August 26, 2013
Committee votes to recommend the service only be provided for rides within three-quarters of a mile of the fixed routes on the city's public transportation system, which is the minimum ADA requirement.
August 14, 2012
Seating in each two-car train will increase by more than 25%, going from 76 to 96 seats, while still retaining room for luggage, bikes and surfboards.
November 4, 2009
Vehicle features include air conditioning, large windows for maximum light, wide doors and aisles for easy access and passenger flow.
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