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By James Roxbury
Wednesday July 08, 2015 at 1:14 pm

Harrisburg City Council 7.7.15

Toby Fauver, PA Dept of Transportation presents the findings of the Southcentral Pennsylvania Transit Regionalization study.

City of Harrisburg Local Match Saving Opportunity.

Estimated savings over 10 years of $1,796,123.09.

Cumberland County Commissioner Jim Hertzler

A golden opportunity to save public costs for our tax payers, stabilize transit fares, and improve public transit service.


A timeline of the Transit study.

Dauphin County 4.15.15

Toby Fauver.

With consolidation, an estimated 10 year saving of $2.4 million dollars.

Part 1.

Part 2.

Part 3.

Part 4.

Interview after the presentation.


Dauphin County 11.19.14

Presentation by Capital Area Transit.

General manager Bill Jones. CAT has been under a great deal of criticism.

Jeff Haste.

Bad management.

Bob Philbin.

Director of planning, customer experience and public outreach.

A Union contract.

Sick and vacation days.

A sustainable business model.

As long as partners keep increasing funding.


Customers not showing up for rides.


Dauphin County 10.15 14

Discussion on the cost of operating Capital Area Transit (CAT).

Chief Clerk Chad Saylor.

The general cost of operations has gone nowhere but up, since 2012..:

George Hartwick.

A top heavy part to the administration.

Chief Clerk Chad Saylor.

Capital Area Transit is the most expensive transit system, it has the biggest staff, and has some of the highest fares.

Photo/Natalie Cake file 2012

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