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June 24, 2013

Iowa officials approve paratransit contract

The vote, and the resulting contract that begins July 1, now mean that the county will keep the more than 30-year-old SEATS paratransit program afloat for area residents.


March 25, 2013

Milwaukee calls for 2nd paratransit contract audit

Supervisors are seeking a more in-depth review than an audit earlier this year, according to a board member.


March 19, 2013

Amtrak names chairman of the board

Anthony R. Coscia, an Amtrak board member since June 2010, and current chairman of its audit and finance committee, succeeds departing board chairman Thomas C. Carper whose term on the board expires this month.


May 23, 2011

AC Transit cancels 'Fiscal Emergency' hearing

The public hearing was planned in anticipation of a substantial shortfall in the agency's working capital for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.


March 29, 2011

MARTA approves bus improvements, baseball service

The agency eliminated the Braves shuttle in 2010 because of a sharp downturn in the national economy and a decrease in sales tax revenues that are used to fund the transit system.


November 6, 2009

CHSRA, SoCal cities to cooperate on high-speed rail

In other action, the CHSRA board set a January 15, 2010 deadline for "requests for expressions of interest" from local governments, public transportation agencies, private companies and others who want to participate in the planning, development and operation of maintenance facilities on the 800-mile network linking the state's major cities.


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