Category Archives: Transit to National Parks / Sporting Events

Levi’s Stadium Holds Its First National Football League Game; Parking Bad, Transit Good

Yesterday the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League played their first preseason game (and, thus first game overall) at the new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.  This nice, new stadium is quite the welcome upgrade over the outdated … Continue reading

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ratpag’s Public Transit Guide to Hiking the Hollywood Hills

Didn’t you just do a public transit hiking guide?  Yes, just two days ago.  But, aside from the bus-riding, heroin-snorting grandmother or the Amtrak secretary handing over “confidential passenger information” to the DEA for 19 years, there’s just not much … Continue reading

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ratpag Goes Into the New York City Backcountry

ratpag was irritable the other day.  New York City, as great as it is, well…makes ratpag feel like this at times: In search of some peace and quiet, as well as something inexpensive and accessible by public transit (because ratpag … Continue reading

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Beers, Baseball, and Transit: Denver, Colorado

What’s more American than that headline?  ratpag company policy dictates that No author shall be permitted to write for the expressed purposes of ratpag article contribution (as outlined in Section 3, Article XII(ix)) without first blowing at least a 0.08 … Continue reading

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The NYPD Goes After Illegal Swipers and ratpag Celebrates Yosemite’s 150th Anniversary

There are two things ratpag gets a hardon (you might not want to click that) for:  transportation funding and national parks.  So what a day we have today with two articles touching on these topics so near and dear to ratpag’s … Continue reading

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ratpag Celebrates Its 102nd Post, Talks of LIRR Strike, and Yellowstone Transit

First, ratpag wants to be clear:  we’re only celebrating our 102nd post – not a LIRR strike or Yellowstone transit, which is nonexistent.  So let’s start from the top… Part of ratpag’s staff was on a fact-finding mission in the Rockies … Continue reading

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ratpag’s Public Transit Guide to Select Baseball Stadiums Plus Our Viral Marketing Efforts

ratpag spent yesterday afternoon at a baseball game because what else has ratpag got to do on a Tuesday at 1 pm?  Nothing.  While aimlessly wondering the concourse and trying with great might to figure out a way to afford … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Stupid – Ride the Train From L.A. to San Diego

We were going to discuss this, the “foul-mouthed video” that shattered Japan’s politeness (caused by a train!) but we felt there was little to add that Rocket News 24 hadn’t already covered.  So instead we got lazy and decided to … Continue reading

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Travel from San Francisco to Yosemite By Transit

Our legal team has insisted that we produce some sort of original content so as to avoid looking like hacks who only steal quotes from reputable, paid sources.  “But what about the rat post?  Or the bus ad!” we cried. … Continue reading

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