Transit

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Green Line (WMATA) - History of The Green Line
... attempted to forecast both freeway and mass transit systems sufficient to meet the needs of the region projected for 1980 ... In 1959, the study's final report included two rapid transit lines which anticipated subways in downtown Washington. 1968, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) board approved its 98-mile (158 km) Adopted Regional System (ARS) which included the Green Line ...
Transit - Other Uses
... Transit, Canadian shoe retailer now operating under the name Spring. ...
Greater Richmond Transit Company - Ownership and Management - Management History
... to hold a controlling interest in GRTC Transit Services, Inc ... ATE itself was acquired by First Transit, the largest bus operating company in North America, a division of FirstGroup plc, a Scottish company ... First Transit also owns Laidlaw Transit, the contractor which has operated GRTC's paratransit services since the late 1980s ...
Greater Richmond Transit Company
... The Greater Richmond Transit Company, known locally as GRTC, is a local government-owned public service company which operates an urban-suburban bus line based in ... and Chesterfield with a fleet of over 200 diesel-powered transit buses operating approximately 40 routes ... and resources principally provided by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (VDRPT), and local funds ...
VIA Metropolitan Transit
... VIA Metropolitan Transit (or simply VIA) is the mass transit agency serving San Antonio, Texas, USA ... It began operation in 1978 as a successor to the San Antonio Transit System ... are organized with the Amalgamated Transit Union ...

Famous quotes containing the word transit:

    We only seem to learn from Life that Life doesn’t matter so much as it seemed to do—it’s not so burningly important, after all, what happens. We crawl, like blinking sea-creatures, out of the Ocean onto a spur of rock, we creep over the promontory bewildered and dazzled and hurting ourselves, then we drop in the ocean on the other side: and the little transit doesn’t matter so much.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    My esoteric doctrine, is that if you entertain any doubt, it is safest to take the unpopular side in the first instance. Transit from the unpopular, is easy ... but from the popular to the unpopular is so steep and rugged that it is impossible to maintain it.
    William Lamb Melbourne, 2nd Viscount (1779–1848)

    There’s that popular misconception of man as something between a brute and an angel. Actually man is in transit between brute and God.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)