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La. agency overbilled by paratransit provider

Accessibility| March 24, 2014
Situation is a result of a Reliant employee, who played a key part in the billing process, leaving the transit group, according to the company’s CEO.

Veolia wins first state-wide Medicaid contract

Accessibility| March 24, 2014
Will also oversee customer service, the call center and all dispatch services. There are currently 500,000 projected trips annually.
Bus| March 21, 2014

APTA: Public transportation users save $10,103 annually

Transit Savings Report examines how an individual in a two-person household can save money by taking public transportation and living with one less car.
Bus| March 21, 2014

RIPTA receives $1.6M in Sandy funds

Will use the funds to improve passenger protection and reduce flooding at the Newport Gateway Center, one of the agency’s major transit hubs. The facility’s tent-like sails, which were designed to protect riders from sun and rain, were severely damaged by the superstorm in October 2012.
Government Issues| March 21, 2014

FMCSA shuts down 2 motorcoach operators

Each operator, which are from Ga. and S.C., were ordered to immediately shut down for disregarding federal safety regulations and putting their companies’ own drivers, passengers and the public at risk.
Bus| March 21, 2014

FTA releases $30M for tribal transit programs

The competitively awarded FY 2013 funds will allow tribes to continue or enhance existing transit service, launch new public transportation or plan for future transit needs.
Bus| March 21, 2014

N.Y. MTA advances real-time bus info

In the three months since the release of official apps for railroad customers, LIRR Train Time and Metro-North Train Time, approximately 120,000 people have downloaded the apps for iPhone and Android.
Accessibility| March 21, 2014

Calif. tribe launches dial-a-ride service

The Morongo Indian Reservation’s new service will provide seniors, the disabled, students and others lacking transportation options on the reservation with a new means of reaching medical appointments, work, classrooms, grocery stores and other destinations.
Management & Operations| March 20, 2014

SMART to explore options for fate of rare tree

Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit officials have promised to hold off on cutting down a rare chimera redwood tree in Cotati, Calif. until they can explore other options.
Government Issues| March 20, 2014

Metro-North, LIRR to install video/audio recorders

Meanwhile, both railroads are working together to procure and install Positive Train Control as quickly as possible.

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