I regularly run into a semi embarrassing situation when offering my seat to someone on the bus, and I would prefer to give both myself and the stranger in question easier outs. [more inside]
What are the arguments for and against method of transportation as a protected class? [more inside]
Early May revelry-filled weekend excursion from NYC to Montreal for a group of roughly 12 20-somethings. We see time advantages to flying (provided all goes smoothly) but cost disadvantages. We see cost advantages to driving ourselves, but would like to minimize our personal stress and maximize fun. We see personal stress and maximum fun advantages to being driven, but have no experience with long-distance transporation charter and are unclear on whether this would be cheaper than flying. Any suggestions / experiences?
Round-trip from NYC to Atlanta, GA for under $200? On Labor Day weekend? [more inside]
I need to transport about 30 people half a mile in downtown Chicago very cheaply. It seems like the cheapest thing to do is just get 10 cabs since it's expensive to hire a bus or party-van-thing for one short trip. I was wondering if anyone had any different suggestions or have tried to orchestrate something similar.
What's the best way to get from La Guardia airport (LGA) to Stamford, CT during the evening rush hour? A lot of details inside. [more inside]
Google transport and Houston's crappy metro map won't route me from Hobby airport to downtown. This can't be right. Can it? [more inside]
what jobs are out there in transportation planning for the liberal artsy type just out of college + wandering back home to Boston? [more inside]
Cheapest way to get to Newark airport from the city? [more inside]
What are the cheapest ways to get from Newark, Delaware, to New York City? [more inside]
What's the best way for a non-driver to get from central/downtown Los Angeles to Ontario Airport on a Tuesday?
What's the best way for a non-driver to get from central/downtown Los Angeles to Ontario Airport on a Tuesday? [more inside]
Long-distance bus service in many countries is often pretty good, and there are multiple carriers - especially in many low to middle income countries. In the US, there are only two real major players (Greyhound and Peter Pan, which work together), and then a bunch of short haul operators like the many DC-NYC express buses. Does anyone know much regarding the economics of the long-distance bus industry? [more inside]
Connecticut Public Transportation Filter: Has anyone used Seatbus? [more inside]
What New York City bus routes are the most scenic? [more inside]
What is the quickest/cheapest way to get from Dana Point, California to San Diego? [more inside]
A bus for students that goes to major cities? [more inside]
What's the easiest/quickest/cheapest way to get from Pittsburgh to Washington, PA without a car? [more inside]
I am looking for a cheap way to travel from Austin, TX to Huntsville, AL. One-way flights are $200+ on Orbitz. So far Greyhound looks like my best bet at around $60. I guess I'm wondering if anyone can offer any alternatives to these options. Is there any type of legal (or practical) way to hitchhike or maybe a cheaper bus fare? [more inside]
Bus Driver Filter - Any one know a long distance bus driver? [mi] [more inside]
Where are tour buses, like the kind bands travel around on, supposed to dump their septic tanks? This obviously isn't the proper method, so where?