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October 25, 2013

Foothill Transit to unveil new fleet branding

It is the first complete redesign in the agency’s 25 year history. The new design pays homage to the original blue striping and bright white exterior while adding green, to mimic the hills of the foothill communities and convey the message that the agency provides a green transportation option.


May 20, 2013

During summer break, Iowa State U. transit to enhance facilities

Will implement its bus stop improvement plan and begin construction work to expand its headquarters.


August 10, 2012

Calif.’s Omnitrans launches rebranding

Will unveil new logo, slogan, fleet graphics, bike racks and mascot.


June 18, 2012

Georgia university cuts buses during slow summer term

While some students have raised concerns about the longer wait times for the buses, school officials say the fleet reduction will save students money.


June 1, 2012

Chicago transit to upgrade bus fleet

As part of the Chicago Transit Authority’s plans to move toward operating an upgraded bus fleet in the next two years, the agency plans to buy 425 buses and rebuild more than 1,000 older buses in a nearly half-billion-dollar modernization investment.


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