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Community Meeting Round-Up

After the Measure R half-cent sales tax was approved last year by voters, Metro officials said they would aggressively move the county’s transportation agenda forward.  The tax increase took effect in July and with revenues now trickling in, planning of several rail lines is chugging along. Three Measure R projects [continue reading]

Transportation headlines, Oct. 20

One of the regular features on The Source will be transportation headlines that are compiled each day by Matthew Barrett, the head of Metro’s Library and Archives. The headlines are also posted each day on the Metro Library’s blog, along with other supplemental material. Census data show big differences within [continue reading]

Welcome to The Source

Dear Reader: As many of you are probably keenly aware, taxpayers and Metro passengers spend a lot of money each year – more than $4 billion — to keep this agency running. That’s a big pile of dough by any measure. To put it another way, each weekday Metro is [continue reading]