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N.J. debuts taxi service for seniors, disabled

Accessibility| June 15, 2011
The EZ Ride Community Cars program, operated by a nonprofit organization, will offer discounted door-to-door taxi service to seniors and disabled residents in West Milford township, an area with limited transportation options.

Ind. paratransit service weathers client concerns

Accessibility| June 15, 2011
Purchasing a larger van to accommodate more riders with wheelchairs and paying close attention to customer feedback are two actions the Regional Bus Authority is taking to improve its complementary service.
Bus| June 15, 2011

U.S. DOT urges nation to 'Dump the Pump'

June 16 marks the American Public Transportation Association's (APTA) sixth annual National Dump the Pump Day. The purpose is to highlight public transportation as an effective alternative to driving that will help people save money, especially with the unpredictable costs of gas.
Rail| June 15, 2011

Congressmen unveil new high-speed, intercity rail plan

The Mica/Shuster proposal will also give states greater control and authority over their intercity passenger rail services, currently operated by Amtrak.
Bus| June 15, 2011

New Flyer appoints Sheardown to lead vendor services

He will report directly to Hans Peper, executive vice president, customer services, and will be responsible for VMI strategy development and implementation and business development activities for the aftermarket team.
Accessibility| June 15, 2011

Tectrans to operate, maintain Los Angeles Dial-a-Ride

The City of Covina selected the transportation and technology firm to enhance client communication and customer service.
Accessibility| June 15, 2011

Report: Most baby boomers to face poor mobility options

By 2015, more than 15.5 million Americans 65 and older will live in communities where public transportation service is poor or non-existent, a new study shows.
Accessibility| June 15, 2011

San Diego transit services honored for money-saving practices

American Logistics Co., a national passenger transportation management company, along with Oceanside, Calif.-based North County Transit District and First Transit, have been selected as the winner of the Grand Golden Watchdog Award by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association.
Accessibility| June 15, 2011

Paratransit Services wins Calif. contract

The new contract is a nice addition to Paratransit Services' other locations in California, where they currently operate systems for the Counties of Tehama, Glenn and Lake and provide specialized service in the city of Redding.
Accessibility| June 15, 2011

Santa Monica renews MV for paratransit contract

Responsible for operating the service vehicles, taking phone reservations, dispatching and providing vehicle maintenance.

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