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Cache Valley buses are still free, CVTD board says

Saturday, November 28th, 2015 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Cache Valley buses are still free, CVTD board says

By Melanie Fenstermaker LOGAN — City buses in Cache County will remain fare-free, the Cache Valley Transit District board of trustees has decided unanimously, with the stipulation that the zero-fare policy be reviewed every three to five years. [caption id="attachment_11082" align="alignleft" width="459"] ...

CVTD and Richmond City Council discuss improving bus service

Friday, February 22nd, 2013 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on CVTD and Richmond City Council discuss improving bus service

By Shayna Marcure RICHMOND – Progress and potential of the Cache Valley Transit District was the main focus of Tuesday’s City Council meeting. “We want to improve service in the face of hard economic times,” said CVTD board member Diane Bush. “Two ...

CVTD managers earn state honors for safe bus system

Saturday, February 5th, 2011 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on CVTD managers earn state honors for safe bus system

Story and photo by Kate Rouse LOGAN--Last year, the Cache Valley Transit District was recognized as one the safest municipal entities in the state of Utah. In May, the county-wide bus system, which is funded by sales tax, won the prestigious ...

On-duty CVTD bus driver dies

Monday, November 15th, 2010 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on On-duty CVTD bus driver dies

By Satenik Sargsyan LOGAN--A Cache Valley Transit District bus driver died early Monday afternoon at Logan Regional Hospital after losing consciousness at work. The driver was about to start his route when he lost consciousness behind the wheel of his bus ...

Most bus riders say they use CVTD because it’s free

Thursday, May 6th, 2010 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Most bus riders say they use CVTD because it’s free

By Safiyyah Ballard LOGAN--Carolyn Johnson chose to get rid of her car after her husband developed Alzheimer’s-related dementia. “As the dementia got worse, it seemed easier to just get rid of the car so it wasn’t an issue whenever he ...