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September 7, 2012

Ind.’s CIRTA launches new commuter shuttle

The Plainfield Connector will provide transportation to worksites in industrial parks and the Metropolis mall in Plainfield, Ind. The shuttle is a three-year demonstration project being funded through a Congestion Mitigation Air Quality grant.


February 21, 2012

Cincinnati breaks ground on 3.9-mile streetcar

Will connect Cincinnati's riverfront and downtown employers with Findlay Market and the Over-the Rhine historic district, revitalizing neighborhoods along the route and giving people greater mobility and access to jobs and services.


January 12, 2012

TARC awarded $1M to continue bus service

Will continue frequent bus service for another year on its two most popular routes. Ridership has increased 20% on the routes since last February.


August 27, 2010

Minn. Valley receives 2 Gillig BRT buses

Agency was awarded a CMAQ grant in 2009-2010 to fund these and eight additional vehicles to be delivered in 2011. The vehicles cost just more than $400,000 each.


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