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July 30, 2012

L.A. DOT joins area smart card system

This new expansion makes Los Angeles the largest regional smart card operation in the U.S., according to Jane Matsumoto, deputy executive officer at Metro.


May 23, 2012

MV purchases LA DOT contract

Will replace Coach America as LA DOT’s Northern provider of Commuter Express and DASH services in June.


November 30, 2011

LADOT unveils MCI alternative-fueled commuter coaches

The new buses will be used on LADOT's "Commuter Express" service and replace 95 older, diesel powered buses. The nearly $67 million purchase also makes the fleet 100% CNG driven, joining its 200 "DASH" shuttle buses, which are already 100% alternatively propelled.


October 4, 2011

MCI honors La.'s Calco Travel, L.A. DOT for raising service standards

Callen Hotard, president, and his wife Coleen, vice president, have worked hard to raise industry standards in the Gulf Coast region. LADOT's 84 new, 40-foot, CNG-powered Commuter Coaches are ideal for serving the agency’s upscale Commuter Express routes.


October 3, 2011

MCI to mark delivery of CNG coaches to long-time customer

LADOT ordered 84 new MCI Commuter Coaches powered by compressed natural gas (CNG). Intended to serve the agency's Commuter Express routes, the 40-foot CNG coaches represent LADOT's first-ever order from MCI.


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