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Aug 31 2022

Congresswoman Maxine Waters $2.21 Million Award Presentation

Congresswoman Maxine Waters Award Presentation

Congresswoman Maxine Waters presented GTrans with the $2.21 million award granted to GTrans under the President’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for its Zero-Emission Bus Replacement Project, which helps fund a portion of the purchase of five, new 40-foot, zero-emission replacement buses for its fleet.

GTrans is grateful for Congresswoman Maxine Waters and her support towards the grant.


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  • Sep 14 2022

    NEW Temporary GTrans Phone Line

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  • Aug 22 2022

    Service Alert: Labor Day (9/5)

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  • Aug 16 2022

    GTrans Awarded Over $2.2 Million in Bipartisan Infrastructure Funding

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