Nine express routes on the chopping block.
Fares from $1.50 to $1.75.
Please call the capitol message line at 1-800-372-7181 and ask your legislators to support Kentucky's Complete Streets bill, SB 133. It will soon be heard in front of the Senate Transportation Committee. Finally, go fill out this survey so you can communicate with the other supporters.
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The project is supposedly proceeding this spring, after the Sherman Minton reopens.
Thanks to the more than three score people who came out that night to support the project!
Don't forget to sign the petition.
Some supporters of the project / Courtesy Kirk Kandle
This online petition is being organized through Tina Ward-Pugh's office. Please take a moment to sign it.
Some businesses are attempting to organize against the Brownsboro Road Diet.
|Who||You and all the friends you're about to invite...
|What||Rock the 9th District Community Forum|
|When||Wednesday, Jan 25th
Forum starts: 6:00 pm
Diet topic starts: 6:20~6:30 pm?
Kentucky School for the Blind Auditorium
1867 Frankfort Avenue
(TARC #15, #19)
|Why||Walking without Fear|
|How||Applaud the presentation. Wear one of our stickers. If there's opportunity to comment, come forward and say "I Support the Sidewalk and Road Diet."|
Meetings are open to the public, and are usually the third wednesday of the month, 6:00-7:15 PM.
Feburary and March: main library, basement meeting room across the hall from the elevator.
April through December: Crescent Hill Library (note: second Wednesday in Nov & Dec)
CART has undergone some significant changes in the last few months of 2011 and will start the new year with a new President, and a new Attorney representing us on the Bridges Project issues.
Ron Schneider, who had been CART's president for several years, resigned in November, and David Coyte was elected to replace him at the December board meeting. Ron is retired from Kentucky government where he worked in the Division of Air Quality and for the Transportation Cabinet.
He oversaw a review of CART's bylaws and pushed for a more disciplined CART presence. Ron still serves as the Kentucky Representative to the National Association of Rail Passengers and we look forward to working with him in that capacity.
The Kentucky Division for Air Quality will conduct a public hearing on Feb. 3, 2012 at 10 a.m. ET in the conference room of the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District, 850 Barret Ave., Louisville, Ky.
This hearing is being held to receive comments on a proposed State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision to redesignate the Kentucky portion of the Louisville, Kentucky-Indiana area from nonattainment to attainment for the annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard to address sections 107 and 175A of the Clean Air Act (CAA). If no request for a public hearing is received, the hearing will be cancelled.
Further information can be obtained by calling Leslie Eggen at the number below or email at email@example.com.
Go to http://air.ky.gov/Pages/PublicNoticesandHearings.aspx to download the entire document.
"Google Maps makes public transportation easy"
I tried it and it worked for me.
Read all about it at this TARC page.