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SF Muni and BART launch accessibility pilot

Accessibility| October 20, 2009
The 18-month pilot project will allow senior and disabled customers unlimited access to BART in San Francisco and all Muni transit services with the purchase of a single pass.

D.C. Metro honors individual for accessibility efforts

Accessibility| September 29, 2009
Richard Pelkey worked tirelessly to make the Metrorail system more accessible after moving to Arlington in the late 1980s after becoming a quadriplegic as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
Accessibility| September 29, 2009

Long Island adds sedans to paratransit fleet

Switch could possibly save LI Bus millions of dollars, with the cost of a Crown Victoria coming in at approximately $22,000 compared to about $100,000 for a paratransit bus.
Motorcoach| September 15, 2009

MCI delivers J4500 to Pa.

The delivery will mark the eighth J4500 for Hagey Coach and Tours, bringing its fleet to a total of 20 MCI motorcoaches, 150 school buses and 20 vans.
Accessibility| September 2, 2009

METRO Briefs

Audit: more efficient transit scheduling could save millions. N.Y. bus to replace paratransit vehicles with sedans. Bill targets riders with odor.
Accessibility| July 24, 2009

Ariz. agencies to be honored for ADA efforts

The ADA Liberty Progress Award is granted to a community organization or advocate whose intent and actions embrace the accessibility, inclusion and advancement of Arizonans with disabilities.
Bus| July 9, 2009

Sec. LaHood awards $6.7 Million in training grants

The OJT/SS grants were included in ARRA to supplement federal training programs and to support the training programs of state departments of transportation for highway construction contractors, apprentices and trainees.
Accessibility| May 13, 2009

Conference for transit trainers set for St. Louis

Association of Travel Instruction, whose members teach persons with disabilities of all ages and seniors how to use public transportation systems safely and independently, will hold its Ninth Annual Continuing Education Conference from July 31 to August 2, 2009, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel–Downtown, St. Louis.
Accessibility| April 6, 2009

Wheelchair Lift

The Mirage wheelchair lift has a low profile, cassette-type design, offering reliable operation with minimal intrusion in the luggage bay.
Accessibility| March 27, 2009

T&I discusses transportation issues for disabled

Issues include ensuring adequate funding for public transit; making communities, infrastructure and transportation services more commuter friendly and more accessible; and helping persons with disabilities with transportation costs, and making transportation services more affordable.

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