Public Transportation

Outraged Riders Say Republican Governor’s Bus System Has Left Them Stranded

June 27, 2017

Emotions boiled over at the Baltimore War Memorial as bus riders blasted a new system that promised to improve transit times

Uber: Cheap Ride Alternative or Death Knell for Cabbies?

July 29, 2014

Longtime taxi driver advocate Nathan Price argues that because Uber is not subject to the same regulations and taxes, its lower prices are destroying the livelihoods of taxi drivers

Reality Asserts Itself - Vijay Prashad

August 8, 2013
In part two of Reality Asserts Itself, Paul Jay and Vijay Prashad discuss the limits imposed on questioning the roots of inequality and how those who own the majority of property set the terms for everyone else

Brazil Protests

July 17, 2013
The PT government has tried to please the financial elites and gradually reduce poverty, but with public services in crisis, right-wing parties are attempting to use the public’s discontent to their advantage

Latin America

June 18, 2013
Protest against bus fare increase sparked nationwide protest movement demanding systemic change

Separate Bus Lines for Palestinians and for Colonists in the West Bank

April 16, 2013

During the global protests known as “Israel Apartheid Week,” the Israeli government launched a segregated bus service, forcing Palestinians in the West Bank to travel only on buses designated to them