CHICAGO — Last week, Pace board members approved a 75-cent fare increase and voted to eliminate the $150 Americans with Disabilities Act monthly pass, in order to help balance the 2009 budget. For the full story, click here.
While residents who depend on the transit service are frequently denied rides, nearly 300 students use the transport daily.
With large snow banks everywhere, an open curb usually is the only way a wheelchair user can get on or off the sidewalk.
The vehicles are set to be in operation in the next four to five months and will be added to the Westmoreland Transit Authority’s current fleet of 60-plus vehicles operated by National Express Transit
With the Board’s action to amend MTS Ordinance No. 13, refusal by a rider to vacate priority seating and wheelchair areas for persons with disabilities and the elderly upon request may result in a citation and fines up to $100.
One of Goss's most notable accomplishments was the development of the Q'Straint National Training Seminar, which has evolved into a unique and highly regarded industry program.
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