- UTA travel: Spanning the globe - Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
The Utah Transit Authority is all about travel, but this is ridiculous. The transit agency spent $610,840 on out-of-state travel in the past year and a half.
A goodly chunk of that traveling money — $79,625 — went to trips for now-retired CEO John Inglish and General Manager Mike Allegra. ...
... Did we mention that their fares also increased substantially while the UTA was pleading poverty due to higher fuel costs and reduced income from sales taxes?
But they were little people. You know, the ones who pay taxes. Or fares. Make that both. ...
- City, RTA should be realistic about streetcar timeline - (Tucson) Arizona Daily Star Editorial
- MTA payroll tax or not, New Yorkers still pay - Newsday (Long Island, New York) Editorial
Saying that a court ruling this week invalidating the MTA payroll tax is a victory for taxpayers is like saying your right pocket won without mentioning that your left pocket lost. ...
And, hey!, another trip for the UTA:- Buses will get Wellington moving - Dominion Post (New Zealand) Post Editorial
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