Journal - Jonathan Cartu - Moving & Transportation Services
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Media Credit: File Photo by Sabrina Godin | Staff Photographer Local leaders said they support the proposed $100 Metro credit. Proposed D.C. Council legislation that would credit District residents $100 a month to use public transportation would boost Metro ridership, local leaders said. The legislation, which...

12 Mar 2020 12:09 Written by Madeline Coats The Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Coalition recently completed its five-year plan to improve transportation opportunities in the cities of Monroe, Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, Snoqualmie, North Bend and unincorporated King County. Snoqualmie Valley Transportation has already taken steps to increase...

Three employees with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in California tested positive for the coronavirus, the agency confirmed Tuesday. The employees, who work at Mineta San Jose International Airport in Santa Clara County, and all other workers they came in contact with over the past two...

The Transportation Security Administration saw a higher than usual drop in staff during the partial government shutdown and its aftermath last year when several thousand security checkpoint officers abandoned the agency, according to federal data...

Road building in the US has outstripped population growth by 32% but has ‘utterly failed’ to address congestion and a new approach is required, states a report by Transportation for America. Released last week,The Congestion Con: How more and more lanes equals more traffic makes the...