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Former ops chief Kelly named interim GM at AC Transit

Management & Operations| April 9, 2015

Kathleen Kelly’s appointment will take effect on Monday April 13th . She will take over the duties of David Armijo who resigned as the agency’s CEO on  March 26th.

Why did AC Transit's top exec leave?

Management & Operations| April 3, 2015

Armijo, credited by directors and others with bringing the district out of financial difficulties, creating a budget reserve and improving service, said he went three years with only one pay increase, "and it was delayed for 10 months," according to the report.

Management & Operations| March 27, 2015

AC Transit GM abruptly quits post

In his resignation letter, David Armijo said his “goal of providing safe, reliable and sustainable transit service in the East Bay has been accomplished.” Armijo’s resignation is effective immediately.

Bus| February 24, 2015

AC Transit piloting Alexander Dennis double-deck bus

The 80-seat coach, offering its riders comfy excursions with spectacular views — particularly to and from San Francisco — made its first cruise on the Line U, from Fremont to Stanford University, before being deployed on other daily routes.

Bus| November 11, 2014

AC Transit receives $81M to finish BRT project

As one of the highest rated transit projects in the nation, the agency’s BRT will link one of the busiest traffic corridors in the Bay Area with a fast, economical and environmentally friendly means of transportation.
Bus| May 16, 2014

AC Transit Builds ‘A Better Ride’ with New Buses, Enhanced Services

The agency has so far revamped its fleet with 210 new buses, created task forces to focus on areas such as on-time performance, reducing accidents and decreasing road calls. Additionally, it’s long-awaited East Bay BRT project is making headway.
Bus| January 27, 2014

AC Transit BRT project gains final approval

The project will make bus transit more efficient and cleaner with dedicated bus lanes, improved street lighting and crosswalks, artistic landscaping, signal priority and more.
Bus| November 21, 2013

AC Transit removes youth fare card hurdle

Riders may now apply for a Youth Clipper card by mail, email or fax, and then receive a registered card in the mail, instead of having to apply in person with a photo ID.
Bus| November 8, 2013

AC Transit rolls out new Gilligs

The dark green buses are the third in a series of locally-built coaches acquired as part of the agency’s “A Better Ride” campaign and its Buy American Goods policy.
Bus| March 6, 2013

AC Transit balances budget

New performance and management strategies have taken hold over the past year, cutting expenses, boosting workforce efficiency and winning approval from the AC Transit board of directors.
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