Author: Jeb Rach

Jeb Rach

Jeb Rach

Born and raised in rural Minnesota, Jeb has been an avid transit geek since he first discovered it trying to save money on parking in the Twin Cities. He now lives in St. Paul and works in Roseville.

Join us Friday night for the Red Line Ride!

A few weeks ago, Bill Lindeke, Mike Hicks, and myself toured the Red Line. I’ve taken it a few times before for errands, but never to just explore. It’s an unique mode of transit here in the Twin Cities that tries to be LRT on rails and…well, determine for yourself how well it does this […]

Sunday Summary: September 4, 2016

Hello everyone, and hope your Labor Day weekend is going well! If you’re looking for some articles over the weekend, take a peek at what’s been published this week: A commentary on the increased frequency on route 2 was published on Monday. This included a discussion on how despite its jagged route, the route […]

The A Line, One Month In

A daily bus commuter analyzes what is — and is not — working with the new A Line BRT, running from the 46th Street station in Minneapolis to Rosedale.

Sunday Summary: July 3, 2016

Hello! I’m Jeb, and I’ll be subbing in this week for the Sunday Summary. Hope your long weekend is going well! This week we’ve had a number of articles that are worth your time to read and peruse. This week I’m keeping it simple, going from oldest to newest. On Tuesday, two posts came […]