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August 17, 1992 | Steve Emmons
ON THE RISE: Ridership is up on the county's commuter train, but who pays the $126 to $246 a month for the ride to Los Angeles? The Orange County Transportation Authority says two-thirds are male, three-fourths are professionals or managers and nearly half have a household income of at least $80,000 a year. . . . Will train commuting ever be cheap enough for the hourly worker? Probably not, says an OCTA planner. "Under state law, fares have to cover 40% of operating costs.
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May 7, 1996 | DAVID HALDANE
A new contract approved by Orange County bus drivers April 27 to avert a strike was formally ratified by the Orange County Transportation Authority's board of directors Monday. Meeting in a special, closed-door session, the board approved the contract. The board later issued a statement quoting board Chairman William G.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1996 | DAVID HALDANE
A new contract approved by Orange County bus drivers April 27 to avert a strike was formally ratified by the Orange County Transportation Authority's board of directors Monday. Meeting in a special, closed-door session, the board approved the contract. The board later issued a statement quoting board Chairman William G.
NEWS
August 17, 1992 | Steve Emmons
ON THE RISE: Ridership is up on the county's commuter train, but who pays the $126 to $246 a month for the ride to Los Angeles? The Orange County Transportation Authority says two-thirds are male, three-fourths are professionals or managers and nearly half have a household income of at least $80,000 a year. . . . Will train commuting ever be cheap enough for the hourly worker? Probably not, says an OCTA planner. "Under state law, fares have to cover 40% of operating costs.
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