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September 12, 2014

CATS approves negotiating long-term contract with interim CEO

Bob Mirabito was first hired on an interim basis in May of last year, at a time when several board changes and the resignation of former CEO Brian Marshall had left the transit system on shaky ground.


July 18, 2014

Baton Rouge agency to look into alt.-fuel bus options

Currently, CATS, which has no alternative fuel vehicles in its fleet, is considering compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, hydrogen, biodiesel, electric and diesel-hybrid options, agency officials said.


March 24, 2014

La. agency overbilled by paratransit provider

Situation is a result of a Reliant employee, who played a key part in the billing process, leaving the transit group, according to the company’s CEO.


November 21, 2013

La. transit names CEO, some want national search

Bob Mirabito, interim CEO for Baton Rouge's Capital Area Transit System, was officially approved to be the new head of the agency on Tuesday, although some officials and transit advocates still have concerns about the board’s lack of commitment to a national search.


April 23, 2013

La. public transit system CEO steps down

CATS' Brian Marshall had recently been criticized by the board for not providing a business plan for tax revenues generated after passing a 10.6-millage tax last April.


November 28, 2011

CATS' trolley service for LSU football games a success

With more than 200,000 visitors to Baton Rouge for each of the home football games, "Trolley Rouge" is linking those visitors as well as locals to gaming and entertainment venues, restaurants and shops.


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