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January 27, 2014

AC Transit BRT project gains final approval

The project will make bus transit more efficient and cleaner with dedicated bus lanes, improved street lighting and crosswalks, artistic landscaping, signal priority and more.


November 21, 2013

AC Transit removes youth fare card hurdle

Riders may now apply for a Youth Clipper card by mail, email or fax, and then receive a registered card in the mail, instead of having to apply in person with a photo ID.


November 8, 2013

AC Transit rolls out new Gilligs

The dark green buses are the third in a series of locally-built coaches acquired as part of the agency’s “A Better Ride” campaign and its Buy American Goods policy.


March 6, 2013

AC Transit balances budget

New performance and management strategies have taken hold over the past year, cutting expenses, boosting workforce efficiency and winning approval from the AC Transit board of directors.


February 10, 2012

Former HART chief tapped to head AC Transit

David J. Armijo will replace retiring Mary King, who led the transit district since October 2009.


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