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August 21, 2014

San Diego MTS ridership reaches 95M passengers

Trolley ridership increased nearly 34% over the previous year from 29,699,366 in FY 2013 to 39,694,197 trips in FY 2014, while the bus system logged 55,316,353 trips in FY 2014, a 1% decrease over FY 2013 primarily due to construction delays on major routes.


November 18, 2009

San Diego MTS to cut $7M in service

Cuts are due to sales tax shortfalls and elimination of State Transit Assistance funds.


June 10, 2009

San Diego MTS passes FTA review

The Triennial Review evaluated the performance of MTS in carrying out its program, specifically referring to compliance with statutory and administrative requirements.


March 27, 2009

Labor unions, MTS establish memorial funds

Although neither of the victims were a part of the ATU, the union also joined in the effort to raise money for the families.


February 18, 2009

San Diego MTS debuts NABI BRT ad campaign

Multi-media campaign includes 13 billboards around San Diego, bus shelter posters, door hangers and a photo contest.


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