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News Releases from January, 2001

January 25, 2001
DECEMBER 2000 COMPLAINTS LOWEST DECEMBER FIGURES SINCE 1994

DOWNWARD TREND IN METRO BUS CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS CONTINUES

Keywords: December, Complaints, Lowest
January 16, 2001
MTA ENCOURAGES VALLEY COMMUTERS TO SWAP CARS, TRUCKS FOR SUBWAY

With the traffic crunch returning after the holidays, gas prices still high and the rainy season here, MTA has mounted a marketing campaign encouraging San Fernando Valley commuters and others to take advantage of the Metro Red Line subway.

Keywords: Valley, commuters, subway
January 11, 2001
GROWING NUMBER OF BUS AND RAIL STATION BICYCLE RACKS AND BICYCLE LOCKERS EXPECTED TO ATTRACT NEW TRANSIT USERS

The arrival of hundreds of new MTA buses equipped with bicycle racks this year is expected to increase the number of bicyclists who use the Metro Bus System.

Keywords: bicycle, racks, lockers, Station
January 08, 2001
MTA CEO JULIAN BURKE ANNOUNCES PLANS TO LEAVE AGENCY

MTA Board Chair and Los Angeles County Sup. Yvonne Brathwaite Burke today expressed a mixture of gratitude and regret upon hearing that MTA CEO Julian Burke plans to leave the MTA later this year once a successor is in place.

Keywords: Julian Burke, Leave, Agency
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