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ABA, N.Y. Group Sales extend agreement

Motorcoach| May 21, 2012
Two groups have long had a very successful relationship. The agreement insures that ABA delegates at future Marketplace events will have more opportunities to network and be entertained at the same time.

Ind. catalytic converter thefts threaten paratransit

Accessibility| May 21, 2012
Fourteen were stolen from Access Johnson County’s vehicles. After the thefts were discovered, some drivers used their own vehicles to transport passengers.
Accessibility| May 21, 2012

N.C. paratransit struggles to balance efficiency, client needs

Demand for Accessible Raleigh Transportation has increased by 50% over three years. The city devotes 50% of its budget to the paratransit service. It is switching from cabs to a contractor to be more cost-effective.
Accessibility| May 21, 2012

Las Vegas RTC cuts less than expected

Changes to paratransit services include at least a 50% discount for seniors and disabled riders and unlimited paratransit fares will be switched to 46-trip per month coupon books, effective July 2013.
Accessibility| May 21, 2012

Cobb County to break ground on $4.4M paratransit facility

The move follows a decision in July 2011 to cut three CCT routes to help close a $31 million budget shortfall. Transit officials said the building of the facility will use federal dollars and not money from county taxpayers.
Bus| May 21, 2012

L.A. Metro bus driver shot, killed

The driver was taken to the hospital where he later died. The alleged shooter, who was the only passenger at the time, was detained at the scene.
Accessibility| May 21, 2012

Report: Disabled still experience transportation disparities

“Equity in Transportation for People with Disabilities” findings state that older rail and bus systems, as well as Amtrak, are still inaccessible to people with disabilities and paratransit services required by the ADA are plagued by poor oversight, high costs to transit agencies and inadequate service.
Accessibility| May 18, 2012

Iowa opens $137M multimodal project

The Historic Millwork District multimodal improvement project provides more transportation options and reconstructed the street networks to better serve a broad range of users, including drivers, public transportation, pedestrians, bicyclists, seniors, children and people with disabilities.
Bus| May 18, 2012

Nevada transit receives $5.1M for buses, fueling station

Will fund up to 10 new hybrid electric vehicles and a fueling station that will be built at Reno, Nev.-based Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County’s maintenance and operations facility. Support was provided through the FTA’s FY2011 State of Good Repair grant program.
Motorcoach| May 18, 2012

N.Y. bus crash driver's license suspended 18 times

The driver in a New York bus crash that killed 15 people last March had his driver’s license suspended 18 times and was fired from two previous transportation jobs, according to documents released Thursday by the NTSB.

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