Entries tagged with "bus"
Wichita Transit is continuing its upgrade of the city’s bus fleet, with plans to purchase 10 more new buses.
CBS reports on CATS Baton Rouge.
Big Brother? Bus surveillance spurs privacy debate.
Roaring Fork is constructing 13 new bus stations!
RFTA is promoting fast, fun and frequent service. It’s new stations are aesthetically pleasing to encourage choice riders to increase usage.
VIA Unveils Classroom on Wheels
An educational program to teach children about the benefits of public transportation and how to ride the bus safely.
East Texas COG Posts RFP for Bus Shelters
The East Texas Council of Governments (ETCOG) Rural Transit District is seeking proposals
SWTA Members SWEEP the 2011 APTA International Bus RoadeoRead More »
Valley Metro Kicks off 2 New Bus Routes
As gas prices begin to reach levels not seen since 2008, Valley Metro kicks off two new bus routes on January 24, 2011.
RFQ: NCTCOG In-Plant Inspection, Deadline 2.4.11
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) is seeking qualified individual(s) and/or firm(s) to provide in-plant inspection services for seventeen (17) to twenty (20) Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) cut-a-way chassis buses and seventeen (17) to twenty (20) ADA minivans in calendar year 2011, with the option to purchase additional inspection services for one (1) to three (3) additional ADA cut-a-way chassis buses in calendar year 2012.
Update from New Orleans RTA – post GustavRead More »
RFP Bus Fleet Maintenance and Operations – City of Tempe, Arizona
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) # 09-001
New Orleans RTA rolls out first new bus since Katrina losses
The rejuvenation of the financially crippled Regional Transit Authority passed a milestone Thursday as the agency took delivery of its first new bus since floodwaters devastated the vehicle fleet.
Bus Wrap Artwork features message: Get On Get ThereRead More »
100 Bus Coalition – Temporary Fix Alternative Strategies
The 100 Bus Coalition is a force to be reckoned with!
Charter Bus – Opinions from SWTA Members
As a part of the 2008 SWTA Annual Conference, Linda Lasley and Crystal Fredricks from the FTA Administrator’s office presented the changes in the FTA rules and led a very compelling Q&A session that lasted 90 minutes.