theKingstonCorridor

Make the Kingston Corridor a complete street in 2010 ok, 2011! ok already! ¬†2012! totally a new day for Kingston! OK, then how about a shuttle bus? 2013? ūüôā 2014? 2015, 2016, 2017?
Consider just the changes on that corridor, the Suny Campus, the Rail Trail, UPAC park, Paving of Clinton Avenue into Uptown (and all the uptown business) and the Smorgasbord and the Waterfront and Build a better Broadway and the coming traffic circle and the lack of public transportation between an historical city and the outlying malls:  all of the traffic and no public transportation of any consequence.

WELCOME to MY DIGITAL LEGACY

I will do as directed and “type to choose a block”
I don’t know what this is. Is this “MY” digital legacy? It shows the Kingston Corridor above. Looks like I have full text formatting and flow and I think I can put images in there
So I can take images from at least the Kingston Corridor.

Kingston Corridor Shuttle

That there¬†be a shuttle service defined to operate on the Kingston Corridor, Kingston’s “Main Street”…

1) The route: the Kingston Corridor Shuttle runs from Washington Avenue to the Rondout following the Kingston Corridor as defined in KingstonCorridor.com.  It is a 3 mile route connecting uptown, midtown, the rondout
2) Service levels: twobusses run the path giving the interbus waiting time to be about 15 minutes or less. (In special cases, these numbers could be decreased or increased, depending on the service level required with proper public notice of any delays in schedule from the 15 minute intervale.
3) Schedules: for special events, weekends, and regular services…
a) the shuttle runs on special event days, which can include the farmers market, various uptown, midtown, rondout holidays and celebrations.
b) the shuttle always runs the full route, with it’s hours of operation noted
c) the shuttle service can be paid for as a package from Kingston Transportation, and can be purchased in 4 hour packages of operations.  The event and the sponsor will be noted clearly on each bus
d) no regular scheduled service is provided absent the some determination of additional benefit vis a vis costs and ridership is determined.
3) Fees: the fee can be posted and may be
a) free, paid for by the sponsor
b) fixed fee for all day on and off use (to be determined)
c) based on the full fare, there is a reduced fee of $1 for any special groups, eg students, seniors, indigent…
4) consistent route: it is important the the shuttle follow a consistent route and that special route changes for events minimal if any: when the shuttle runs it operates for all the citizens in a reliable, predictable manner as well as serving the event…
kingston corridor shuttle bus

Editorial: Kingston Corridor as the face of our village…

A loose confederacy of good will and good wishes, polite discourse with room for animated forms but excluding rude, mean, destructive. ¬†Where people identify themselves as part of the village, and meet with visitors and guests and residents coming from the space of “village”. ¬†Villagers are versed in the lore and features and government and education, public spaces of the city, hands on when they can be, publicly grateful for the contributions of others, proud of their own when they get the chance and find the time.

It’s definitely a place for a villager to be seen: their presence always makes a place look nice. ¬†When they say “It takes a village” that says a whole lot about just what a village is.