Transportation

Transportation | Hopelink


From critical trips to kidney dialysis and chemotherapy treatments for cancer patients, to daily trips to Children’s Hospital and for seniors who must have routine medical visits to avoid nursing homes, transportation can make the crucial difference between being homebound and isolated, or healthy and active.

Hopelink Transportation includes three programs: DART Transit, Medicaid Transportation and Mobility Management.

Dart Transit

Hopelink provides public DART Transit through a contract with King County Metro. DART offers bus routes in some neighborhoods using mini buses that can go off regular routes to pick up and drop off passengers. DART operates on a fixed schedule, but one that has more flexibility than regular Metro Transit buses. Standard public transit fare applies to this service.

To schedule a DART ride, please submit a request through the DART Ride Request page, or call 866.261.DART during the specified hours that can be found on the DART Ride

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Las Vegas: Public Transportation – Tripadvisor

Las Vegas provides several public transportation options for visitors.

Las Vegas Monorail

One is the Las Vegas Monorail. This basic rail system provides service along the portion of Las Vegas Boulevard known as the Strip. Trains run from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. Monday-Thursday and until 3:00 a.m. Friday-Sunday. Stations are located at MGM Grand, Bally’s, Flamingo, Harrah’s, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas Hilton and Sahara.  Trains arrive about every five to ten minutes. Pricing options include single fares for $6.00, day passes for $15.00 and three day (72 hour)  passes for $40, a 7- day pass, 168 hours, is $56, or $50.40 if purchased online in advance.  Additionally, there are available passes that may be shared by more than one rider:  $9 for a 2-ride pass and $35 for a 10-ride pass. These passes are valid for one year from first use. Tickets can be purchased at any

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Montana Department of Transportation (MDT)

bicyclists on highway with a car passing them

Motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians are all responsible for safety on Montana’s roadways. Whether driving, bicycling, or walking, everyone must take care, because a collision with a motor vehicle and a bicycle or pedestrian is often deadly.


Here are some tips to safely share the road:


Motorists: Avoid distractions while driving and watch for cyclists and pedestrians, including when entering or exiting parking spaces. Watch for pedestrians and yield to them when they are crossing at uncontrolled intersections or marked crosswalks. When turning, it’s also important to look for bicyclists and pedestrian who may be crossing the street at those intersections.


Bicyclists: Avoid distractions while riding. Increase your visibility by wearing bright colored clothes and use reflective materials and bike lights. Be predictable and use hand signals when changing lanes, stopping and turning. Obey all the same traffic laws as a motor

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Transportation | HDR

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We believe mobility today should improve overall community well-being and quality of life. Each mode of transportation, each location and each agency is unique. In communities big and small, our approach is to understand each client’s vision and design customized mobility solutions that create strong, vibrant communities.

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Throughout the life of a transportation project, we emphasize the importance of data-driven decisions to identify the best solution. Our full-service teams offer complete project life cycle management, from initial capital planning and economic analyses to design and construction management to geospatial data integration and asset management. We also manage large, complex infrastructure programs such as public-private partnerships and design-build projects to help our clients mitigate risks and achieve successful outcomes.

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Autonomous and connected vehicles, transportation electrification, positive train control, smart transit and

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