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- Work Trips Take New Routes
Our public transportation network has fallen behind. Commuting patterns have irrevocably shifted and choice riders have selected the single-occupant vehicle. But there's hope with Joblinks and Bridges to Work.
Sometimes the only thing between a driver and disaster is a set of mirrors and the fickle hand of fate. Here's one driver's story.
- Communication, Coordination Seen as Key to Successful Employment Transportation Efforts
The October People, Jobs and Transportation Conference brought together the brightest minds in employment transportation along with officials from DOT, HHS, HUD and DOL.
- As I Leave This Place
by David Raphael
CTAA's departing Executive Director reflects on the past and looks toward the future.
- Bridges to Work Links Unemployed with Jobs
The Department of Housing and Urban Development recently launched Bridges to Work, a program designed to reconnect jobless center city residents with work through transportation initiatives.
- The Paralympics: Paratransit Put to the Test
And you thought the Olympic Games presented transportation nightmares? Last August in Atlanta, the Paralympics took place with more than 3,500 athletes with disabilities and their families, friends and fans.
- OATS Celebrates 25 Years of Community, Commitment and Caring
Since its inception in 1971, OATS has grown into the largest transit provider of its kind. The agency recently celebrated 25 years of operation.