July 21, 2014
The fleet underwent a full-scale system test earlier this month, where all 15 MetroRapid 803 buses operated like a regular service day, to make sure the technology and route timing works.
June 27, 2014
The funding includes $28 million for the purchase of four rail cars, which will double the capacity of the Red Line, allowing up to 2,400 additional passenger trips during morning and afternoon peak travel times.
February 18, 2014
The mobile tickets incorporate a QR Code which can be read by INIT’s PROXmobil2 readers installed on the new MetroRapid BRT buses.
August 20, 2012
Following a competitive procurement process, McDonald Transit was selected to assume responsibility for the fixed-route bus operations and maintenance, formerly provided by StarTran Inc. MV Transportation was selected to assume the MetroAccess operations.
July 12, 2012
A total of 54 New Flyer buses were approved for purchase as a part of Capital Metro’s bus replacement strategy to maintain a state of good repair. The buses cost a total of $23.3 million.
June 17, 2010
Linda Watson is the CEO of Orlando, Fla.-based LYNX, which, under her direction, became the first transit agency in the nation to build, operate and produce biodiesel blending for its entire fleet.
March 23, 2010
The opening comes after many delays and miscues, which plagued the agency.
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