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December 6, 2013

Veolia wins Calif. paratransit, fixed-route contract

The extension, which was recommended by the RABA staff, is set to begin July 1, 2014.


June 20, 2011

Mich. bus route overhaul to increase efficiency, cut costs

The Macatawa Area Express system will revamp half of its routes to make them more efficient and convenient, which will also help reduce costs. The transit system aims to increase service frequencies on standard bus routes to help reduce demand-response usage.


March 3, 2011

San Diego selects First Transit for fixed-route service

Will include the operation of 29 vehicles by 37 drivers. First Transit has worked with MTS for 11 years and also operates the system’s paratransit service.


October 1, 2009

ORT selects RouteMatch Software solution

With RouteMatch's automated system, ORT can use its fixed route and/or paratransit vehicles to provide services on a given day or shift, using just one screen and one technology infrastructure.


March 9, 2009

First Transit signs new Calif. contract

Three-year agreement includes the operation, maintenance and management of 21 transit buses, which will provide local fixed route, intercity commuter and ADA paratransit services.


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