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Destination : Freedom Newsletter - December 22, 2003
Rockford Register Star | Web site of the Rock River Valley
The 31 line was part of an $3.5 million expansion paid for by local municipalities and a federal Job Access and Reverse Commute grant, Bowman said.Reverse commuting refers to driving from the inner city into the suburbs for work, the opposite of the traditional pattern. An average of 150 people used the 31 bus line per day during the first six days of its operation, Bowman said.The bus drives through Homewood but does not stop there because the city has not yet funded its portion of the project, Bowman said.
The Pueblo Business Journal - Pueblo Colorado
Eighty percent of that amount came from a Federal Transit Administration grant and the city paid the additional $20 , 000 , according to Ella Bowman , Pueblo Transit's general manager.The amount of the grant was sufficient only to allow the purchase of a smaller coach.The 23-passenger mini is quite a contrast from Pueblo Transit's fleet of larger coaches.It is compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act and has two wheelchair slots.The diesel-powered bus was manufactured by Chance Coach Works of Wichita , Kan..
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