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March 13, 2013

Calif. agency adds triple bike racks

Gold Coast Transit will install new Sportworks racks on all 54 of its buses.


April 27, 2011

INIT to equip Calif. agency with scheduling solution

The contract calls for 12 workstation licenses and a Google Transit Export feature as well as a rostering, bidding and timekeeping software, (PERDIS) which will assist Gold Coast Transit to efficiently schedule and manage their 100-plus drivers.


December 3, 2009

Calif.'s Gold Coast Transit adopts fare increase

In the past year, State Transit Assistance funding was eliminated completely and the Transportation Development Act Funds that local government use to pay for GCT transit service declined sharply.


July 29, 2009

Gold Coast donates retired vehicles to non-profits

Vehicles fueled with CNG, providing the recipients an extra benefit of being environmentally friendly. All the agencies receiving vehicles are responsible for fueling, maintaining and insuring the vehicles, and each will track how the vehicles are used.


March 4, 2009

Calif.’s Gold Coast Transit, union reach agreement

The agreement provides a wage increase of almost 10 percent over the two years covered by the contract and a medical benefit contribution increase totaling almost 12 percent over that same time period.


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