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Why can’t they keep Wave Transit buses cleaner?

Adam Wagner

Q. If we (the public) are going to pay for the empty buses to run all over town and the beach, why can’t they clean them up? The wheels are dirty as log trucks.

A. Wave Transit buses are hand-washed twice a week, said Albert Eby, Wave’s executive director.

Washing will become more frequent when the transit agency opens its new maintenance and operations center in 2015 because the building will have an automatic bus wash.

For more about the new maintenance and ops center: http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20121028/ARTICLES/121029670?p=all&tc=pgall


What are the costs associated with WAVE Transit and where does it get its money?

Why doesn’t Wave transit use smaller buses?

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