News Tagged With: fixed-route-services
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September 16, 2013

Calif. paratransit expands service

Added stops to its Downtown Shuttle Route. Additionally, seniors and ADA riders may now transfer, free of charge, to the fixed-route system.


March 19, 2013

Keolis to operate Las Vegas bus service

The five-year contract includes service along the resort corridor of Las Vegas Boulevard as well as the Deuce on the Strip as well as the Strip and Downtown Express routes.


November 9, 2012

N.C.'s PART board approves National Express contract

Services are scheduled to begin in December and will include management and operation of 42 vehicles, operating six days a week, as well as running 13 express and shuttle routes all across the Piedmont Triad.


October 22, 2012

Palm Tran ridership hits record

This is the fourth consecutive year that fixed-route ridership increased and the third consecutive year that new ridership records were set.


October 10, 2012

Veolia earns L.A. contract extension

The new contract goes into effect in November and includes operation of the city’s 130 vehicles in the fixed-route fleet.


August 27, 2012

Calif. county paratransit sees big fare hikes, service cuts

A visually impaired Merced County resident wrote about GSG Merced County Transit’s plan to increase Dial-a-Ride fares by 50%, cut rural Dial-a-Ride service, and only allow trips for medical appointments for up to $10 each way for blind and visually impaired riders.


August 17, 2012

Ann Arbor transit expansion takes step forward

A draft five-year transit program proposes several improvements in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti: more frequent service, extended service on weekdays and weekends and more direct service (limiting the need for transfers) to be provided on major corridors and several local routes. Ann Arbor riders will also be able to access communities beyond the city's borders.


August 13, 2012

TARTA to offer free rides to some paratransit riders

Those who are qualified will be able to ride fixed-route buses without having to pay a fare. The agency’s paratransit ridership grew by 15.8% in the last year.


August 9, 2012

Veolia renews Indiana's TRANSPO contract

Over the next three years Veolia will be implementing additional programs that will focus on both safety and customer service.


July 18, 2012

Calif. county extends Veolia contract

The new five-year contract began July 1, 2012 and has two one-year options.


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