Articles Tagged With: community-transit
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February 2013

Community Transit aims for 25% ridership boost

Has cut its service by 37% over the past three years, but hopes to increase ridership by making its services more productive.

August 2012

Transit systems reunite owners with lost items

Transit agencies’ lost and found departments catalog, store and sometimes track down the owners of items left on buses and railcars.

May 2010

Providers Seek to Maximize Paratransit Efficiency, Cut Costs

As economic pressures continue to affect transit agencies, some are raising fares and initiating service cuts to keep budgets in line. In many regions, paratransit passengers face the greatest impact from service cuts as most rely on those services as a low-cost mode of transportation.

November 2009

Community Transit to launch hybrid BRT service

Because Everett Transit only serves residents to the city line, the new BRT line will bridge transit service across Everett and south Snohomish County, eliminating an intersection where riders literally have to get off one bus, cross the street and get on another bus.

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