The WRTA is facing potential service and staff cuts because of another year of level funding among increased costs.
The Worcester Regional Transit Authority Advisory Board unanimously approved a $25 million balanced budget for 2018 -- in the wake of service cuts and a fare increase.
Facing a deficit of approximately $900,000 and expecting level funding once again this year, the WRTA Advisory Board voted to hold public hearings on proposed service.
The Worcester Regional Transit Authority Advisory Board voted Thursday to raise fares and cut service in order to overcome a roughly $785,000 deficit for the next fiscal year. The moves will yield roughly $1 million in increased rev...
A union at the Worcester Regional Transit Authority is mobilizing in the face of rumored service cuts and job losses as the transit authority confronts an anticipated $1 million budget shortfall.