A cut too far: the NYC MTA restores some express bus service that it had cut earlier in the summer. (WNYC)
The DC Metro may be struggling, but blogs and twitter feeds about it are booming. (WAMU)
Excerpts from the New York Times' interview with Carl Paladino: On waste in the MTA, he says: "It’s a very complex function, but we’ve compounded its problems by letting it become so political. It’s the political aspect of it that’s really defeating it."
The Ford posts 6th straight profitable quarter--"the highest in the automaker’s 107- year history." (Bloomberg)
New bus transit center unveiled in Las Vegas amid much Vegas-style ceremony. "I've done a number of these things, never with pythons and roller girls," said Federal Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
San Francisco Examiner op-ed says that "the Bay Area is reeling from a continuing series of really bad transportation decisions. The region tends to evolve through single-purpose 'fixes' that fail to address the Bay Area’s real transportation needs."