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November 15, 2012

Calif.’s Marin Transit honored for seasonal shuttle

The California Transit Association presented its Transit Excellence Award to the agency for its seasonal Muir Woods Shuttle program.


November 8, 2012

Antelope Valley Transit wins Transit Excellence Award

Was selected by California Transit Association from among a host of small operators state-wide who were nominated for a variety of accomplishments ranging from innovative programs and services to effective problem solving techniques as well as successful marketing campaigns.


November 23, 2010

Trapeze clients honored for efficiencies, congestion relief

Maryland-based TransIT Services was recognized for serving more than 800 passengers for $50,000 less than a previous year via system efficiencies, while the Western Contra Costa Transit Authority's express bus service was honored for reaching its goal of removing peak trips to reduce congestion.


November 11, 2009

Exclusive: California Transit Association tackles transit challenges

Conference highlights included updates on state legislative affairs, tips on low-cost marketing, finding new sources of ad revenue, and offering Google Transit.


October 2, 2009

Calif. Supreme Court: Shifting transit funds illegal

By declining to accept the Schwarzenegger Administration’s petition for review filed by state officials, the high court upheld the ruling of the Third District Court of Appeal that recent funding diversions violated a series of statutory and constitutional amendments enacted by voters via four statewide initiatives dating back to 1990.


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