Lane Jensen returns

Lane Jensen returns

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Thursday


Stuck!


Very strange Trimet rider alert

#53 Line 53 is detoured: Regular route to blah bhal bhal bhalblah...

Where is the MAX train that crashed at Expo?

It appears that it is still out of service!

INTERSTING TRIMET COURT CASE

Deason v. TriMet :: March, 2011 :: Oregon Court of Appeals Decisions :: Oregon Case Law :: US Case Law :: US Law :: Justia

REMEMBER AUSTIN MILLER?

Miller v. Tri-Met :: February, 2011 :: Oregon Court of Appeals Decisions :: Oregon Case Law :: US Case Law :: US Law :: Justia

Did you know..............

267.130 Additional compensation prohibited. No officer or employee of the
district shall offer, solicit or accept money or any other thing of value as
a consideration, in addition to the salary paid the officer or employee by
the district, for services performed within the scope of the official duties
of the officer or employee. [1969 c.643 §13; 1971 c.23 §8]
http://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/267.html

Finalists for the world wide sustainable transit award

ITDP | Institute for Transportation and Development Policy : Get Involved : Sustainable Transport Award : Finalists

The police state presence on Trimet

TriMet: News Release - TriMet reports increase in citations and fare revenue since move to fare enforcement

Scene from the movie "The Hunted" featuring a bus made up to look like a MAX train


Local Funding for Public Transportation Operations: Producing Inequitable Results?

The Transport Politic

DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU

Maryland Bus Crash Kills 1, Hurts Several

Portland Transport on the LO streetcar

The Non-intuitive Math of the Lake Oswego Streetcar

Argument to keep the free rail zone

Downtown's economy thrives on rails

Stalking Trimet

Suspect accused of sex abuse followed PSU student off MAX train and into university restroom, court records say | OregonLive.com

Director of Operations for TriMet’s WES

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Commuter Rail Operations 1125|Director II Jeffrey S Lowe $151,801.47 $13,062.48 See note 1 $164,863.95

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