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Moving Stories: 42 killed in Chinese plane crash; LA mayor: give bikes 3 feet; Twin Cities two-tier bus system

Wednesday, August 25, 2010 - 10:28 AM

Survivor of Chinese plane crash describes descent, malfunctioning exits on Embraer (LA Times)

Poor Visibility may have caused Alaska crash that killed former Sen. Stevens (WSJ)

China Railway in talks to build $30 Billion South African bullet-train (Bloomberg)

LA mayor backs law requiring motorists to give cyclists three feet on roads (Streets Blog)

Twin Cities asks: Are two tiers of bus service really fair?  (Star Tribune)

LA city officials debate parking regulations that will keep food trucks away from restaurants (KPCC)

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Comments [1]

Cap'n Transit

It isn't fair to have two tiers of service, one for drivers and one for transit riders. Why does transit have a special obligation to be fair?
http://capntransit.blogspot.com/2009/04/social-class-in-transportation.html

Aug. 25 2010 12:00 PM

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