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September 16, 2010

Minn. Valley Transit Authority wins innovation award

Improving schedule reliability and helping drivers feel confident when using bus-only shoulders on suburban highways are two of the goals of the Driver Assist System currently being implemented by the MVTA. The system will be used in operating the state's first bus rapid transit line on Cedar Avenue, where buses will be operating on shoulders rather than on a full transitway.


May 25, 2010

Minnesota Valley demos Xcelsior bus

Will operate on a variety of routes from June 3-11, ensuring that passengers, drivers and maintenance personnel have the opportunity to provide comments about the bus.


November 12, 2009

American Seating, MVTA team up for holidays

MVTA won American Seating's "Ticket to Ride" promotion at the APTA Exposition in October 2008 and previously used some of the money for a promotion in connection with "Read and Ride Day" at the Minnesota State Fair.


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