Latest TRIP Stories

2013-01-22 23:02:52

The staff of TRIP will talk candidly about their day-to-day experiences running the model service that provides more than 9,000 volunteer trips for disabled and aging residents across the 7,200 square mile service area each month- the good, the bad and the ugly Riverside, CA (PRWEB) January 22, 2013 Four employees of the TRIP Program in Riverside County California are responsible for making sure that more than 9,000 trips are provided for more than 500 transit dependent but underserved...

2011-08-25 14:13:29

New study finds our expectations of a lengthy initial trip make the return trip seem shorter After returning from holiday, it's likely you felt that the journey home by plane, car or train went much quicker than the outward journey, even though in fact both distances and journey are usually the same. So why the difference? According to a new study by Niels van de Ven and his colleagues it seems that many people find that, when taking a trip, the way back seems shorter. Their findings,...

2011-04-14 12:52:00

BATAVIA, Ohio, April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Releasing a new report that finds poor road conditions cost Ohio motorists and businesses billions annually, a broad business coalition launched a statewide push for new federal transportation investments and legislation. The Ohio Chamber of Commerce, Ohio Contractors Association, Transportation Construction Coalition and Americans for Transportation Mobility, said during Columbus and Cincinnati-area news conferences that Congress should pass...

2008-09-05 09:00:24

By Telma Marotto Bloomberg News SkyWest Inc., the Utah-based operator of commuter flights for larger airlines, has agreed to invest $30 million in Brazilian carrier Trip Linhas Aereas, to enter a market that's expanding as incomes rise. The investment will come in three parts through February 2010, when SkyWest will have a stake of as much as 20 percent, the Brazilian airline told reporters Thursday in Sao Paulo. The stake SkyWest is buying in Trip is the maximum a foreign company can...

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