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July 29, 2013

Okla. paratransit hits capacity

The service provided 8,453 rides last fiscal year, up from 3,520 rides in 2009-10, when the system started operation. Each month, the paratransit service gets 10 to 12 new applications.


July 30, 2012

Texas’s CityLink to replace aging paratransit vehicles

Will replace nine or 10 aging vehicles, some of which have surpassed 10 years of service or 300,000 miles.


July 9, 2012

Okla. transit honored for school partnership

Edmond, Okla.'s Citylink bus service has grown ridership on its campus route, known as Broncholink, since it began operation of the service, which will require switching to a larger bus.


March 12, 2012

Maine college offers students free transit bus pass

Students must be currently enrolled at the university to qualify for the free pass.


March 25, 2009

Firefly equips transit fleet with micro-cell battery

Advanced battery technology comprises the use of lightweight, non-corroding and non-sulfating microcell foam plates to replace the heavy non-conductive lead metal plates typical of traditional lead acid batteries.


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