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AC Transit to Oakland Hills  Schools Wins Reprieve

The Oakland Unified School District and AC Transit have announced that bus transportation service to Montera Middle School, Skyline High School and Community Day...

Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) Host Scholarship Dinner

Left to Right: Beverly Greene, Schatzie Allen Jefferson and  Dana Lang celebrate at the COMTO Scholarship Dinner.The Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) of...

AC Transit to increase Fares July 1

AC Transit has announced an increase in fares and passes starting July 1, which the transit agency says hasn’t been done since 2011.  Fares not...

School District, AC Transit Reach Agreement to Save Bus Service to...

 The Oakland Unified School District and AC Transit came to an agreement Wednesday afternoon - with the help of the City of Oakland -...

Community Pushes for AC Transit Project without Displacement

Neighbors gathered at Allen Temple Baptist Church in East Oakland Wednesday night to discuss their concerns about the new AC Transit project, called Bus...

Two Former AC Transit Executives Honored

AC Transit’s former General Manager Mary King and Cory LaVigne, the agency’s former Service Development and Planning Director, were honored by the Metropolitan Transportation...

Merchants Say New International Blvd. Buses Will Damage Businesses

A coalition of merchants with businesses in the Fruitvale, San Antonio, and Eastlake districts along International Boulevard are calling for the city and AC...

Small Businesses Protest AC Transit International Blvd. Project

Small business owners on International Boulevard held a rally this week calling on AC Transit and city officials to mitigate the negative impacts of...

AC Transit CFO Charged With Embezzling from Allen Temple

By Leonardo Blair , Christian Post Lewis G. Clinton Jr., the CFO of Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District, was arrested and charged with embezzling more than...

“WE WANT TO WORK”

Over 1,000 job applicants showed up last Friday to the Oakland Private Industry Council’s (OPIC) Career Fair at the Eastmont Town Center with resumes...
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