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Georgia town revives medical transportation service

Accessibility| August 25, 2010
After Clayton County’s C-Tran bus service was cut in March, a long-defunct, free medical transportation program was brought back for wheelchair-bound county residents.

Okla. transit may soon offer call a ride service

Accessibility| August 25, 2010
Service would allow customers to set up a time for a shuttle to pick them up and take them to their destination for a set fare.
Accessibility| August 25, 2010

S.C. transportation resource center opens

Will now provide accessible customer-based travel information and trip planning services to a 4,000 square mile rural region with a population of 300,000 people.
Accessibility| August 25, 2010

Utah Transit Authority uses flex route program to fill service gaps

The new service is called flex because the shuttle-style vans run a regularly scheduled route through the community and can deviate up to three-fourths of a mile off the regular fixed-route for just one dollar more than the standard $2 fare.
Bus| August 24, 2010

Omaha, Neb. system rebrands, bolsters fleet

Metro Area Transit, which will now go by "Metro," purchased 24 new buses and debuted its redesigned website --
Bus| August 24, 2010

L.A. Metro opens voting in video contest

The public can help choose the winner of Metro's Transit Flicks Video Contest by voting online. The winner will receive a free EZ transit pass for a full year of travel on Metro and other systems — a $1,008 value.
Bus| August 24, 2010

Seattle bus drivers reject barriers

After beating incident, King County Metro installed driver's area barriers. But drivers say they interfere with passenger interaction and hinder visibility, among other issues.
Rail| August 24, 2010

Northeast corridor rail service severely impacted

Both Amtrak and New Jersey Transit experienced power problems while a fire inside a control tower near Jamaica, N.Y., burned equipment used to control track switches at the nearby train hub.
Bus| August 24, 2010

River Valley FY 2010 ridership up

The growing ridership trend continued into fiscal 2011, with July being the second highest ridership month on record with 71,825 riders, according to the agency.
Accessibility| August 24, 2010

St. Louis Metro names new president/CEO

John Nations, a partner in the St. Louis office of Armstrong Teasdale and currently in his third term as mayor of Chesterfield, Mo., will succeed Robert Baer in late October. Baer has served as president/CEO since December 2007.

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