October 28, 2013
Nashua Transit System is a public transportation provider offering fixed-route and demand-response services. The transit agency serves nearly 540,000 riders.
October 9, 2012
Includes the management of 70 employees and the operation of 37 vehicles, which conducts more than 700,000 trips annually.
May 16, 2012
The total estimated cost for both contracts is $43.4 million. The contracts are for five-year terms, with an option for two additional years.
April 24, 2012
The two-year contract, which goes into effect May 17, 2012, also includes operation of the Downtown Loop circulator service, development of a seamless regional fare system, and management of the Special Services Office that sells fare products and evaluates applicants for the city’s Economy Fare Program.
March 19, 2012
Won light rail contracts in U.K, Australia and reinforced position in U.S. through the acquisition of Tectrans Inc.
November 30, 2011
In May 2011 the 190 Capital Area Transit employees and 89 vehicles moved to a new $30 million transit facility that accommodates operations and maintenance. The new facility was built by the city and replaced the old facility built in the late 1970's.
November 17, 2011
The SRTA operates 79 buses, throughout local counties, including Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Fall River, Freetown, Mattapoisett, New Bedford, Somerset, Swansea and Westport.
July 20, 2011
More than 470,000 people ride MetroLink annually, connecting them to many points throughout the twin cities region.
May 9, 2011
Will provide management and operations for the 16 vehicle operation, including the installation of DriveCam fleet monitoring systems to ensure the highest safety standard. CAT will continue to provide maintenance for all vehicles.
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