I'm really interested in applying for this job but it would mean a commute of around 1 hour and 45 minutes one way each day (by reliable public transportation). I live in the suburbs so I am used to taking the underground everywhere and to it being a minimum of an hour before getting to where I want to go (but I don't do this on a daily basis). I'm worried almost 4 hours total of public transportation a day might be pushing it. [more inside]
I've heard (or read) that SEPTA is actively planning to extend service to several towns/regions, but there's nothing about it on the SEPTA website nor on county government sites. [more inside]
I'm thru-hiking a section of the PCT with a friend, and I'm supposed to meet her at the trail near Snoqualmie Pass. Only issue is that I don't have a car and I'm not sure if I could convince anyone to drive me out there on a weekday(when we would meet).
Are there any experienced northwest car-less hikers who have done this before?
We (two adults and one rambunctious toddler) will be visiting family in Morton Grove, IL this coming week (Jun 28–Jul 4). Although we will be spending a few days with the family, we also want to make a number of trips into the city to see the sights. Since we are outside of Chicago we're wondering about the logistics of getting around. [more inside]
I am taking a short train trip from CA to Albuquerque next weekend for a few days. I'm on a very tight budget and I won't be able to afford a car. How can I get around and what should I see? [more inside]
I am trying to figure out how to get to Los Angeles on a small budget, to visit a doctor for a chronic condition. The condition itself causes difficulty getting around. I need some suggestions on how to make this "work". [more inside]
I'm planning on traveling to Chicago from NYC for the first time in April, and I'm trying to find a place to stay (right now, via Airbnb). I've checked the recent Chicago travel questions, but they all seem rather car-centric, and I'm planning on commuting largely by subway/walking (and buses, if necessary). I'm trying to figure out how to stay somewhere safe, near a subway line. [more inside]
I need an affordable (but nice) hotel near public transportation that will easily get me to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. (Click for more specifics.) [more inside]
Can you help me figure out a good way to get to Downtown Seattle without driving in Downtown Seattle? [more inside]
We're looking for photos of famous people riding public transit for a Facebook page that fights prejudice against public transportation. [more inside]
So a week on the trails in Moab has renewed my interest in hiking. Help me keep it up here in New York instead - I need to know where to go and what to bring. [more inside]
Does public transportation between Corvallis, OR (or Albany) and Portland, OR exist? A bus that ran at least a few times a day would be great, but I can't seem to find one. I know about the hut shuttle but I am looking for something less expensive.
I did something stupid today and 'updated' my iPhone 4 to iOS 6.0. The new Maps app doesn't include public transportation options (as Google Maps did previously) which I use extensively here in San Francisco. What are my options? Will anything be as seamless as the Google Maps app was?
Me and the wife will be flying out to Portland, Oregon roughly six months from now to check out the city to see if we want to relocate. We were thinking of not renting a car and just using light rail to get around, since good public transportation is a major factor of why we want to relocate. How good or bad of an idea is this?
What are your favorite public transportation/travel gifts for toddlers available in the U.S.? [more inside]
How reliable is public transportation in LA? Can I trust it to get me to work on time? [more inside]
What should I know about getting around San Francisco/Bay Area via public transportation between 6 pm and 2 am on a semi-regular basis? I can get system information online, but what experience should I expect riding those systems? [more inside]
General tips for riding the LA MTA Rail? (Red Line in particular, if you'd like.) [more inside]
What are some In-N-Out Burger locations easily accessible via airport and light rail? [more inside]
Do any of the major world public transportation systems (Paris, Tokyo, Seoul, Madrid etc.) operate at a profit? I was pondering New York's constant MTA woes and was wondering if other cities had similar problems. What are the factors that lead to profitability vs. expense? etc etc.
Help me understand how to commute from Chicago to Elmhurst on a daily basis. [more inside]
Where are the *newer* public transportation systems in the US (implemented, let's say, within the 2000s)? [more inside]
I need help figuring out if a certain type of bike rack on the bus will be dangerous to use with my bike. Details inside. [more inside]
Where can I pick huckleberries in New York State that is accessible by public transportation and hiking? [more inside]
I broke my foot. And am a mess on crutches. Now what? And you are not my doctor, but my doctor won't see me. [more inside]
Best Canadian cities for non-drivers? [more inside]
Please recommend a simple route on public transportation to go from JFK airport to White Plains Airport (Westchester County). [more inside]
When one buys a 30-day unlimited MetroCard from the NYC Subway, are those thirty days counted from the date of purchase or the date of first use? [more inside]
Anyone have any tips on taking public transportation with an infant? Bonus for Boston-centric and the T-based green line? [more inside]
What type of public transportation is available in rural Tennessee and North Carolina? [more inside]
What is the cheapest way to get to Fordham University from Providence, RI on a Friday using public transportation (must leave around noon, if not earlier)? What is the cheapest way to get back?
I'll be travelling from NYC to Boston via bus or train (as yet undecided, probably bus) on Columbus Day weekend. That part is easy, it's getting from South Station or Greyhound in Newton to my destination that's challenging me. [more inside]
Public transit personal space etiquette question. [more inside]
I am in Los Angeles (Silver Lake area) and need to get to Anaheim (Disneyland/Convention Ctr. area) for this library conference this afternoonish. Is the best way to do this to go back to the airport and grab a shuttle, or is there something simpler? [more inside]
What are my transportation options for traveling from Manhattan to Putnam County Supreme Court in Carmel, New York? [more inside]
What is the cheapest way to get to either Pomona College or Ontario Airport from LAX without having to resort to a cab, a rental car or a 40-mile hike? [more inside]
Where do I start exploring the city? [more inside]
Why are the trolleys in Philadelphia so unfathomably slow? [more inside]
I'd like to sell my car and get around using public transportation and a shared car service like HourCar
in Minneapolis. Has anyone used either of these services? [more inside]
Is there a city with an awesome public transportation system that won't break the bank? [more inside]
How do you react to eccentric strangers on public transportation? [more inside]
Besides NYC, what are the best American cities to live in--for a non-driver? [more inside]
Is there a MetroRail/Bus/MARC accessible BEACH near Washington, D.C.? [more inside]
Need help commuting via public transportation to get from downtown Silver Spring to near BWI Airport/Arundel Mills daily. [more inside]
I saved a puppy from certain death. Now I need help getting home for the holidays. Is it possible and cost-effective to travel from Baltimore, MD to Kalamazoo, MI using only public transportation? [more inside]
How easy is it to get around in Los Angeles? [more inside]
I live in Northern NJ and like to stay out late in NYC. My problem is the train's latest return trip to NJ is at 137am. How can I get home later? Is there a PATH station that has ample parking at night? I'm new to the area and would appreciate the help. Thanks!