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February 15, 2011

Kitsap Transit may contract out bus driver jobs

The agency is citing terms of labor agreements that allow it to contract out bus driving on some routes to keep costs down. The operators’ union argues that the agreement does not give the agency that right.


November 20, 2009

Kitsap Transit chief calls for separate agency

Says new agency needed to for BRT, ferries to support county's economic development.


September 16, 2009

Seattle transit expands smart card system

Seven partner agencies are launching major promotional efforts for One Regional Card for All (ORCA), and moving forward with steps to phase out other transit passes.


April 20, 2009

Seattle transit rolls out smart card

Electronic fare system will replace about 300 various passes, tickets and transfers with a single card that works for all seven of the major public transportation agencies serving King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties.


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