Click here to watch the first of the transit education spots. They go on the air Friday during the Olympics.
We have had some technical difficulties with our site, but now have the blog up and running again. Also look for us on facebook. CMT is focused on educating the public about the importance of transit, even to the non users. We have numerous anecdotal evidence of people who do not use transit having been… Read more »
This is the language for the April 6, 2010 Transit initiative: “PROPOSITION: Shall the County of St. Louis impose a countywide sales tax of one-half of one percent for the purpose of providing a source of funds for public transportation purposes including the restoration, operation and expansion of MetroLink, MetroBus, disabled and senior transportation, in… Read more »
Some 50 St. Louis area organizations have come together to work on a new effort to pass a half-cent sales tax in St. Louis County to restore lost MetroBus and MetroLink service and to begin setting aside funds for a MetroLink expansion. The meeting is 9 a.m., November 12, Room 300 of Brookings Hall. Organizations… Read more »
Here is an interesting video of a campaign in Sweden about the bus vs. car. Click here.
Miss MetroLink is at it. The Beacon has a great article about the MetroBus funeral Friday night. Click here.
Despite the valiant efforts of Senator Robin Wright Jones, it appears SB 477 is not going anywhere this year. The bill, introduced by Senator Jones at CMT’s request, would have allowed for the creation of the Transportation Development District of the entire St. Louis City and County. The new district could have asked residents of… Read more »
CMT is linked with a number of organizations across the United States working for Congress to adopt a truly reformative transportation bill. The organization is called T-4 America which is headed by James Corless. Yesterday James testified before the Senate Commerce Committee on the goals of T-4 America. These are some of them. Ensuring Accountability… Read more »