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March 25, 2013

Fund launched to cover N. Kentucky paratransit fees

TANK board members provided personal gifts to launch the PROJECT RAMP Fund. Shortly after its creation, employees also contributed to the fund and are continuing to do so by payroll deductions.

October 15, 2012

SORTA, Ky. transit offering discount passes to colleges

Making free and discounted rides available to students and faculty at University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, Northern Kentucky University, and Gateway Community & Technical College.

August 22, 2011

Fed grant helps Ky. transit, college, expand shuttle service

Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky and Gateway Community and Technical College are adding shuttle service. The expansion was made possible in part from a Department of Health and Human Services grant.

August 31, 2009

Northern Ky. U. program saves money, environment

Program allows university faculty, staff and students to ride all regular Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky bus routes and university shuttles for free.


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