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NJ Transit plans move to larger buses, railcars

Bus| September 12, 2014
Move to multilevel railcars would increase available seats by 6% while decreasing the number of railcars in the fleet, while switching to 45-foot buses would increase overall seating capacity by 7%, according to the agency.

Health Care's Fraying Safety Net Impacting Paratransit, NEMT Transportation

Accessibility| November 15, 2012
Paratransit and NEMT are being overwhelmed with an uptick in Medicaid-eligible riders. If implemented, the Affordable Care Act will make the influx even higher. Operators are facing changes in how they are funded and deliver transportation. They say they need to work more closely with partners to cope.
Bus| August 22, 2012

Chicago Transit to add bus, rail service

Will reduce the time between trains and buses and lower peak crowd loads by 10% to 15% in most cases. Through the first half of 2012, CTA's ridership growth was higher than nearly every other major U.S. transit system.
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