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Reji Thomas Has Left the Building
Pining for Pine Street
News Story  November 6, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...These increases happened, said Cap Metro spokesman John Julitz, because the Texas Sunset Commission had concluded that the agency was not maximizing the value of its real estate assets; after a market analysis, Cap Metro adjusted rents for all tenants. "Capital Metro incorporated gradual rent increases up to market rates over a five-year period," Julitz said, "in order to accommodate Ms..."

Urban Rail: Which Way to Connect?
Project Connect recommends a rail corridor – and transit advocates board opposing trains
News Story  December 13, 2013, by Mac McCann and Michael King
"...– the Project Connect team recognized potential benefits of investing in transit in any of the 10 possible sub-corridors. However, according to Cap­ital Metro's communications specialist, John Julitz, in the final analysis the High­land sub-corridor was recommended largely because of its "potential growth" – including near the UT campus as well as the redevelopment of Austin Community Col­lege at Highland Mall..."

Project Connect Nears Rail Route Decision
Recommendation first step toward next year's bond election
News Story  November 15, 2013, by Mac McCann
"...Capital Metro's Communications Specialist John Julitz said the meetings both informed and gathered public input: Attendees ranked various criteria and offered their preferences for the priority sub-corridor, with the public debate still divided between "Guadalupe/Lamar" and "Congress/Mueller." (Officials say the "core corridor" – the Capitol, Down­town Austin, and the UT-Austin campus – will be served regardless of which of the various sub-corridors is chosen, though there's considerable controversy over whether the populous West Campus area should be considered part of the core if it's not served by an eastern alignment.)..."

A Great Big Bundle of Rail and Roads
Council moves transportation bonds toward a November vote
News Story  August 7, 2014, by Mac McCann
"...Some opponents have argued that the expense of rail will inevitably force a reduction in bus service. Cap Metro Communications Specialist John Julitz replied in an email, "There are no plans to reduce bus or any other transit service in order to fund the operation of this first urban rail line." And in the longer term, he said, both the Project Connect: North Corridor plan and the Capital Metro Service 2025 plan "call for increased bus service."..."

Project Connect: Phases and Stages
Advisory group gets closer to official Council recommendation
News Story  April 4, 2014, by Mac McCann
"...Mike Dahmus of AURA commented, "We've gotten to the point now where it's arguing about three equally ridiculous options, none of which are feasible or efficient or reasonable." Dahmus believes a better choice would be to retrofit either the Congress Avenue bridge or the South First Street bridge. Capital Metro/Project Con­nect spokesman John Julitz said using an existing bridge is currently not a preferred option because "the existing structures are already at capacity, and reducing lanes of traffic to accommodate any form of high-capacity transit would have a significantly detrimental impact on traffic flow in and out of Downtown."..."

Votes Pending: The Case for Connect
Cap Metro board endorses initial rail route
News Story  June 26, 2014, by Mac McCann
"...The Project Connect team and the mayor have repeatedly stressed the importance of understanding the current proposal within the context of a long-term and much larger transit project. Describing the project as part of a public transit system, Capital Metro Communications Specialist John Julitz says the plan "will bring new riders to the entire system, and at the same time provide additional choices for people looking for options."..."

Project Connect Draws a Line
Group makes official recommendation to Mayor Leffingwell
News Story  November 22, 2013, by Mac McCann
"...Capital Metro spokesman John Julitz said, "We understand that there are people who are disappointed and convinced that there are better options out there, but ... from the Central Corridor team's perspective, this is absolutely the very best option."..."

Columns  December 4, 2014
"...Donna Campbell will require San Antonio's VIA Metropolitan Transit, not Capital Metro, to have an elected board. However, Cap Metro spokesman John Julitz noted, "These things can change over the course of a session."..."

Standing for Pine Street Station
As Pine Street vacates the station, a Capital Metro ultimatum looms
DAILY Qmmunity  October 22, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...We learned from Captial Metro communications rep John Julitz that they are giving Thomas until Sunday to complete the move of all personal items out of the 10,000+ square-foot historic structure. The items include "many valuable pieces of art, tools of her trade, and personal possessions still in her building," according to Pamela Booton, Pine Street Station consultant and spokesperson...."

Advocacy, Ethics, and Opposition
News Story  August 7, 2014, by Mac McCann
"...While opponents of the urban rail plan have relentlessly voiced that opposition for months, official agencies such as Capital Metro and Project Connect "are in a strict 'education only, no advocacy' position," says Cap Metro's John Julitz – as is required by Texas state law regulating the use of public funds for political advertising (Texas Election Code § 255.003). Nevertheless, not everyone agrees on what constitutes "political advocacy."..."

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