Indeed, where is the traffic master plan?If you take time to read the 25-page injunction order of Judge Caridad Lutero on the provincial bus ban, one thing stands out. She wanted proof that the proposed provincial bus ban sought by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) would translate into public good. The drift of her inquiry was on the would-be beneficial impact of the ban on the broader society, on commuters, first and foremost. As part of government, just like any country-loving citizen, she wanted to help government ease the crippling and costly metropolitan traffic. The problem was this: the two agencies failed to present a compelling case for the bus ban. The “ public good “ referred to by the two agencies was more in the realm of an imagined good, the bus ban being the equivalent of a magic wand that would ease metro traffic overnight. Moreover, the figures on EDSA vehicle … [Read more...] about Indeed, where is the traffic master plan?
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By Blair Shiff Published July 30, 2019 U.S. Economy FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Detroit: By the numbers How does Detroit's economy compare to the rest of the nation? With the second Democratic debate taking place in Detroit, Michigan, Tuesday and Wednesday, FOX Business is taking a look at the economy of the Motor City. Continue Reading Below Detroit has about 670,000 residents, of which about 38 percent are white and 53 percent are black. About 83 percent of Detroit at least graduated high school and more than 16 percent have their bachelor's degree or higher. However, the national average of at least a bachelor's degree is closer to 32 percent, nearly double what Detroit has. Detroit, Michigan, USA - streets of east side Detroit. The median income level of Detroit is just above $35,000 while the nationwide average is more than $57,000. In fact, the percentage of Detroit residents who are living below … [Read more...] about Detroit’s economy: Where is the money in the Motor City?
There is less than a week to go until London Pride 2019, when the capital is set to host a parade that is bigger and brighter than any that have gone before it. Last year around 1m people attended the event as people from London and beyond participated in the capital’s biggest LGBT+ celebration. But this year’s event is set to be even more popular. More than 300 floats are due to take part in the parade with music, dancing and more on show as London celebrates its LGBTQ+ communities with a flourish. While the parade itself only lasts until the evening, there are plenty of celebrations that will go on well into the early hours for the most hardcore of Pride fans. Read on to find out everything you need to know about the parade, events and outfits that will make London Pride 2019 the most memorable Pride celebration so far. When is London Pride 2019 set to take place? PIC But there will be plenty of parties and celebrations around the main event. Those include a Cabaret Stage … [Read more...] about London Pride 2019: Where is the parade and when does it start?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Economy Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Economy | Government Shutdown Is Over, So Where Is the Economic Data? Supported by ByBen Casselman Jan. 28, 2019 The government is back. Government data, however, will have to wait awhile. The partial government shutdown left forecasters, investors and policymakers without much of the data they rely on — just as concerns were mounting that the United States’ decade-long economic expansion could be nearing its end. Now the shutdown is over. But it will take government statisticians time to collect and analyze figures for retail sales, manufacturing, housing and other parts of the economy that were delayed during the monthlong pause in operations. The Commerce Department will almost certainly be forced to delay the release of estimates of gross domestic product for the fourth quarter, scheduled for … [Read more...] about Government Shutdown Is Over, So Where Is the Economic Data?
Claire Galofaro, Ap National Writer Updated 9:11 pm PST, Sunday, January 27, 2019 Christine Gagnon, of Southington, Conn., holds a sign during a protest with others who have lost loved ones to OxyContin and Opioid overdoses at the Purdue Pharma headquarters in Stamford, Conn., on Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. Gagnon lost her son Michael 13 months earlier. less Christine Gagnon, of Southington, Conn., holds a sign during a protest with others who have lost loved ones to OxyContin and Opioid overdoses at the Purdue Pharma headquarters in Stamford, Conn., on Friday, ... more Photo: Jessica Hill, AP Photo: Jessica Hill, AP Image 1 of / 24 Caption Close Image 1 of 24 Christine Gagnon, of Southington, Conn., holds a sign during a protest with others who have lost loved ones to OxyContin and … [Read more...] about Moms of the dead from drugs: “Where is the outrage for us?”