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NJ Transit releases fare, service proposal

Bus| March 5, 2010
The plan calls for most of the changes to take effect May 1, 2010, and NJ Transit expects to generate more than $140 million in revenue.

38 CTA employees return to work

Bus| February 9, 2010
The CTA recently laid off 1,057 workers and cut services because of budget issues.
Bus| January 21, 2010

CTA: Ridership down from 2008, higher than 2007

Will implement service reductions next month as a result of lower than anticipated revenues due to the sluggish economy.
Bus| January 12, 2010

Calif. Gov.'s budget could force more OCTA cuts

Cuts would be deeper than those approved last November.
Accessibility| December 17, 2009

N.Y. MTA unanimously approves 2010 budget

The board also authorized the MTA to schedule public hearings regarding some of the service changes included in the budget. The budget does not include a fare increase in 2010, adhering to the schedule identified with the Legislature in the spring.
Accessibility| December 14, 2009

N.Y. MTA 2010 budget proposal cuts payroll, services

Proposal addresses a $383 million gap that had developed over the past two weeks due to several significant unfavorable developments, including a $143 million state budget cut.
Bus| November 11, 2009

Cleveland RTA plans service cuts, not fare hikes

Actions taken to reduce costs include reducing staff, freezing salaries and eliminating the community circulator service.
Bus| November 10, 2009

Calif.'s OCTA to cut bus service by 8 percent

Agency's board will cut an additional 8 percent if a sizable amount of state funding doesn't "materialize."
Bus| October 14, 2009

Chicago Transit unveils budget recommendations

Identified three areas that have contributed to the shortfall: declining public funding, union contracts and pension obligations.
University| September 28, 2009

Are university services being impacted by budgets?

Some campuses are discontinuing daytime shuttle hours, others are using opportunity to get better pricing for services, while some are reducing frequency of services.

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