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December 23, 2013

Texas city's first bus service meeting early ridership goals

The two-year pilot program, Metro ArlingtonXpress, has been logging about 250 passenger trips a day since it opened in August 2013.


August 21, 2013

Arlington, Texas launches first mass transit service

The new express bus service, Metro ArlingtonXpress will connect the Trinity Railway Express' CentrePort/DFW Airport Station with College Park at the University of Texas at Arlington in the downtown area.


August 8, 2011

Mich. university, The Rapid partner for commuter service

The primary purpose of providing the new bus service is to make it easier for current and prospective students from the Grand Rapids area to enroll at Ferris State University's Big Rapids campus.


April 5, 2011

MCI delivers D4500s to Penn. transit agency

The new coaches serve the agency's Elizabethville and Shippensburg commuter routes into Harrisburg. Both represent rides of more than 45 minutes.


April 28, 2010

Calif. commuter service celebrates 3 millionth rider

Bishop Ranch has taken a leadership role in addressing the transit needs of its commuters, which has helped eliminate more than 10,000 cars on the road every day, resulting in almost two million pounds fewer pollutants released into the air.


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