Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Seattle city council candidate calls for #freetransit

Friday, January 4, 2019

Fare-free #publictransit suggestion for Seattle area

As a community, Seattle has been struggling with numerous issues like income equality, our world-class congestion, and the regressive nature of our tax system. One way to effectively deal with these issues is by implementing a fare-free transit system.
A fare-free system can quickly and significantly allow low-income people to have more disposable income, reduce traffic congestion by getting more commuters on buses, and reduce the regressive nature of our high sales taxes.

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Salt Lake City should make #publictransit fare-free

sltrib.com  I recently spent a few days in Park City. I discovered the city bus system there is free to all passengers. You can be a tourist, a student or just a local resident, and you ride the bus at no charge. Cache Valley Transit in Logan operates the same program — public transportation at no charge

If we are serious about getting people out of their cars and into public transportation, let’s make our public transportation free to ride. There are all kinds of benefits to this program: cleaner air, fewer cars on the streets and freeways and better utilization of public transportation.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

#freetransit for Seattle HS students

curbed.com Mayor Jenny Durkan has officially signed the “Orca Opportunity” plan, which will provide free bus passes to Seattle Public Schools high school students and Seattle Promise scholars at Seattle Colleges. The Seattle City Council passed the legislation on Monday in a unanimous vote.

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Seattle moves one step closer to free transit for all public high-school students

The Seattle Times: "The Seattle City Council moved Tuesday to give free public-transit passes to all Seattle public high-school students, shuffling around funds that voters approved in 2014 to expand bus service.

The City Council’s transportation committee approved Mayor Jenny Durkan’s proposal to spend up to $7 million a year on the ORCA Opportunity program, which would give free bus and light-rail access to students."