At-Home Activities To Share With Your kids

Voices for Public Transit is offering a few home-school activities that use public transportation to enrich verbal, spatial, memory, mathematical, and analytical skill.


Where We’re Headed

Public transit investment starts with voters and lawmakers who understand what’s at stake—and what’s possible. Learn more about the issues we’re advocating on.


Share Your Story

Share how you use public transportation, how it benefits you and the people you know, and why you're participating in Voices for Public Transit.

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Stand Up and Show Your Support

Every trip on public transit meets a need or provides an opportunity—reducing traffic congestion, creating jobs, conserving energy. Show your support for public transit investment.


Join the movement

Voices for Public Transit will keep you informed about critical public transit issues—and provide you with opportunities to take action.

Voters Overwhelmingly Support Public Transportation

Nov. 19, 2020

Public transit won big on the ballot this year, with results across the country showing that voters overwhelmingly support transit issues and investments in their communities. Voters approved 15 of 18 local ballot measures supporting public transit in the general election—adding to 32 measures passed earlier this year.


Covid-19 Election

Support Public Transit in the Elections

Oct. 15, 2020

Public transportation will appear on ballots in regions all across the country—and your vote counts. You may be able to support public transit with your vote in more than one way.


Covid-19 Election

Public Transportation Faces a Perfect Storm

Sep. 16, 2020

American public transportation systems are facing a perfect storm: $32 billion in COVID-19 emergency funding is urgently needed to maintain safe, reliable operations that enable essential healthcare, pharmacy, grocery, utility, and other workers get to their jobs. Long-term transportation funding expires on September 30 and we need to maintain and repair our current public transit systems. We still need a bold infrastructure plan the enables our growing nation to get around in the years ahead. We need Congress to tackle all of these priorities, beginning with emergency funding.


Does public transportation matter to you? Make your voice heard.