Company must identify safe and legal alternatives for the remaining 9% of their approximately 204 stop locations by the end of August 2018.
While the basic requirements essentially remain the same, the changing face of public transportation’s role in communities is having an impact on transit boards when they are searching for a new leader.
Low-No Program supports projects bringing bus technologies such as battery-electric power and hydrogen fuel cells into service.
Critics said doing away with the city's bus service would impede their ability to get to school and jobs.
Requirements include establishing an SSO agency that is financially and legally independent from the rail transit agencies it oversees.
The college, which is leading the federally designated Wisconsin Automated Vehicle Proving Grounds collaboration, will host an AV on campus April 24 and 25.
By the end of 2018, 100 self-service electric vehicles will be available in 40 locations.
The authority and university have agreed on a reimbursement rate per trip taken.