The number of jobs along Cleveland’s Euclid Avenue Health-Line bus route has doubled since it started running, according to an article in the Plain-Dealer.
As more young adults choose mass transit, TV shows follow the trend. Here’s an article from NPR.org.
This article proves what we have been suggesting for a long time — transit systems are economic development dynamos! Why not Erie?
Here is an article in the Miami Herald that describes the difficulties that older people face when they are living in the suburbs.
Our Executive Director, Brian Pitzer, was interviewed by the New Castle News about All Aboard Erie’s efforts to conduct a feasibility study on High Speed Rail between Erie and Pittsburgh.
The Beaver County Times and the Ellwood City Ledger each published this article which tells about All Aboard Erie’s effort to conduct a study of the feasibility of a high-speed rail corridor between Erie and Pittsburgh.
A Public Hearing will be conducted by Erie County Council on December 1, 2015, at 5:30 p.m. at the Hirt Auditorium of the Blasco Memorial Library, 160 East Front Street, Erie, PA, to hear public comment on Erie County’s intention … Continue reading →
We’ve met our KickStarter goal, and then some – the final amount is $5,200.00; however, the entire study will cost $25,000, so contributions are still welcomed and needed. You can donate through any Widget Financial office. If we would make … Continue reading →
Preparing for the Future of Erie County’s Public Transportation Join us on Saturday October 17th at 1:00 in the Conference Room of the Hamot Heart Institute (2nd and Holland) for our annual Membership Meeting. We will have several local leaders … Continue reading →
EMTA and All Aboard Erie promoted Dump the Pump Day on June 18th 2015, by posting encouraging messages on Facebook.