Transportation and Arizona

In 2009, the 94th Arizona Town Hall on Transportation recognized that transportation in its most elemental form involves the movement of people and goods from one place to another. The transportation systems of today are interwoven with the fundamental characteristics of our modern society into something far more complex and multifaceted. These systems affect and are affected by our lifestyles, health, families, jobs, education, housing, economy, and the environment.

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AzTA Board Appoints New Executive Director

The Arizona Transit Association (AzTA) Board of Directors appointed Becky Miller as the Association’s new Executive Director yesterday at the Board’s monthly meeting. Katrina Heineking, President of AzTA, speaking after the meeting said, “We are extremely proud to promote Becky to the position of Executive Director. She has been with the Association since 2005, and has been integral to the growth and influence of our organization. We are very excited about the future of AzTA under her leadership.”

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Ozark Regional Transit gets compressed natural gas buses

The authority recently invested in four buses that operate on compressed natural gas, said Joel Gardner, executive director. The transit agency received the buses last week.

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CARTS VMC Grand Opening

“Thank you to everyone who came out to support CARTS at our Grand Opening Ceremony for the 1st Phase of the Lee Dildy Operations Complex, the Vehicle Maintenance Center. We were so happy to have you there. We would also like to send a special thanks to those who participated in our program and to our project partners.”
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