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June 30, 2014

Longtime CATA GM Mose retires

During his 19-year tenure, CATA became one of the first transit agencies on the East Coast to operate a 100% CNG bus fleet.


March 29, 2010

CATA extends late night Loop service at Penn State

Service is one of four fare-free circulator routes operated by transit agency on behalf of Penn State, which links the campus with downtown State College, major concentrations of student housing, and the fraternity district.


September 24, 2009

CoachCrafters wins State College, Pa. contract

While CoachCrafters is completing this work, FAB Industries will be working on replacing worn CNG lines and adding fuel capacity to some of the units.


April 3, 2009

Michigan transit chooses Trapeze for ITS

Solution includes a number of in-vehicle technologies for nearly 250 paratransit, fixed route and supervisory vehicles, integrated with CATA's existing back-office scheduling, dispatching, traveler information and operations management solutions.


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