I would like to know the best cities for public transportation outside of the obvious. [more inside]
Is it possible/practical to get from downtown San Francisco (near the corner of 2nd and Howard street) to Muir Woods on public transportation? Details inside. [more inside]
Why is Amtrak not profitable despite massive subsidies? And just how environmentally friendly is Amtrak? [more inside]
I'm sick of Oklahoma, sick of cold and snow, sick of everything to do with this place. I want out of the state, but cant' decide where to go next. Over the last few years I've lived in San Diego, Orlando, Cocoa Beach, the Chicago area, Tulsa Ok, and originally the Phoenix area. Most of my moves have been prompted by having a friend with a couch willing to pick me up from the Greyhound station, but this time I'd like to go somewhere completely new and for the first time truly start over on my own. [more inside]
Where are the *newer* public transportation systems in the US (implemented, let's say, within the 2000s)? [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]
[Chicagofilter] Is it possible to search for businesses near an entire El line, rather than just an individual stop?
How easy or hard is it to travel from London to Edinburgh on either train or bus when compared to a quick flight as an option? Is the experience worth the time and how does the cost versus hassle play out?
I'm thinking of flying into San Francisco (SFO), renting a car, driving up the coast, and flying home from Portland. I'll spend a few days in the city before heading north. I want to avoid renting the car either at the airport or in the city. (This is a fun trip. Driving in San Francisco is never fun for me.) I've rented before from a small Hertz shop within walking distance of the ferry landing in Sausalito. Are there other rental car shops within equally easy reach from public transportation or a cab from the city into Marin?
Where can I hike and camp this Saturday and Sunday, within 2-3 hours or so of NY and accesible by public transport? [more inside]
Can public transit be reinvented to meet America's needs? [more inside]
Amtrak Train Holiday Filter question: does a "sold-out" train ever get new tickets available? [more inside]
What's the best way to get from far south bay into downtown San Francisco early in the morning, without owning a car? [more inside]
How far from New York City can one get solely by using public transport? [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!