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July 30, 2012

Fla.’s LYNX lands grant to upgrade paratransit buses

Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority received $3.36 million from the FTA for vehicle upgrades. The funding will pay for up to 42 new vehicles.


July 30, 2012

OCTA's ACCESS receives $1.2M for vehicles

In addition, opened the doors this year to a new indoor, simulated transit facility used to determine passenger eligibility for the paratransit service.


June 25, 2012

A-Z, Elkhart deliver paratransit vehicles to Ariz.

Equipped with a front lift, AVL, camera system and custom graphics. The buses were ordered and delivered in less than five months, using a CalACT-MBTA Vehicle Purchasing Cooperative RFP.


June 25, 2012

N.Y. counties win chance to buy $1 paratransit buses

All paratransit buses will be transferred in “AS IS” condition, with no representations, guarantees or warranties, for the sum of $1 and a contractual commitment to use the vehicles for purposes that benefit the residents of Westchester County.


June 25, 2012

Topeka staff, riders to select new paratransit vehicles

Replacing the 15-bus paratransit fleet is expected to cost $1.2 million — an amount already set aside in Topeka Metro’s capital outlay budget for this fiscal year.


May 30, 2012

D.C. Metro unveils new MV-1 vehicles for paratransit service

MetroAccess customers will benefit from shorter boarding times as a result of the MV-1 ramp design, which allows customers to board without the use of a lift. The vehicles cost about $50,000 each.


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