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Interesting events for the vehicle-challenged and their allies. There are so many interesting events and venues in the Bay Area that are close to public transit, and we thought it was about time to promote them! If you are in the 20s-40s age range an

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BART Riders
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Public transit has the potential to be awesome, moving us around our city quickly and easily. But sometimes it really sucks. Buses are never on time, routes can be unfamiliar, and connections are difficult. On the other hand, taxis are too expensive,­

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Transportation Geeks
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Welcome to the Georgia Chapter of the Sierra Club! You're here because, like over 11,000 of your friends and neighbors, you want a safe and healthy community in which to live, smart energy solutions to combat global warming, and an enduring legacy fo

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Sierrans
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Code for Maine is the local affiliate of Code for America. Code for America enlists the talent of the web industry into public service to use their skills to solve core problems facing our communities. We help passionate technologists leverage the po

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Civic Innovators
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We hold and support many activities along the lines of Green Culture, Permaculture, Free Culture, and are working on establishing ValleyGreen (a greenspace) and to progressing yesterday's "Silicon Valley" to tomorrow's Green Tek Valley. Translating t

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greens
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A group to discuss public transit in Toronto and all over the world. We are interested in subways, light rails, commuter trains, trams, and transit buses. If it has to do with getting around a major city, we want to talk about it! Hope there are othe

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Riders
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Join AORTA! The Association of Oregon Rail and Transit Advocates is a 501(c)(3) non-profit citizen advocacy group working to educate the public about the need for safe, fiscally responsible, environmentally sound transportation since 1976. It is also

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An eclectic community of loyal and first-timer public transit riders seeking like-minded support and/or wishing to provide feedback (inquiries, raves, and rants all equally welcome) regarding transit options in the metro Frederick, MD region. (Note:

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April 27, 2014

A group to discuss public transit in Toronto and all over the world. We are interested in subways, light rails, commuter trains, trams, and transit buses. If it has to do with getting around a major city, we want to talk about it! Hope there are othe

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Riders
April 21, 2014

Welcome to the Georgia Chapter of the Sierra Club! You're here because, like over 11,000 of your friends and neighbors, you want a safe and healthy community in which to live, smart energy solutions to combat global warming, and an enduring legacy fo

157
Sierrans
March 18, 2014

Interesting events for the vehicle-challenged and their allies. There are so many interesting events and venues in the Bay Area that are close to public transit, and we thought it was about time to promote them! If you are in the 20s-40s age range an

252
BART Riders
November 12, 2013

An eclectic community of loyal and first-timer public transit riders seeking like-minded support and/or wishing to provide feedback (inquiries, raves, and rants all equally welcome) regarding transit options in the metro Frederick, MD region. (Note:

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Member
March 18, 2013

Code for Maine is the local affiliate of Code for America. Code for America enlists the talent of the web industry into public service to use their skills to solve core problems facing our communities. We help passionate technologists leverage the po

51
Civic Innovators
October 8, 2012
Private

We hold and support many activities along the lines of Green Culture, Permaculture, Free Culture, and are working on establishing ValleyGreen (a greenspace) and to progressing yesterday's "Silicon Valley" to tomorrow's Green Tek Valley. Translating t

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greens
August 17, 2012

Join AORTA! The Association of Oregon Rail and Transit Advocates is a 501(c)(3) non-profit citizen advocacy group working to educate the public about the need for safe, fiscally responsible, environmentally sound transportation since 1976. It is also

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Members
October 29, 2011

Public transit has the potential to be awesome, moving us around our city quickly and easily. But sometimes it really sucks. Buses are never on time, routes can be unfamiliar, and connections are difficult. On the other hand, taxis are too expensive,­

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Transportation Geeks
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