Today the BRU Street Theater presented a piece on the impacts of two sets of MTA Bus Service Cuts on bus riders. The piece 'Francisca y la muerte/Death
Searching Francisca' invites you, the spectator to become an actor and call
Sup. Mark-Ridley Thomas asking him to take a stand to stop the
See video here and learn how to take action here
As MTA prepares to cut another set of over 300,000 hours of bus service, the Bus Riders Union has been on the offensive. Read on to see how despite how MTA slices it, their proposed service cuts and recent fare increases are rolling back Civil Rights!
by April Wong
Current proposal would eliminate 11 bus lines, truncate or reduce 16 others, and wipe out 5% of total bus system
The MTA is currently proposing another round of steep cuts to bus serv
Report on Feb. 1st All Region Hearing on the bus service cuts
Let's be clear: the MTA has declared war on a half million Black, Brown, Asian and working class bus riders.
Just one and a half months after this last round of devastating bus service cuts, the MTA has aimed their battle axe at another 27 lines- 11 being proposed for elimination and another 16 to be reduced...
At today's City Council, the 6-year campaign for Wilshire Bus Only Lanes returned to City Hall. We made an excellent showing and came away with a mixed result...
Here's the press release for today's action, "Star Wars Episode I: The Westside Menace" where we re-cast the events surrounding the fate of the Wilshire Bus-Only Lane project to the theme of the forces of Good and Evil in the Star Wars universe. The Bus-Only Lanes Jedi Council, consisting of Bus Riders Union, environmentalists, transportation advocates, and students, held a press conference, action and street theatre this morning in front of the County Supervisors Building...
In the first successful action of its kind in the nation, Bay Area
members of Transit Riders for Public Transportation (TRPT), Public
Advocates and Urban Habitat, filed a civil rights complaint to stop
$70M in stimulus funds from being allocated to the $500-billion
boondoggle rail project, the Oakland Airport Connector project (OAC).