April 14, 2014
Instead of hopping on the next Metrobus, riders with disabilities have to make reservations for the more expensive MetroAccess service.
March 12, 2014
Also plans to expand station accessibility for passengers with disabilities, with continuation of existing construction work at eight stations in three states and new construction activities at 21 stations in eight additional states.
February 24, 2014
The third and final phased-in LIFT paratransit fare increase will be for five cents, bringing the total cost for a two-hour ticket to $2.50. The LIFT program costs more than $32 million and has grown on average nearly 9% per year.
February 18, 2014
Production has started on new vehicles, with new dealers to begin taking delivery in March 2014.
November 25, 2013
Delaware Transit Corp., which operates DART First State, wants to double most bus and paratransit fares over two years, expand bus routes and implement a new model of paratransit.
November 11, 2013
The agency’s possible switch from providing door-to-door service to following ADA regulations by running service within three-quarters of a mile of fixed bus routes will cost them more and provide less service, according to those concerned.
October 14, 2013
Included new fixtures and more accessible stalls. The agencies will invest $2.2 million more over the next 18 months on station upgrades, including a new ADA-compliant passenger information display system.
September 11, 2013
The Q’UBE 3-Point Securement Station features an innovative sliding bumper that provides critical stabilization and tip-over prevention that the ADA requires for 3-Point securement.
June 10, 2013
Service in Solano County will now extend to those riders who need help entering and exiting a taxicab
June 4, 2013
Because one-third to two-thirds of all elderly people do not live or travel within the obligatory service corridors, study recommends expanding paratransit services to areas where elderly people are living without them.
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