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S.D. leaders to recommend making bus stops more accessible

Accessibility| January 28, 2013
An ongoing review of the city’s compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act shows that one-quarter of the city’s bus stops don’t meet the federal standard, according to consultants hired in 2011 to perform a citywide audit of public facilities

DART paratransit service back on track

Accessibility| January 28, 2013
Nearly 90% of rides have been on time in January, about 97% of phone calls on the reservation line have been answered within three minutes and more than 91% of calls to the “Where’s My Ride?” line met the three-minute standard
Accessibility| January 28, 2013

Cleveland RTA plans propane switch-over for paratransit

The RTA's board voted to buy 10 new ElDorado coaches that run on propane to replace 10 paratransit vehicles that have 200,000 miles on them.
Accessibility| January 28, 2013

Fla.’s Palm Tran gives paratransit contractor one week to fix issues

The move comes in reaction to more than 2,100 complaints over the past six months, ranging from lateness to no-shows to harsh treatment by drivers. The retooling includes transferring all scheduling to Palm Tran employees.
Accessibility| January 28, 2013

Chicago area dial-a-ride service expands

Pace Suburban Bus and Lake County now provide a greater variety of destinations and times in Wauconda and Fremont townships as part of the Northwest Demonstration Project.
Bus| January 28, 2013

Tests: Voith technology saves fuel use

Savings were achieved across multiple transit authorities and routes varying in elevation and length.
Accessibility| January 28, 2013

Trapeze acquires Mentor Engineering

Provides fleet management hardware and mobile workforce management solutions primarily to the demand response passenger transport and taxi markets.
Bus| January 25, 2013

D.C. Metro unveils next-gen strategic plan

The plan, called Momentum, prioritizes items such as developing a next-generation communications infrastructure; acquiring additional railcars, power capacity and yard storage to operate all eight car trains during peak periods; and completing the Metrobus priority corridor network to serve more riders faster.
Accessibility| January 25, 2013

REI celebrates 75th anniversary

Started as a small family-owned radio shop and has grown into a global manufacturer of commercial transportation electronics for the motorcoach, transit, shuttle, school and agriculture markets.
Bus| January 25, 2013

First Transit to unify bus operations for Valley Metro

Mesa and Tempe will be under a single contract with Valley Metro directly managing bus operations in the East Valley. Awarded an initial three-year base term at a cost of $150,885,082 with options available for years four through ten at a cost of $407,764,469. The contract takes effect July 1, 2013.

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