January 13, 2014
DART First State paratransit fare increases will take place over a three years instead of two years. The public said in hearings that the fare hikes were too high and happening too quickly, and paratransit providers said that any change this fiscal year would create budget challenges.
November 25, 2013
Delaware Transit Corp., which operates DART First State, wants to double most bus and paratransit fares over two years, expand bus routes and implement a new model of paratransit.
October 28, 2013
The paratransit program, which cost $15 million to run in 2000, now costs $50 million — a 233% increase.
September 18, 2013
Lauren Skiver is a 16-year veteran of the transit industry. She currently serves as the CEO of the State of Delaware Transit Corp. (DART), headquartered in Wilmington, Del.
March 13, 2013
Richard Paprcka most recently served as NJ Transit's director, maintenance, Northern Division Bus Operations.
September 17, 2012
On hand to present the awards was past President of the MSBMA and President of Champion Bus John Resnik. Chicago area-based Pace Suburban Bus was the top agency, with more than 1,400 vehicles.
September 23, 2011
Will provide computer-aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location technology integrated with Delaware Transit Corp.’s existing fixed-route and paratransit scheduling and operations management.
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