How many times have you been stuck behind a driver who feels it's necessary to travel below or right at the speed limit, but they're firmly planted in the left or fast lane? Well, if a cop sees them stacking up traffic, they can be cited.
So much buzz has been surrounding the pilot plan starting soon in Washington state, where some 2,800 drivers will test out a DOT plan to charge motorists by the mile, instead of charging them a gas tax.
According to BFT Officials, the big changes include changes to some of their biggest routes, increased frequency (more buses), expanded hours, and GPS that will allow riders to track their bus, so they can plan trips more effectively.
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