After a surprising defeat in 2012, transportation planners in Alameda County went back to voters in November and found what it takes to get residents to say yes to tax increases for transportation projects.
Lextran brought the latest technology onboard to improve service and is now underway in a project to consolidate its operations, maintenance and administrative facilities in to one LEED-certified facility.
Finding a swift resolution to a complex public transport issue may seem a little risky but there is a sense of urgency for those citizens of Bogotá struggling to partake in productivity at work and getting home early enough to appreciate family.
Kirt Conrad, Executive Director, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority
In 2014, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) began contract services for Medicaid clients in Stark County. This was an important venture not only for the...
Public-private partnerships offer transit agencies the ability to benefit from a CNG program promptly, even when immediate funding to pay the up-front costs of the CNG infrastructure may be unavailable.
When diesel prices began to skyrocket in 2007, StarMetro in Tallahassee, Fla., found itself in a pinch to pay for fuel.
The 72 bus fleet saw its fuel cost forecast dramatically impacted by the jump in diesel, so leaders there began to look into ways to...
Annual DART Ridership Increases 5 Percent
Total ridership on Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority (DART) services reached 4.7 million rides in the last fiscal year (July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014), an increase...