The Central Contra Costa Transit Authority (County Connection) requests proposals from qualified consulting firms to design and conduct an on-board passenger survey of County Connection s fixed route bus system, to provide specified analysis of the data collected from the survey, and to prepare a final report.
What does CCCTA stand for?
CCCTA stands for Central Contra Costa Transit Authority
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Both lines are part of the All Nighter bus service established earlier this year by AC Transit, San Francisco Muni, SamTrans, the Central Contra Costa Transit Authority (County Connection) and the Livermore-Amador Valley Transit Authority (WHEELS).
The Longview system is already in use on more than 400 diesel buses and trucks throughout California, including vehicles owned by the California Department of Transportation, San Francisco's Municipal Railway, and the Central Contra Costa Transit Authority.