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AC Transit receives $81M to finish BRT project

Bus| November 11, 2014
As one of the highest rated transit projects in the nation, the agency’s BRT will link one of the busiest traffic corridors in the Bay Area with a fast, economical and environmentally friendly means of transportation.

Coach USA launches veteran work program

Government Issues| November 11, 2014
The program is specifically designed to reach out to veteran groups and active military to help Coach USA find candidates who may fit our open positions. Coach USA is currently seeking drivers, mechanics and other staff across its family of companies.
Accessibility| November 10, 2014

MTA's landmark Fulton Center transit hub opens in lower Manhattan

Encased in a glass and steel shell, the bright and modern facility dramatically improves the commuter experience and will accommodate up to 300,000 daily riders using the 2,3,4,5,A,C,J,Z and R lines.
Accessibility| November 10, 2014

Toledo agency exploring private contracting

TARPS is exploring the idea of using private vehicles on weekend afternoons and evenings so it can focus resources at busier times of the week where it now is shorthanded
Accessibility| November 10, 2014

Cleveland RTA chief talks change amid paratransit demands

RTA GM Joe Calabrese told a local newspaper that paratransit services are causing a financial strain on the agency and that tough decisions must be made. The plan also includes more training for riders who are able to use the RTA’s fixed-route services.

Accessibility| November 10, 2014

MARTA delays vote on privatizing paratransit services

Members of the union that represent MARTA’s paratransit drivers have protested the transit agency’s move to accept proposals from private providers, saying outsourcing could cost 300 jobs and result in poor quality of service for patrons
Motorcoach| November 7, 2014

N.Y. motorcoach accident injures 26

The accident occurred around 2:30 a.m. on the southbound side of I-81. Pine Hill is cooperating with the police investigation into the crash. The company is also focused on helping the passengers involved and their families
Government Issues| November 7, 2014

L.A. Metro breaks ground on Purple Line extension

The first subway segment will extend the Purple Line 3.9 miles from the existing Wilshire/Western Purple Line terminus near Koreatown into Beverly Hills. T
Bus| November 7, 2014

Atlanta poll finds overwhelming support for public transportation

Broken down by county, 2014 poll results – which were statistically valid in each county – found that there was strong support for transit in both urban and suburban counties, including in Clayton County where 79% of the population surveyed said transit was very important.
Government Issues| November 6, 2014

Following elections, what's next for transportation?

Republicans’ dual control of Congress most likely closes the door for increased revenues and even makes it difficult for simply extending MAP-21 again.

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