WRTA


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WRTAWestern Reserve Transit Authority (Northeast Ohio)
WRTAWorcester Regional Transit Authority (Massachusetts)
WRTAWorld Religious Travel Association
WRTAWestern Regional Transmission Association
WRTAWestern Rural Telephone Association
WRTAWind River Transportation Authority (Fremont County, Wyoming)
WRTAWestern Region Tennis Association (Australia)
WRTAWaccamaw Regional Transportation Authority
WRTAWestern Region Technical Attachment
WRTAWindham Rail Trail Alliance (Windham, NH)
WRTAWire Rope Technology Aachen (Germany)
WRTAWulftec Rotary Arm
WRTAWestern Region Transmission Association
WRTAWisconsin Retired Teachers Association (now Wisconsin Retired Educators' Association)
WRTAWorkshop on Real-Time Applications
WRTAWorld Rally Team Association
WRTAWild Rice Trail Association (Canada)
WRTAWestern Railroad Traffic Association
WRTAWiltshire Rocks Tsunami Appeal (UK)
WRTAWinnipesaukee River Trail Association
WRTAWestern Region Telephone Association
WRTAWainwright Retired Teachers' Association (Wainwright, AB, Canada)
WRTAWest River Trail Association
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Did WRTA consider that by doing this people will lose their jobs, go homeless or not have enough food to eat?
We are work it with WRTA, an Atlanta-based service firm, and have found them to be very helpful to sales of our products, " he told HFN.
The T&G article discusses how the 11-acre site purchased by WRTA for approximately $2 million from NSTAR, now Eversource Energy, came with an estimated cleanup cost of approximately $15 million.
That's far more than the estimates outlined in 2012, when WRTA officials believed costs might range from as little as $1 million to as much as $8 million to clean up the 11-acre site that had formerly been home to the Manufactured Gas Plant and Old Colony Tar Co.
The WRTA will use a $39 million grant from the Federal Transit Authority to build the new garage and maintenance facility, but that money cannot be used for site remediation.
When the WRTA bought the property, it had no idea a substantial amount of asbestos was among the contaminants on the blighted site.
References to asbestos on the site did not show up in DEP records until last May, about two months after the WRTA purchased the property.
The location of the WRTA brought another upgrade to Worcester's commuter facilities, after the reopening of a restored Union Station next door for an MBTA commuter rail station.
Several of the attendees commended the WRTA for its hard work.
The transit authority is under a federal mandate to replace its current maintenance facility at 287 Grove St., which is about 80 years old and has become functionally obsolete, according to the WRTA.
Jim Parker, assistant general manager for the contractor that operates the WRTA buses, said during the meeting that the route will provide more frequent service on Pleasant Street between Main Street and Park Avenue.
The WRTA and other state transit authorities plan a series of public meetings as part of gathering customer information and feedback that will be sent to URS Corp., which is evaluating such systems.