April 7, 2014
CCTA drivers and management were fighting over split-shift lengths, disciplinary policies, the use of part-time drivers and wages.
January 13, 2014
Will review a settlement deal that would let Metro Mobility Management Group out of its five-year, $90 million contract to operate the paratransit service. The operation has offered to continue the service until early 2015.
January 6, 2014
Said university was within its rights to move the Dinky station approximately 500 feet south because it had received the necessary approvals from NJ Transit.
August 29, 2013
Video surveillance images showed that Justyna Palka was walking in the crosswalk with a green light when the driver made a right turn and ran her over, according to her family's lawyers.
April 24, 2013
Will provide $4 million for an agriculture preservation fund to resolve claims that part of its project could violate state environment law. Will also pay about $1 million in attorneys’ fees to county farm bureaus and other groups that sued.
April 2, 2012
The primary cause of the nine-day strike was a 35-cent-an-hour difference in "certification" pay between the union's demand and SEPTA's offer. Transit police were seeking the pay as a way of getting a slight additional increase beyond the pattern set by the Transport Workers Union contract.
December 14, 2011
The bus was carrying a Canadian youth hockey team from Windsor, Ontario, when it swerved off Interstate 390 about 30 miles south of Rochester and slammed into the truck parked on the side of the highway on Jan. 29, 2005.
March 10, 2010
The accident, which occurred in New York in 2005, killed four people.
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