FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFor more information, contact:Lauren Bland or Becci HartIntermark Group Public Relations205.803.0000 BIRMINGHAM-JEFFERSON COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY PROPOSES TO MODIFY ROUTESChanges Based on City of Birmingham Budget/Funding Birmingham, AL (August 1, 2019) – The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority (BJCTA) announced a route modification proposal and proposed fare increase based on the City of Birmingham’s recently approved budget. The city’s allotment to BJCTA of $10 million falls significantly short of close to $16 million required to operate the current routes that serve the city. For at least three consecutive years, BJCTA has provided services<a class="more-link" href="https://www.bjcta.org/birmingham-jefferson-county-transit-authority-proposes-t...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFor more information, contact:Becci Hart or Lauren BlandIntermark Group205.803.0000 Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority Announces Launch of New Customer-Friendly WebsiteThe Website Will Go Live on July 1, 2019.Birmingham, Ala. (July 1, 2019) – As the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority continues to make changes designed to increase ridership and engage the public, they are announcing the next step in that effort as they launch their new website. Many new features including service alerts on the homepage and easier navigation allowing customers to plan trips are just a few of the upgrades fromSEE DE...
Public Information Meetings Schedule for BJCTA’s Expanded RoutesMeetings will outline all changes and provide further information beginning Tuesday, May 28, 2019. Birmingham, AL (May 29, 2019) – The Jefferson County Commission passed a resolution to fund routes with the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority (BJCTA) in areas not currently being served or to enhance the current service. Those cities who will benefit from these routes by the proposed changes include Adamsville, Brighton, Forestdale, Fairfield, Lipscomb and Midfield. Due to increased funding approved by the City of Homewood, they will also see anSEE DETAILS <span class="...