Topic : Chatham Area Transit

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VIA Metropolitan Transit adds to executive management team

Management & Operations| August 19, 2019

Marisa Bono the Public Engagement Group as chief strategic officer and Curtis Koleber is the agency’s new head of Transportation.

Chatham Area Transit CEO resigns to accept new transit position

Management & Operations| June 18, 2019

Curtis Koleber has headed up CAT for nearly six years after joining the agency in 2013 as COO/deputy executive director.

Accessibility| November 27, 2017

Chatham Area Transit to overhaul paratransit service

Agency is adding more staff and vehicles to its fleet.

Accessibility| February 9, 2015

Ga. agency changes paratransit eligibility process

The goal of the updated process is to ensure that only persons who meet the regulatory criteria are regarded as eligible for paratransit service, making this vital service more efficient. Eligibility is based on limitations to an individual’s abilities, not just the presence of a disability.

Rail| August 20, 2013

Chatham Area Transit proposes tax allocation district to fund streetcar

This resource is projected to generate anywhere from $36.7 million to $84.5 million in revenue, which the transit agency proposes $16 million of those funds be earmarked for the streetcar project.
Accessibility| July 1, 2010

Veolia to manage Ga. transit operations

Contract gives the company total responsibility for all aspects of Chatham Area Transit service, which includes 60 buses, two ferry boats, one streetcar and 26 paratransit vehicles.

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