Topic : Community Transit

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INIT delivering next-generation fare collection system for Seattle area

Technology| October 8, 2018

Will revolutionize the transit customer experience by providing real-time account-management and fare processing.

Wash.'s Community Transit adding New Flyer artics

Bus| September 28, 2018

The buses will replace older buses that have reached service lifespan and are a part of a $12 million investment in service changes that will introduce BRT in 2019.

Bus| April 10, 2018

Wash.'s Community Transit BRT line lands $43.2M grant

The Green Line will connect major employment and residential centers, including Canyon Park, Paine Field, and Mill Creek Town Center.

Management & Operations| February 22, 2018

Seattle Mayor announces free transit passes for high school students

The program will cost the city $3.8 million from the Transportation Benefit District, with $1 million from King County Metro. Officials plan for the program to launch in Fall 2018.

Management & Operations| February 1, 2018

Denver RTD names new chief operating officer

Michael Ford will take over the new position and oversee the assistant general managers of rail operations and bus operations.

Construction begins on Community Transit bus hub

The Seaway Transit Center will serve Paine Field area buses, including the new Swift Green Line.

Accessibility| November 4, 2016

Community Transit awards surplus vans to nonprofits

Twelve non-profit groups from Snohomish Country, Wash. will be able to provide more than 26,000 trips to foster children, the homeless, disabled veterans and low-income residents due to the agency's Van GO program.

Management & Operations| October 20, 2016

Community Transit programs removed 370K drive-alone trips in 2016

Choice Connections and Curb the Congestion target large employers and most-congested corridors, and recognize individuals who use transportation options.

Bus| August 18, 2016

Community Transit to add 17 Alexander Dennis 'Double Tall' buses

Four of the new buses will replace aging 60-foot buses that serve the Seattle commuter market; the other 13 double deckers will be expansion buses to accommodate new service.

Security and Safety | February 4, 2016

8 Wash. agencies testing Mobileye collision avoidance system

Operations have equipped 38 buses with the Mobileye Shield+ System, which combines multiple smart vision sensors manufactured by Mobileye with a driver interface manufactured by Rosco Vision Systems.

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