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The Board of Directors for the North American Transit Alliance (NATA) has elected Transdev CEO Laura Hendricks to the position…

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The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has expressly stated that transit agencies may amend their contracts to make these payments and House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (House T&I Committee) leaders have encouraged agencies to take advantage of this flexibility to maintain readiness, including paying employees and other fixed expenses of private operators.

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Though the goals of the alliance have not changed, the recently approved mission and vision statements will serve as the guidelines for the alliance moving forward.
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