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METRO Briefs

Posted on August 16, 2007

Atomic City Transit set to debut

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. — Los Alamos gets a new transit system Nov. 5, 2007, the scheduled roll-out date for Atomic City Transit. Both the name of the bus system and the 10-year operations plan were approved at Tuesday's county council meeting, as the public was treated to a first glimpse of routes, schedules and fees. To read the full story, click here.


Delays hamper universal Bay Area transit pass


SAN FRANCISCO — The full-scale launch of a pass that could be used on any Bay Area bus, train or ferry has been pushed back to 2010 due to software problems, spiraling costs and difficulty in getting the 26 participating transportation agencies to reach consensus. To read the full story, click here.


Aesch, tapped to head HART, will stay in Rochester


TAMPA, Fla. — HART (Hillsborough Area Regional Transit) selected Mark Aesch to head the organization Aug. 3, with salary and benefit talks beginning days later. Monday, the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority, where Aesch currently serves as CEO, issued a news release stating Aesch turned down the Tampa job. To read the full story, click here.

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