Calabasas public transit losing money

Grants, fares not keeping up

The Calabasas public transit system is running in the red and city officials are trying to decide whether to reduce services or not.
The Calabasas public transit began in 1999 with a trolley route to promote local shopping. Today it includes 14 vehicles that take riders from one end of the city to the other.
In the coming year the city anticipates spending $832,000 to operate its 10 shuttle buses, two trolleys and two Dial-A-Ride vans. But county-donated transportation funds and passenger...

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