BATON ROUGE - Capital Area Transit System CEO Bob Mirabito stopped by 2une In Tuesday to talk about ridership numbers and National Dump the Pump Day.
Over 400,000 passengers boarded CATS buses in April and May this year. That is an increase of nearly 27,000 from a year ago.... more »
BATON ROUGE - The chief financial officer for the Capital Area Transit System resigned this afternoon.
In a letter sent Friday to his boss CATS CEO Bob Mirabito, Gary Owens doesn't explain why he's leaving.
During a scheduled press conference, Mirabito wouldn't answer questions about Owens' resignation or... more »
BATON ROUGE - Newly-appointed Capital Area Transit System CEO Bob Mirabito said he's ready to take on tough criticism, polarizing opinions and past-due deadlines.
But he's not ready to fully root on the Tigers just yet.
A Notre Dame alum and civil engineer with a Masters in Business... more »
BATON ROUGE - A new mass transit advocacy group hopes to "raise awareness" in order to the increase the number of bus riders in the capital area.
NxGen Mass Transit formed from local business and community leaders. Through public forums and social media, the groups plans to get the... more »
BATON ROUGE- After the Capital Area Transit System's recent announcement of a $1.2 million budget shortfall for 2011, many bus riders are livid with the system's plan to balance the books.
Monday, CATS detailed the ways they will keep the company out of the red. The plan calls to... more »