#TrIP_Roanoke: Take the Bus to Roanoke Valley’s Future by Jeremy Holmes

On the morning of March 27, commuters on the early morning Star Line Trolley run were surprised when a passenger brought out her violin and began to play. An otherwise drab trip along downtown Roanoke’s Jefferson Street corridor was momentarily brightened into a space for music and entertainment. Meanwhile, two Valley Metro buses were trundling […]

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TrIP Goes to Roanoke #TrIP_Roanoke

Marginal Arts Festival Yields Unique Public Transit Project By Lisa Fenderson Once again, Downtown Roanoke is hosting the Marginal Arts Festival, the weekend-long festival that features the best of alternative arts. One artist participating in the festival this year is using public transit as a means of art interpretation. (Listen to the full story by Lisa Fenderson). Patrick Greene […]

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TrIP: The Knight Fantastic – A Journalist Finds Her Story by Nikki Namdar #TrIP_Orlando #publictransportation

Nikki Namdar currently lives in Sanford, Florida, and writes and photographs for local publications. She is completing a degree in English, with a minor in mass communications, at the University of Central Florida, where she is a junior. I’m going to ride the bus. No fixed destination in mind. Just going to ride wherever it […]

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