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March 26, 2013

Monterey, Calif. transit hits 1M miles of safe driving

One-hundred and three days have passed without collisions or accidents with other vehicles, or material damage to property deemed to be the fault of an MST employee.


September 7, 2011

Monterey, Calif., partners with music festival to launch BRT

The 6.75-mile “JAZZ” service will introduce new technologies that include queue jump lanes, transit signal priority, and increased stop spacing to streamline bus traffic along the corridor and reduce travel times by up to 25 percent.


April 20, 2011

Monterey, Calif. transit system honored by U.S. Army

The U.S. Army Garrison, Presidio of Monterey earned the award for successfully teaming with Monterey-Salinas Transit by utilizing the Mass Transportation Benefit Program and the Transportation Incentive Program to promote transit use to and from the base.


June 28, 2010

Web Extra: New Monterey, Calif. route to connect University, community

Will provide a direct route to and from the city of Salinas — where 25 percent of registered students live — as well as shopping and other commercial locations. Vehicles are equipped with bike racks and wheelchair lifts to ensure more convenience for students.


June 15, 2010

MCI delivers to Va., Calif., Quebec

Transit agencies added Commuter Coaches and J4500s to accommodate expanding transit service areas.


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