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May 9, 2013

SEPTA wins Roadeo Grand Champion Award

The honor recognizes the system with the highest combined bus operator and maintenance team combined score. Los Angeles' Metro team took second place.


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.


March 30, 2011

UMA members to receive maintenance discounts

The new partnership with two service providers — Imperial Supplies and Petro-Canada Lubricants — to provide exclusive benefits to its members on maintenance repair parts, lubricants and inventory management programs.


October 12, 2010

Union: Chicago bus crash caused by maintenance failures

Officials believe the agency needs more qualified union mechanics to do the work on its buses. Too much of the maintenance work is being done by outside vendors, they claim.


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