Topic : CATS

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UNC-Charlotte, CATS, may revive campus shuttle

Bus| November 9, 2009
Campus shuttle service may come back after being canceled eight years ago for low usage.

CATS donates bus to CPCC mechanic students

University| September 14, 2009
CATS recently retired the 1997 40-foot Gillig bus, and Charlotte City Council approved the donation to CPCC.
Rail| July 31, 2009

Appropriations leg. includes CATS rail extension

The next step will be for the House and Senate committees to work out the final appropriations number to be included in the legislation.
Bus| June 4, 2009

Locking in Today's Fuel Prices for Tomorrow: Is it Worth the Risk

Although fuel prices have gone down after going through the roof last summer, many believe they will rise once the economy begins to level off. By using Energy Price Risk Management, transit agencies may be able to create budget certainty and protect themselves from market volatility.
Bus| May 20, 2009

METRO Briefs

Witnesses: BART transit officer seemed shocked. Fare evaders exploiting N.Y. MTA bus service. CATS transit chief heads to San Antonio.
Bus| March 31, 2009

CATS launches Google Transit

Google Transit integrates all the features of Google Maps, including the local search and trip planner features, which provides three options on CATS routes.
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