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CDTA aims to set bus ridership record for second year in a row

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The Capital Region’s mass transit authority is looking to break its ridership record again this year. CEO Carm Basile said the Capital District Transportation Authority has set an informal goal of carrying 17 million riders in its 2014-2015 fiscal year, which began April 1. That would be 500,000 more people than last year, which was a record. “It would have been laughable to us five years ago,” Basile said at the CDTA’s monthly board meeting ...

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