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Fla. county launches minibus service for elderly, disabled

Accessibility| March 10, 2014
Lee County Mini-Bus provides door-to-door service to medical appointments and shopping. Kenyatta Watts started the service because of limited transportation resources in the area.

U.S. public transit ridership is highest in decades

Accessibility| March 10, 2014
In 2013, 10.7 billion trips were taken. It was the eighth year in a row that more than 10 billion trips were taken on public transportation systems nationwide, according to an APTA report.
Accessibility| March 10, 2014

Mobility Ventures to donate MV-1 to Local Heroes contest

Caregivers, friends and family members are invited to submit entries — either written or videotaped stories — of how they are triumphing over their mobility challenges.
Accessibility| March 10, 2014

Uber facing disabled discrimination accusations

Blind customers have filed complaints saying they were denied rides because the drivers didn't allow animals.
Management & Operations| March 7, 2014

Keolis awarded $2.6 billion contract to run MBTA commuter rail

The eight-year contract includes the option for two additional two-year extensions, which, if granted, would raise the contract value to $4.2 billion over 12 years.
Bus| March 7, 2014

BYD, Wash. transit to pilot electric bus service

Spokane Transit is participating in a statewide evaluation of one of the manufacturer’s all-electric buses. The zero-emissions bus debuted on Friday and will run on several routes throughout March.
Accessibility| March 6, 2014

Specialty vehicle buyers eyeing mini buses, limo buses, motorcoaches

A new survey found that one-third of respondents said the mini bus would be the most popular type of transportation for buyers in this segment in 2014, followed by the limo bus at 25% and motorcoach at 15%.
Accessibility| March 6, 2014

Plans to build gondola linking Seattle waterfront unveiled

The half-mile long Union Street Gondola will be able to move 1,800 people an hour and will be funded solely through private investment.
Bus| March 6, 2014

N.Y. transit plans nearly $1M rebranding campaign

Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority is hoping to increase ridership by making changes to its uniforms, the logo displayed on its buses and names for some bus lines. The agency also plans to redesign bus routes and open a new transit center.
Bus| March 6, 2014

Obama budget tabs $2.5B to expand transit options

Will create or sustain thousands of good construction-related jobs and help communities expand transportation choices that offer new ladders of opportunity for hard-working families.

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