May 5, 2014
Eugene, Ore.-based agency believes all customers have the right to travel throughout the community on public transit, which is a major reason it began retrofitting buses with lifts in the early 1980s.
October 8, 2012
Rogue Valley Transportation District would no longer have to lease the facility after receiving $1 million in federal funds. Savings from ending the costly lease payments could be put into other transportation programs, such as transit options for disabled veterans.
August 11, 2010
Software system helped CDTA combine three call centers into a single platform through Zeacom's Communication Center, and connect all five of its office locations. Customer satisfaction went from 34 to 87 percent.
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