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January 13, 2014

S.D. paratransit looks to nonprofits for support

The Sioux Falls City Council created a task force to help the city and nonprofit organizations, including the AARP, figure out how they can support Sioux Area Metro in providing rides for those in need. The agency spends nearly half of its $7 million annual budget on paratransit services.


August 22, 2013

Chicago Transit partnership to offer students free rides

Students and accompanying adults will ride free this Monday, which is the first day of Chicago Public Schools’ fall semester.


May 6, 2013

IndyGo growth continues with new services

Ridership has slowly grown from just over eight million in 2009 to 10.2 million in 2012, with that growth continuing or holding reasonably steady over the first few months of 2013.


April 8, 2013

UT Survey: City, campus, housing partners crucial to university systems

Operators from Ohio, Maryland and Arizona tell us about the relationships that help them run their services.


April 3, 2013

SEPTA unveils rail station ‘library’

Partnered with the Free Library of Philadelphia and Dunkin' Donuts to offer throughout the month of April what is believed to be the nation's first virtual library at a train station. Riders can access books and podcasts by scanning QR codes or logging on to the Free Library's website.


October 20, 2011

ABA announces new insurance partnerships

Through this innovative partnership any ABA member will be able to offer their employees first-rate insurance products including major medical, dental, vision, life, hospital indemnity and 401K.


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