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|align="center" colspan="2"| <big>'''Feature photo September 2015'''</big>
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|align="center" colspan="2"| <big>'''Feature photo November 2015'''</big>
 
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|align="center" colspan="2"| [[File:San Francisco MUNI 5300-a.jpg|400px]]
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|align="center" colspan="2"| [[File:Agence métropolitaine de transport 1367-a.jpg|400px]]
 
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|align="left" colspan="2"| [[San Francisco MUNI]] will be hosting its Heritage Weekend on September 26 and 27. As part of the event, passengers will be treated to rides on historic cables cars, streetcars, and buses. For more details, visit [https://www.sfmta.com/node/144521 sfmta.com].
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|align="left" colspan="2"| This month, Quebec's Transport Minister introduced Bill 76 which would dissolve the [[Agence métropolitaine de transport]] and replace it with two new agencies: the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain and the Réseau de transport métropolitain. The former will be tasked with planing and coordination, while the latter will be tasked with operation which includes commuter trains and the [[CIT]]s in the outer suburbs.  
 
Want to nominate a photo? See: [[Talk:Feature Photo|Feature photo nominations]]. Also see: [[Feature Photo Archive|past feature photos]].
 
Want to nominate a photo? See: [[Talk:Feature Photo|Feature photo nominations]]. Also see: [[Feature Photo Archive|past feature photos]].
 
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Revision as of 23:29, 16 November 2015

Feature photo November 2015
Agence métropolitaine de transport 1367-a.jpg
This month, Quebec's Transport Minister introduced Bill 76 which would dissolve the Agence métropolitaine de transport and replace it with two new agencies: the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain and the Réseau de transport métropolitain. The former will be tasked with planing and coordination, while the latter will be tasked with operation which includes commuter trains and the CITs in the outer suburbs.

Want to nominate a photo? See: Feature photo nominations. Also see: past feature photos.

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