What the Guidebook is all about.
This stop provides you with everything that you need to know about The Global Transit Guidebook, including how long The Guidebook has been around, how did it come about, staff members, content contributors, spotlight posts, and legalese. If this is your first visit here, I ask that you please read through the Legal Stuff section.
Page was last updated on 09/08/2019.
The Mission of The Global Transit Guidebook
Over the years, my stand-alone blog has evolved into a full-fledged website, providing a unique perspective on public transportation. My mission is to go beyond just professing my love for public transportation, it is to fulfill three basic principles, as stated below…
To help fulfill this mission; I am able to inform current and potential transit customers – as well as transit fans, supporters, and advocates – about how vital public transportation is through history, photos, and information. This includes practical and current rider information for the geographical regions that I cover.
There are several components to this; but I’ll sum things up into three simple phrases by which I go by: Transit Enthusiast, Transit Rider, & Transit Advocate.
This principle is fulfilled by taking photos of transit in action; from bus fleets to transit centers, to special events that showcase the best of transit. Through this, I am also able to share historical information and photos to showcase how various public transit systems were in the past.
This principle is fulfilled by using public transit wherever possible, and as often as possible – even when I travel to other cities. Thus, I’m able to provide transit information from the rider’s perspective and document unique transit experiences along the way. I am then able to help illustrate how people can implement public transit in their daily commutes.
This principle is fulfilled by informing current and potential transit customers alike as to how vital public transit is to their communities, why we all should support and use transit, and why local, state, and federal governments should pay more attention to – and better fund – transit agencies, networks, and projects.
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In the future, I plan to make further updates to this page, so stay tuned!