Topic : TransitCenter Inc.

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Study: Decrease of commuter benefit bad for transit

Bus| November 16, 2010
The imminent drop in the benefit cap will result in an increase in the cost of commuting of up to 22 percent (assuming a tax rate at the national average of 31.6 percent), according to the report, commissioned by the nonprofit group TransitCenter.

TransitCenter: stimulus bill a win for transit riders

Bus| February 18, 2009
Employees can now save up to $1,000 a year or more on their transit commute, representing a potential $440 a year increase in what they can save if their commuting expenses exceed the current monthly cap of $120 per month.

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