The State of San Diegos Public Transportation
Tuesday, June 5, 2007
(Photo: Bus holding bikes at 3rd and Broadway Street, Josette Herdell/KPBS)
Alison St John (Guest Host): How much longer does it take you to get to work now, than say two years ago?
Have you noticed any change? Do you wonder how much longer it will take you two years from now? Have you ever, even once, in a moment of adventure, or desperation, tried the trolley or the train? Or is that out of the question for you? And if so why? Here are some of the questions we'll chew on today on These Days .
We're talking public transport; a word that is a dead end in some people's minds and the only hope for the future in others.
The North County Transit District will open the SPRINTER light rail line between Escondido and Oceanside this December. To learn more about BREEZE bus route changes, public workshops and open houses, visit http://gonctd.com .
- Paul Jablonski, CEO of the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS).
- Rick Howard, deputy executive director for the North County Transit District (NCTD).
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