Topic : court decision

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Board overturns MARTA decision to outsource paratransit services

Management & Operations| February 13, 2017

The agency decided to outsource its paratransit service in 2015, citing the need to save money, increase efficiency, and improve on-time performance rates.

Minneapolis court rules bus surveillance footage is public

Management & Operations| August 27, 2015

The Metropolitan Council, which oversees Metro Transit, asserted the videos were non-public because they contained "personnel data" that could not be separated from the public portions of the video. The court ordered the Met Council to turn the videos over to KSTP.

Management & Operations| April 2, 2015

Controversial ads to appear on SEPTA buses

A federal court judge presiding over a dispute between the agency and a group seeking to purchase advertising space on SEPTA vehicles has ruled the agency must accept the ads, even if they contain messages that may be disparaging to riders and agency employees.

Management & Operations| March 20, 2015

Court rules King County Metro can bar controversial ad

The agency first accepted the ad in 2010, which reads "Israeli War Crimes Your Tax Dollars at Work,” but then revoked it, setting off a legal battle in 2011 that led to 30 months of deliberation.

Rail| December 31, 2014

Wis. board rejects $500K claim for high-speed rail work

Canadian Pacific Railway wants $500,715 for work performed in 2009 and 2010 to help Wisconsin prepare a bid for federal funding to build the line between Madison and Milwaukee. The plan was scrapped by then Gov. Scott Walker, with the railroad never being paid.

Rail| December 10, 2014

Supreme Court weighing Amtrak's power over U.S. railroads

If Amtrak can set standards, it can establish priority over the private freight railroads on the other side of the legal dispute. If it lacks such authority, freight service would have greater influence.

Bus| November 25, 2014

Appeals court rejects San Diego's highway, transportation plan

Environmental groups contend the plan far exceeds state targets for greenhouse gas emissions and too heavily favors more roads.

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