free rides result in new passengers? A year ago, the city of Tallinn, Estonia, situated a short hop across the Baltic Sea from Finland, made public transportation free to its residents. The capital city of roughly 430,000 people embarked on the largest experiment so far in the fare ...
January 07 2014 - Lebanon drivers go the extra mile Lebanon Dial-a-Bus driver Fern Cantrell and Linn County Commissioner Will Tucker chatted like old friends at the Lebanon Senior Center on Dec. 20.
November 10 2013 - Shuttle stops at LBCC will double SWEET HOME ‚ÄĒ Starting Monday, the number of Linn Shuttle bus stops at Linn-Benton Community College from Sweet Home and Lebanon will more than double to 17 per day.
April 05 2013 - Cities get a jump on climate change requirements From pedestrian trails to charging stations, projects take shape Many communities in the region have already started projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as required by the state. They range from building transit systems in Portland to encouraging alternative transportation options in Hillsboro and studying increased density in Forest Grove and West Linn. These and other projects were ...
April 05 2013 - Estonian capital offers free public transit for all residents TALLINN, Estonia ‚ÄĒ The capital of Estonia became the world's first to introduce free public transport for all of its residents. Passengers on the city's buses, streetcars and trams only need to have a transit pass showing they're a registered Tallinner, according to a AP report.
October 17 2012 - Bus routes to detour due to 2nd Saturday Market event Two eastbound bus routes will detour due to the closure of Washington Street between Clinton Street and Linn Street for the 2nd Saturday Market event on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 6 a.m. until Washington Street is re-opened to normal traffic.
October 21 2012 - Texas A&M bus ID policy not enforced COLLEGE STATION, Texas ‚ÄĒ theeagle.com reported that for months, Texas A&M University Transportation Services posted signs on its off-campus bus routes saying riders need a student or faculty ID from A&M or Blinn College to use the service, but students, bus drivers and Transportation Services officials say the policy is rarely enforced.
October 12 2012 - Texas A&M bus ID policy rarely enforced Texas AM University Transportation Services has for months been advising riders on its off-campus bus routes that a student or faculty ID from AM or Blinn College is required to use the service.