Screwing our retirees is HOW WE ROLL

Screwing our retirees is HOW WE ROLL

Friday, March 23, 2012

3 YEARS AGO

26

2 YEARS AGO

14

1 YEAR AGO

6

Neil got a black eye!

courtesy Erik Halstead

TRANSIT DISTRICT SUED FOR SECRECY

Suit Against Pace Alleges Open Records Violations - St. Charles, IL Patch

A Sunny Day on the Sandy River Layover

One of the real perks driving the #80 on a spring day.

FAST TALKING TRIMET GENERAL MANAGER

Just think, I'll be hanging around in Portland for awhile yet, WITH NOTHING TO DO! 

NEWS FROM OTHER PLACES

That's our $8.4 billion they're wasting on LRTs | Toronto & GTA | News | Toronto Sun
 Memphis Bus Riders Union File Lawsuit Against MATA
 Toronto’s Mayor Ford vows to ‘lead the charge’ in halting light-rail transit - The Globe and Mail
 OB Calls for National Day of Action for Public Transportation | Occupy Boston
 LTD releases West Eugene EmX public opinion survey

More Trimet insurgency

Petitions filed in four westside cities seek vote on rail funds

DESPERATELY SEEKING SUNSET BOB

Trimet service cut hearings-round 2


WE LOVE THAT LIGHT RAIL

Vehicle removed from MAX tracks, but delays continue
 Early morning MAX service disrupted

TRMET'S DIRECTOR OF DIVERSITY

How much experience does he have?

JACK BOGDANSKI

The MAX mindscrew

TRIMET RADIO BUFFS

HERE are the specs of the new Trimet Radio network

JOE ROSE ARTICLE EXPLAINS MR 2 FACED MEMO

 

Despite layoffs, budget-crunched TriMet still filling high-paying administrative positions: Commuter roundup

Another TriMet surprise: Less service, but better signs

TriMet continues to surprise me with the decisions it makes. Every day I ride the 55 Hamilton bus route on its first run of the day into the city, and I’ve been doing so for years using my annual bus pass.

INTERESTING STUFF FROM MBTA

An Open Letter to Our Customers from Secretary Davey and GM Davis
MassDOT Board of Directors
Meetings and Minutes

MR 2 FACE


Why are we still hiring with a $12 million budget gap?

by Neil McFarlane — last modified Mar 22, 2012 03:50 PM
Because we still have to keep service on the street! This is a question I hear a lot – and it is best answered in two parts: 1) our day to day operations; and 2) our administrative staff.

Glenn Otto Park

This is a real gem in the Metro area on the Sandy River.It is accessible by the 80 bus.The water color was a jade green color yesterday and I wish that I had my fishing pole.