Volunteers with the Davidson County Sheriff's Office will be offering up free sober rides on New Year's Eve again this year. Rides will be free on all RTD buses and rail lines. The rides are provided by Latour Transportation (952-465-6655) and Shakopee Taxi (952-403-9750).
The province will add extra late-night service on December 31, and free rides across the entire network after 7 p.m.
"Being safe doesn't mean you can't have fun and Long Beach Transit will be there on New Year's Eve to get you safely to your destination", LBT Deputy Chief Executive Officer Debra A. Johnson said in a statement.
Andrew Finch's mother: Police gave no warning before deadly shooting
Online gamers have used Twitter to spread word of the prank, which resulted in the man being shot to death on Thursday night. The officer involved in the shooting is a 7-year veteran of Wichita police , according to Livingston.
There will also be expanded train and bus service that night, according to the transit agency.
Chester Police Chief Daniel Doellinger, president of the Orange County Police Chiefs' Association, assured the public that the police "will be stepping up" patrols during the New Year's holiday period.
The routes will be on Sunday/holiday schedules on Sunday and Monday.
The Galaxy Note 8 reportedly has a battery problem of its own
Its Note 8 was meant to be its return to the Note moniker, however problems regarding its wireless charging have cropped up. Unfortunately, some of the units of the recently introduced Galaxy Note 8 smartphones have met with a battery related issue.
Additionally, the First Hill Streetcar will operate until 1 AM.
Fritcke suggests, if you plan on riding the bus or light rail downtown, get off at the Central and Van Buren station.
Metro routes with added service as needed will include 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 14, 24, 32, 36, 40, 41, 62, 65, 70, 101, 106, 120, 124, 150, 255, RapidRide A, B, C, D and E Lines, and ST 550, ST 554. Fareboxes and ORCA card readers will be covered to remind riders not to pay.
Cold snap continues in southern Ontario
That's because extreme cold is indeed measured differently for differently geographic areas, said Kimbell. He said he had to go back to 1993 to find a similar cold spell between Christmas and January 1.