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County dumps buses

With no prior notice to the Pensacola City Council, the Escambia County Commission voted to dump the money losing Escambia County Area Transit on the…

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$300,000 choices

According to Mark O’Brien’s column, ECAT needs $300,000 to stay in operation two more months. That figure – $300K – has popped up a lot…

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ECAT protest march

ECAT drivers and riders marched on Escambia County Office Complex this afternoon (around 4 pm) to protest proposed cutbacks on ECAT. They carried handmade signs…

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Blog view 3/14/07

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Can you take ECAT to work?

Escambia County and City of Pensacola governments are fighting over the funding of ECAT transit system. Go on the ECAT website (ECAT : Escambia County…

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