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Murrieta’s Sean Torley awarded with 200 free rides
RIVERSIDE, CA — July 11, 2014 — Sean Torley is one in a million! Actually, he’s one in 200 million. On his commute home yesterday aboard Riverside Transit Agency’s (RTA) Route 202, Torley became the 200 millionth person to ride an RTA bus since the Agency began service nearly four decades ago.
RTA vehicle gets second life connecting veterans with health services, jobs
RIVERSIDE, CA — January 30, 2014 — Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) buses don't slip into retirement early. In fact, one aging RTA bus got a career change this week and is now poised to give hundreds of area veterans better access to health services and job opportunities.
On Wednesday, a non-profit group called U.S. VETS took delivery of the 2007 Ford Starcraft Allstar bus at its offices at March Air Reserve Base near Moreno Valley. The 12-passenger bus had exceeded its recommended service life and was no longer capable of remaining in RTA's active fleet, but it was in good condition and equipped with amenities such as a wheelchair lift.
At the donation ceremony which drew more than 50 attendees, U.S. VETS Executive Director Larry Williams said the van is a godsend for veterans needing a lift to job fairs and medical appointments.