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ALERT!!!! General Motors offers incentives to Toyota owners worried by recall

General Motors offers incentives to Toyota owners worried by recall
Bring in a Camry, for example, and get $1000 off this 2010 Chevrolet Malibu LT.
By GM, Wieck
General Motors launched a campaign today to give Toyota owners worried about the ongoing recall over sticking gas pedals extra incentive to consider buying a GM vehicle.
http://content.usatoday.com/communities/driveon/post/2010/01/general-mot...

TARPS IMPROVEMENTS MAKING DIFFERENCE, RIDERSHIP AND PASSENGER SATISFACTION UP, MORE ADVANCEMENTS COMING

Inclement Weather Service Currently Being Offered

Toledo, Ohio ‑ The Toledo Area Regional Paratransit Service, TARPS, already is the nation’s second fastest growing transit service specifically for persons with disabilities and the fastest growing such service in Ohio. Plans and activities in place will advance this heavily used service even more.

TARTA Service Changes

Toledo, Ohio ‑ Changes reducing the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority’s service by 12 percent have been approved by the TARTA Board of Trustees’ Routes and Schedules Committee. The changes will take effect on Sunday, December 27.

“No organization providing a vital public service wants to reduce its offerings; but, in TARTA’s case, we had no choice,” said James K. Gee, TARTA’s General Manager. “If we want to continue delivering service to our nine member communities, we have to cut service. It’s as simple as that.”

TARPS 20th Anniversary

BEA JENNINGS AND OTHER DISABLED RIDERS RECORD 20 YEARS OF MOBILITY FREEDOM AS TARPS MARKS TWO DECADES OF SERVICE

Toledo Area Regional Paratransit Service Started October 2, 1989

Toledo, Ohio ‑ Twenty years ago, Mrs. Bea Jennings was the second person to become eligible to ride the Toledo Area Regional Paratransit System’s small buses.

TARTA runs fleet on Biodiesel for Earth Day

Buses Running Exclusively on Biodiesel Increased to 64

Toledo, Ohio ‑ For the third consecutive year, the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority will observe Earth Day (April 22) by operating its fleet completely on regionally purchased biodiesel fuel. This involves TARTA’s four services: fixed-line, Call-A-Ride, Toledo Area Paratransit Service and the Muddy™ Shuttle.

TARTA’s General Manager James K. Gee estimated Tuesday’s fleet will number 180 vehicles.

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