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MV Transportation CEO to retire

Accessibility| September 9, 2014
During Carter Pate's tenure as CEO, MV grew from $725 million in revenue in 2010 to over $1 billion in revenue in 2013, and expanded its operational footprint in the Middle East, as well as in the areas of school bus operations, international transportation logistics, and on-demand black car service.

U. of La., City agreement to lease buses awaiting approval

Management & Operations| September 8, 2014
At University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s request, the council approved an introductory amendment that increases the lease cost to $35,000 a year and removes a clause making the university responsible for 20% of the major repairs.
University| September 8, 2014

U. of Akron now eligible for free public transportation rides

The university will pay Metro RTA $1 per ride. All regular Metro RTA routes are included in the program, which runs through Aug. 2015 with an option to renew
Bus| September 8, 2014

Seton Hall U. plan calls for new shuttle service

Despite the proposed shuttle system, many board members and residents at the meeting said they thought that students would more likely park in residential areas than leave their cars at the main Seton Hall campus and take a bus to class.
Accessibility| September 5, 2014

How good mass transit can make a city more affordable

Five metros — Washington, San Francisco, New York, Seattle, and Boston — share an obvious trait: good public transportation systems, which makes it possible to reduce car ownership and related expenses.
Bus| September 5, 2014

Bridj lands $4 million in funding, hires ex-Chicago DOT chief

Gabe Klein was commissioner of the DOT in Chicago under Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and prior to that was director of the Washington D.C. DOT under Mayor Adrian Fenty, as well as a VP at ZipCar.
Management & Operations| September 5, 2014

Hill International receives $8M amendment to Calif. rail contract

Award is in connection with its contract to provide program management services on Phases 2A and 2B of the $1.9 billion Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension light rail project.
Bus| September 5, 2014

Transportation key in 3 mayoral races

Major transportation projects in three cities — Austin, Texas; San Jose, Calif.; and Washington, D.C. — could possibly hinge on the outcome of November's election.
Accessibility| September 5, 2014

Conn. study finds relationship between transportation access, unemployment

The study found a connection between transportation opportunities and unemployment rates in different neighborhoods within the city, ranging from 3% in high-income neighborhoods to as high as 20% in low-income neighborhoods.
Accessibility| September 4, 2014

On-demand services beat S.F. taxi arrival times

Additionally, the study found that ride services both complement and compete with public transit.

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