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Santa Barbara MTD named Calif. Transit Agency of the Year

Posted on November 14, 2017

Santa Barbara MTD was recognized for its launch of real-time arrival bus information via a smartphone app and texting feature, improving fiscal stability measures, and for a deepened partnership with UC Santa Barbara in the creation of the Line 28 service. Photo: Santa Barbara MTD
Santa Barbara MTD was recognized for its launch of real-time arrival bus information via a smartphone app and texting feature, improving fiscal stability measures, and for a deepened partnership with UC Santa Barbara in the creation of the Line 28 service. Photo: Santa Barbara MTD

California Transit Association’s 52nd Annual Fall Conference and Expo in Riverside, California presented Santa Barbara MTD with its Transit Agency of the Year award.

The Transit Agency of the Year Award is awarded to a program or service that demonstrates innovative concepts, effective problem-solving techniques, or promotes a positive image of transit in the community.

Santa Barbara MTD was recognized for its launch of real-time arrival bus information via a smartphone app and texting feature, improving fiscal stability measures, and for a deepened partnership with UC Santa Barbara in the creation of the Line 28 service.

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