Handouts. To support dialogue, recruitment, and advocacy, we offer two-sided business cards with key contact information. To receive 25 FREE cards, write email@example.com. Larger card quantities are also available at a minimal cost.
Testimonial recruitment form. We’re building our reel of personal statements in support of public transit. If you wish to submit a statement and photo, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. To invite testimonials from someone who lacks online access, you may copy and print this submission form.
Legislative info. For a wide range of info on the Alabama Legislature, specific legislators, the legislative process, bill status, and some streaming coverage, here’s a link: https://alison.legislature.state.al.us
Articles, Reports, Etc.
Check here for miscellaneous links related to public transit and the need for state funding. You may recommend links for possible publication here and to our newsfeed. Submit suggested links to email@example.com
Alabama only state investing nothing in public transit. Birmingham Public Transit Inches Forward With Federal Help, and No State Funding - Inside Climate News
Demand-Responsive possibilities. Of particular interest to rural areas. Liftango | What is Demand-Responsive Transport?
Public Transit Trust Fund. A fund in name only created in Act 161 by the 2018 Legislature—with no appropriation then or since. The Trust Fund is to be administered by the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA), assisted by a 13-member advisory committee with slots assigned to specific government and private sector entities. ACT seeks a 2023 appropriation. For the full text of Act 161: B18065AA.A11.pdf (state.al.us)