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A Brief History of Public Transportation in America

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Public transportation has long been one of the most efficient, convenient, and cost-effective solutions for getting people where they need to go. Since its inception several centuries ago, it has seen a lot of change, thanks to evolving communities and new technologies. Although early systems may have been a far cry from the ones we know today, their role in society has always been vital. Let’s take an interesting look back at the origins of public transit to better understand just how far the industry has come! 18th-19th Century Public Transportation: Early Beginnings The concept of mass transit began in… Read more »

The Do’s and Don’ts of Using Public Transportation as a Traveler

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Exploring a new city in a different state or foreign country is a thrilling and enriching experience! You’ll come across new people, unique restaurants, fun attractions, opportunities to learn about the culture, and so much more in your travels. When it comes to maneuvering through a foreign city, public transportation is usually the most convenient and cost-efficient way to get around. As a tourist, however, it’s important that you take a few extra measures than you would traveling in a familiar area to stay safe on public transport! DO check the schedule first. Just as you should with most aspects… Read more »

How to Take Public Transportation Safely with Your Dog

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Buses and trains are convenient travel solutions for many individuals all over the world. They’re inexpensive, efficient, and even eco-friendly alternatives to single-passenger transportation! If you’re a dog owner who relies entirely on public transportation for your daily commute and regular transit needs, there will likely be a handful of occasions where you need to bring your pup along for the ride. Luckily, many bus lines, subways, and trains do allow four-legged passengers—as long as you plan ahead and follow a few key guidelines! Know the rules. Research potential restrictions on pet travel before taking public transportation with your dog…. Read more »

Unusual Buses of the World Explained

We love buses, and it seems the world does too. We did a little digging on some of the world’s most unusual buses, and what we found surprised us. China’s Transit Elevated Bus   The Transit Elevated Bus, or so it was known to the world, garnered internet fame last year when a Chinese tech company, TEB Technology Development, propositioned the idea as a solution to China’s congested traffic problem. A prototype was created and posted on YouTube in a video that shocked and awed spectators. The bus’s design made it look as if it was swallowing other vehicles on… Read more »

Experimental Singapore Bus Stop Aims to “Make Waiting Fun”

Generally speaking, bus stops aren’t known for being places that people look forward to visiting. Instead, these small, spartan shelters serve as waypoints on the path to bigger and better destinations. In many cities, however, commuters spend a significant portion of their work weeks waiting for rides at bus stations. That’s why transit officials in the Jurong Lake District of Singapore decided to create a bus stop loaded with amenities to provide commuters with an extra measure of comfort and convenience while they wait. After coming up with the idea for a bus stop that could “make waiting fun,” Singapore… Read more »

Detroit Reveals Plans to Revitalize its Ailing Transit System

In the first half of the 20th century, Detroit was one of the foremost hubs of industry and engineering in the United States. For decades, the Motor City manufactured millions of automobiles for drivers all over the world. Then, the energy crisis of the 1970s forced American automakers to scale back their operations, and the city fell on hard times.  Since then, Detroit has struggled to curb an economic collapse that left the city in bankruptcy in 2013. City planners in Detroit have long identified a slow, fragmented public transit system as one of the chief obstacles to the city’s… Read more »

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