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Amanda Ruggeri of Revealed Rome shares some tips on how to use Rome's public transportation.
1. Using the Metro - buying tickets, how getting lost is VERY hard to do, avoiding pickpockets, why there are so many stairs to get to the platform, and prices.
2. Cabs - hailing a cab, prices, avoiding the scams. I know cabs aren't public transportation, but it's important to talk about them.
3. Buses - where to buy your tickets, not getting fin
Every generation has its own set of behaviors and norms. On this episode of Xerox radio, we discuss how the millennial generation will have a profound impact on the transportation industry. This generation’s behavioral trends will be a game changer for America’s transportation network – forcing it to become less dependent on the automobile and placing a higher value on public transit and other modes of transportation, like biking and walking.
Episode guest, Parker Williams, senior vice president of Transportation Solutions at Xerox has over 30 years of public and private sector transportation experience. Parker will discuss several ways that millennials are changing the industry by choosing to move in very different ways from their Baby Boomer and Generation X peers.
America in the 1800'S. The vast and impenetrable landscape made travel difficult and as a result people tended to live very local lives. But over the next hundred years, roads were built, canals dug, rivers improved, and rails laid, which allowed Americans to spread out and conquer the continent.Road construction was one of the first improvements in American infrastructure. Major cities in the northeast were often connected by post roads, which at first were little more than dirt trails but later were improved with gravel or wooden planks. Travel on these roads was slow going - the trip from Boston to New York, for example, could take up to 3 days by stage coach.Between 1900 and 1950, the United States paved the way to its future. Local, state and federal dollars built millions of miles of roads, opening up new worlds to those who traveled along them.You might think car and truck owners were the force behind good roads. But the first paved roads were a result of a very different lobby. Bicyclists wanted smooth streets for an easier ride. And health reformers fought for them because they were easier to clean than dirt or cobblestone—an important consideration when horses produced over one million pounds of manure a day in some cities. Later, farmers pushed for roads to get their goods to market and truckers lobbied for them between cities.The modern era of roads didn’t begin until 1956 when President Eisenhower signed into law the federal aid highway act. How is can this improve our economy. Reed Chambers to weigh in. For more information on this show go to ladylibertyinstitute log onto our forum here: youthforindependence watch us here: https://www.youtube.com/user/Libertyactionnetwork
Geenah Saahir and Shirley Moseley with speak directly to the African American Community in Winston-Salem. Shirley will discuss the growing rate of Suicide in the Black community and how it is affecting us. Her Grandson wrote an article in the Chronicle Newspaper in Winston-Salem. Geenah will discuss the need for a change in Black radio, news you can use and not just music. We will have a grand time with this discussion.
Join BluPrint when we interview Craig M. Muckle, public affairs and government relations guru who will enlighten our listening audience on public relations, public relations strategy and the importance of management counseling as it relates to policy decisions, communication and taking into account public opinion and the organization's social and citizenship duties.
Craig is the manager, public affairs and government relations for the Eastern Division of Safeway, one of North America’s largest grocery retailers, and has served in that role since August 1997. He is responsible for media, government, community and consumer relations activities for all 130 Safeway stores located in the mid-Atlantic region (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.) and is an Adjunct Professor at Howard University.
This will be a very exciting segment and we look forward to your joining us.
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Florida Voter Alert!
Seek the Truth and Face the Truth. Then we can save Florida and America.
Vote No on Amendment 1 - Florida Land Grab
Stop Common Core Education - The Indoctrination of the next Generation of Americans.
Florida Notary Public - Demand Criminal Background Checks and full Accountablity.
Stop Expansion of the Orlando Orange County Expressway Authority.
Stop Excessive Taxation of Highway Infrastructure - Toll Taxes
Stop Public Private Partnerships - The Collusion of Government and the Private Sector.
Stop Transportation Corruption
Stop Quazi Governmental Public Boards - Non-Elected Individuals Writing Public Policy. This power must be reserved for elected Public Servants.
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