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February 24, 2014

Iowa paratransit aims to expand fleet to meet ridership growth

Since the number of SEATS bus trips has steadily increased by 10,000 rides each year for the past five years, transit officials are asking the agency’s board of directors for four replacement vehicles and two additional buses to accommodate the demand.


June 24, 2013

Iowa officials approve paratransit contract

The vote, and the resulting contract that begins July 1, now mean that the county will keep the more than 30-year-old SEATS paratransit program afloat for area residents.


May 24, 2013

Iowa City's paratransit agreement proposes funding cuts

The draft could reach the Iowa City Council for a formal vote in June.


April 29, 2013

Iowa moving closer to paratransit contract

The five-year SEATS contract caps Johnson County’s contributions for mandated paratransit services at $200,000 for Fiscal Year 2014, plus an annual increase of up to 3%.


March 11, 2013

Board cuts Iowa cities paratransit funds

Iowa City’s amount will be cut by about $360,000 while lowering the funding to Coralville by more than $100,000, as of July 1. The board, however, expressed an openness to continue paratransit discussion.


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