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San Diego MTS named 'Employer of the Year' by disability group

Accessibility| September 22, 2016

The award highlights the agency's commitment to diversity in the workplace and expanding job opportunities for persons with developmental disabilities.

Calif. awards $390M in Cap and Trade grants to projects around state

Sustainability| August 17, 2016

The funds will go to several projects, including commuter and intercity rail projects in northern California, such as expanded ACE, San Joaquin and Capitol Corridor service, that will link the high-speed rail project to millions of Californians through shared stations in the Bay Area and the Central Valley.

Rail| June 22, 2016

Southern Calif. Amtrak, transit agencies launch free transfer program

The Pacific Surfliner transit transfer program provides free connections between 23 daily Pacific Surfliner trains and 12 local transit providers along a 351-mile route in the counties of San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo.

Management & Operations| March 17, 2016

Sacramento RT approves fare hikes

Effective this July, the move is in response to a $2.7 million budget deficit projected for Fiscal Year 2016.

Rail| February 1, 2016

Siemens expands Sacramento footprint with new rail services headquarters

Siemens to refurbish 32 Calgary Transit light rail vehicles, among many other rail service projects, at new 60,000 square-foot facility.

Motorcoach| January 21, 2016

S.F. bill would allow city to conduct extra bus safety inspections

The bill is part of a package of legislation introduced this month inspired by a tour bus crash in Union Square in November that injured 20 people.

Government Issues| August 21, 2015

Calif. transit agencies say fed grants blocked over pension reform law

The agencies thought they had won a federal court victory late last year, when a judge ruled that the state law did not violate a federal prohibition against interfering with public employees' collective bargaining rights, but the Labor Department is still enforcing the rule.

Management & Operations| August 20, 2015

Calif. transit agency marks 75th year, rebrands

Gardena Municipal Bus Lines had always been respected by its riders, but the agency wasn’t very well known within the larger community, which made attracting new riders a challenge. The solution? Rebranding the agency as GTrans.

Rail| August 19, 2015

Sacramento sports teams launch campaign to push transit improvements

Sacramento Republic FC and Sacramento Kings officials say the campaign on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter will give riders and non-riders a forum to post comments, questions, gripes, ideas, photos and videos — and a chance for RT to respond.

Sustainability| August 14, 2015

Calif. Energy Commission approves New Flyer fuel-cell demo project

The purpose of the program is to encourage demonstration of advanced technologies and help develop commercial vehicles that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, displace petroleum fuel demand, stimulate economic development and enhance market acceptance that will lead to commercial production.

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