New Sacramento Regional Transit fares, to go into effect July 1, as well as upcoming cuts to four bus routes, will enable the agency to balance its budget next year. But they don’t provide enough funds to replenish reserve funds or provide sufficient long-term staffing levels and service quality.
New Sacramento Regional Transit fares, to go into effect July 1, as well as upcoming cuts to four bus routes, will enable the agency to balance its budget next year. But they don’t provide enough funds to replenish reserve funds or provide sufficient long-term staffing levels and service quality. Andy Alfaro Sacramento Bee file
New Sacramento Regional Transit fares, to go into effect July 1, as well as upcoming cuts to four bus routes, will enable the agency to balance its budget next year. But they don’t provide enough funds to replenish reserve funds or provide sufficient long-term staffing levels and service quality. Andy Alfaro Sacramento Bee file

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March 15, 2016 12:48 AM

UPDATED March 15, 2016 07:51 PM

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