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ECAT helps homeless veterans

Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT), the local public transportation system, provides fixed-route service to hundreds of thousands of riders every year. ECAT’s service to the…

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Union reaches agreement with ECAT management company

On Wednesday night the union members of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1395 approved and accepted a tentative agreement reached between the Union negotiating team…

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Transit union delays strike

The Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1395 Negotiating team has agreed to postpone the strike it set for next Monday, Oct. 21. The union will meet…

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Transit Union sets strike date

The Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1395 which represents all bargaining unit employees of Escambia County Area Transit and Pensacola Bay Transportation, Inc. voted last week…

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2013 ECAT Ridership swells

Press Release: Mid-Year Numbers Reflect Strong Community Demand for Public Transportation [Pensacola, Fla.] – Representatives from Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) are pleased to announce…

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Escambia Eyes ECAT

Since March, Escambia County Director of Human Relations Tom Turner has been interviewing mass transit employees following complaints about the system’s management company. “Right or…

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Airport, ECAT, YMCA … ‘Civility’

The new director of the Pensacola International Airport spoke last night about the city enterprise’s financial outlook and how it might be improved. “We’re gonna…

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City on Board with ECAT Funding

The Pensacola City Council unanimously approved a mass transit interlocal between the city and Escambia County during Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting. The interlocal…

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Reynolds: ‘I Am Unaware of Any Issues’

County officials expressed concern this morning that there were problems with current deals involving the city of Pensacola. Specifically, commissioners and county staff raised issues…

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