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May 23, 2013

Muni transit fee sought for big S.F. events

Surcharge would be tacked onto Giants baseball tickets and any other ticket to an event that draws more than 1,000 people and would help transit system make fleet upgrades.


October 2, 2012

Iowa bus replacement could be tough under MAP-21

Under the previous federal law, the state was able to obtain $3 million two years in a row to replace aging public transit buses. MAP-21, however, focuses on rail and fixed guideway systems, which the state does not have.


September 11, 2012

RIPTA halts fleet paint job plans amid cost concerns

Embattled CEO Charles Odimgbe, who was placed on administrative leave last month while the agency's finances are being investigated, ordered the new color scheme, but did not seek the approval of the agency’s board of directors, a RIPTA spokesperson said.


July 30, 2012

Fla.’s LYNX lands grant to upgrade paratransit buses

Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority received $3.36 million from the FTA for vehicle upgrades. The funding will pay for up to 42 new vehicles.


July 30, 2012

Texas’s CityLink to replace aging paratransit vehicles

Will replace nine or 10 aging vehicles, some of which have surpassed 10 years of service or 300,000 miles.


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