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Mass. Gov. targets MBTA’s paratransit costs

Accessibility| April 20, 2011
Gov. Deval Patrick green lighted a commission to find ways to make the paratransit service more cost-effective after a report showed it cost taxpayers $90 million last year.

Pace pilots paratransit real-time arrival info

Accessibility| April 20, 2011
Riders using the agency’s pickup van service will receive automated status phone calls 10 to 15 minutes before their ride is scheduled to arrive. If successful, next steps include online trip booking and cancellations.
Accessibility| April 20, 2011

Mich. seniors protest bus route changes

In opposition to cuts in door-to-door bus service to senior complexes, a senior citizen has gathered 100 signatures on a petition to send to Metro Transit.
Accessibility| April 20, 2011

Toledo, Ohio paratransit driver returns found money

"I never even thought about keeping it," he said. "I wouldn't have felt right about keeping that money. No way."
Accessibility| April 20, 2011

Creative Bus Sales acquires Fla.’s Transit Plus

The company is a major provider of paratransit buses as well as transit agencies and private operators throughout Florida. Transit Plus is a family owned company with a long history of sales and service in the transit and shuttle markets.
Accessibility| April 20, 2011

MJM to provide fare, data collection for Houston-based paratransit

The RIDES program provides non-emergency transportation services to the elderly, individuals with disabilities as well as low-income residents of Harris County who are unable to access traditional Houston Metro services.
Accessibility| April 20, 2011

American Logistics wins Calif. paratransit contract

Will begin operating the Wheels Dial-a-Ride service for the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority on July 1, 2011, including trip reservations, scheduling and dispatching services.
Motorcoach| April 19, 2011

Japanese intercity bus service pampers passengers

The 12-passenger buses, with only window seating, features self-contained module seating angled toward the central aisle and partially enclosed by a rounded partition wall. Seats recline 140 degrees and include a padded footrest.
Rail| April 19, 2011

Caltrain likely to save service from being cut

The latest plan to save the struggling rail service would likely propose using funds typically used for transit maintenance and money earmarked for construction projects.
Bus| April 19, 2011

Sound Transit to explore marketing to school kids

Some critics disagree with the idea to create programs for K-12th grade, saying voter-approved taxes meant for mass transit should not go to educational programs.

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