Deception on the Ballot: San Jose's "Airport Traffic Congestion Creation and Transit Elimination Act"
Recent successes for pedestrians along "expressways"
What Norman Mineta Didn't Say
Santa Clara County Election 2002: Transit Measure Beats Roads Measure, 82% to 74%
Santa Clara Co: Vote NO on Measure B
Dangerous policies of Santa Clara County highway engineers
Stop fare increases!
Workshops for the Bay Area 20-year Transportation Plan
BART to San Jose, and much more
41% for roads passed by 81%, why?
Measure A and B summaries
Future sales taxes
A history of Santa Clara County sales taxes
Highway officials realize more construction is futile
Sacramento Depot: UP's phoney idea
High Speed Rail, not Bay fill !
New CA State laws for pedestrian safety
High Speed Rail Authority holds workshops
Solution for traffic congestion
Sacramento LRT Station to be Named For Wayne Hultgren
Rail Attracts 34 to 43% more patrons than Bus
Dallas Votes for Light Rail by 77%
AC Transit to Decide on LRT
Carpool (HOV) Lanes Are a Failure!
Highway Lobby Declares War on Transit and Traffic Calming
How to Get a Local Gas Tax at the County Level
U.P. to Sacramento: Want a Nice Big Greyhound Terminal?
How to Fight Spam
MTS' search engine
Extend BART from Fremont to San Jose
What will the BART extension cost?
BART Extension to San Jose May Occur "In Our Lifetime" After All
Los Angeles: Another Light Rail line or just a "Busway"?
More Light Rail for Santa Clara Co.
Bay Bridge: More False Claims
Italy by Train
Personal Rapid Transit (PRT)
Sales Tax results in Sonoma County
New Advocacy Groups Complement Role of MTS
Auto use is inflated by distorted economics
Flurry of New State Legislation
Carpool lanes increase pollution!
Trains, Streetcars and Peds. in Holland
While Guideway was probably published soon after 1971, when MTS was founded, the newsletter issues were on paper and mailed out. Akos Szoboszlay was editor from about 1982 to 2003. When I became editor, the paste-up was done by hand and a mimeograph machine was used. After a few years, I was using page layout software when the Mac computer became available and used offset printing.
The Sacramento chapter of MTS had its own newsletter, Moving People, but only two issues of Moving People, were uploaded to the Internet.