Rather than scaling back nighttime infrastructure and services, cities should be on the forefront of leveraging their investments in the evening economy to activate and expand the dimensions of the night.
Two basic points about the planned Center City Streetcar: 1) It's not just a commuter line 2) It will serve working people
Lacking any hard evidence, anti-transit Seattle Times editorial devolves into grand conspiracy theory about pro-transit group.
Another great batch of subway shots...
"...Democrats still control most of the country’s biggest cities. Even that power center, though, is increasingly under attack..."
Low-income workers don't traditionally work at the kind of businesses where ORCA Card programs are available—9-to-5 jobs at large employers versus service industry retail and restaurant jobs with irregular hours.
Liberals say they like progressive taxes. But guess what...?