Topic : San Diego MTS

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Fleet, Route Updates Help San Diego MTS' Adapt to Service Demands

Bus| August 7, 2018

The agency is continuing to balance paratransit and ridership challenges with a growing fleet of clean-fuel vehicles.

APTA names winners of 2018 rail safety, security 'excellence' awards

Rail| June 13, 2018

The awards recognize public transportation organizations for their innovative and proactive safety and security programs.

Management & Operations| April 5, 2018

City of San Diego launches '#TransitTuesday' initiative

The campaign encourages citizens to leave their cars behind to walk, taking public transit or ride a bicycle.

Bus| February 12, 2018

San Diego's MTS orders up to 50 more New Flyer CNG buses

MTS currently has 220 40-foot CNG New Flyer buses and 70 60-foot CNG articulated New Flyer buses in operation.

Accessibility| December 22, 2017

Calif.'s SANDAG awards $7M in disabled, senior transportation grants

In this cycle of grants, SANDAG awarded a total of approximately $7 million through its Specialized Transportation Program — which includes the TransNet Senior Mini-Grant and Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 programs.

Bus| December 1, 2017

San Diego MTS introduces New Flyer artics on busy routes

The new 2017 XN60 low-floor buses manufactured by New Flyer, allow MTS to increase its capacity to transport riders along popular routes in the South Bay.

Sustainability| October 10, 2017

San Diego MTS reduces costs, footprint with propane autogas buses

San Diego MTS will save about $5.8 million over the five- to seven-year lifecycle of the vehicles.

Security and Safety | September 26, 2017

San Diego MTS increases uniformed presence with new staffing plan

The new plan increases the number of MTS Code Compliance Inspectors from 34 to 64 employees.

Bus| September 22, 2017

San Diego's MTS bus service gets $2M boost

The changes to approximately 60 bus routes were approved by the MTS Board of Directors at its meeting on Thursday.

August 23, 2017

Transit Agencies Could Benefit from VW Funding

Volkswagen was found guilty and agreed to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle allegations of cheating emissions. As part of the lawsuit, Volkswagen is required to establish and fund an Environmental Mitigation Trust, known as EMT. Over the next 10 years, $2.9 billion from the VW settlement will fund environmental mitigation projects that reduce emissions of NOx.

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