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The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced its Fiscal Year 2016 Low or No-Emission bus grant awards. The announcement includes an award to Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District in the amount of $3.8 million, which will fund three all-electric 45-foot over-the-road coaches and an in-ground inductive fast electric recharging station. Comment?
Santa Cruz County voters will decide in November on a half-cent sales tax that would fund local transportation improvements. Approval by the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday was the last step in a two-year process to place the measure on the ballot. Comment?
May 11--Public-private partnerships are now an option to more than half the states in the nation. And as governments find themselves responsible for a growing range of project areas, like broadband, the benefit of increased resources for projects that might not happen otherwise, like broadband, is pushing the trend forward. Comment?
April 28--APTOS -- Cabrillo College students have until Friday at noon to vote on a proposed amendment to their constitution, which would implement a $40 per semester mandatory Santa Cruz Metro bus fee. The fee would provide each student with a bus pass valid seven days a week, providing Santa Cruz Metro bus service throughout Santa Cruz County with transfers to Monterey-Salinas Transit. Comment?
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