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SEPTA investing $44M in paratransit vehicles, services

Accessibility| June 1, 2015

The board also approved a new advertising policy, following a March 11 ruling that SEPTA had to accept a controversial bus ad featuring Hitler because the agency had previously accepted other political and controversial ads on public issues.

Heath named Community Transit CEO

Management & Operations| March 6, 2015

Emmett Heath served as Director of Administration at Community Transit for 10 years before taking over as CEO in an acting capacity last summer following retirement of the former CEO.

Accessibility| July 10, 2014

Community Transit CEO, Eleanor to step down

Eleanor, the longest-tenured leader of the six Puget Sound transit agencies, presided over unprecedented expansion of transit services in Snohomish County, including the introduction of the state's first bus rapid transit line, Swift.
Bus| September 26, 2013

Community Transit restores service it cut in 2010

During the recession, the transit system cut 37% of its bus service, partly by restructuring its route network. Beginning Sept. 30, Community Transit is adding back service hours primarily on commuter trips to the University of Washington and downtown Seattle.
Bus| February 13, 2013

Community Transit aims for 25% ridership boost

Has cut its service by 37% over the past three years, but hopes to increase ridership by making its services more productive.
Bus| January 22, 2013

Wash.'s Community Transit to increase fares

Starting next month, bus fares will increase by 25 cents per trip. Fares for commuter, vanpool and Dial-A-Ride services will also increase.
Bus| January 10, 2013

Wash. agency aims for 25% ridership increase

Community Transit’s draft six-year Transit Development Plan for 2013-18 calls for the increase by 2017, while adding no significant new service growth.
Bus| October 25, 2012

Wash.’s Community Transit launches real-time tech pilot

Outfitting all its buses with GPS, automatic passenger counters and other technology that will improve operations, and eventually allow customers to get real-time bus information by phone, computer or mobile device.
University| October 15, 2012

Transit set to add trips to U. of Washington

The trips come after Community Transit drastically cut service over the past two years in response to declining sales-tax revenue. Much of that service was on local routes.
Bus| August 17, 2012

Transit systems reunite owners with lost items

Transit agencies’ lost and found departments catalog, store and sometimes track down the owners of items left on buses and railcars.

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