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Loans From GE Capital Transportation Finance: Enjoy Ownership While Building Equity #interest #free #loan


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Loans

Secured loans for new or used equipment are ideal for customers with long-life equipment needs, who prefer asset ownership and the associated tax benefits.

Enjoy ownership while building equity

If you are interested in equipment ownership and building equity, then consider a loan. A loan from GE Capital, Transportation Finance allows you to consolidate the cost associated with putting your truck in service including tax, title and registration fees.

GE Capital, Transportation Finance has a number of structuring options that may be available:

  • Full payout loans
  • Level monthly payments with pre-computed interest*
  • Level principal reduction payments, with interest payments on declining principal balance*
  • Skip payments to meet changing cash flow needs with seasonal business
  • Balloon financing alternatives to preserve monthly cash flow

*Final payment to include remaining unpaid principal balance (including any applicable balloon payment) and any other unpaid amounts .


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Online Classes

Online courses at DVC

Diablo Valley College offers a wide variety of online and hybrid classes, many of which fulfill the IGETC agreement with four-year colleges and A.A. degree requirements.

Please review the following information:

Before school begins:

  • Review the DVC online schedule for potential on-campus meeting dates.
  • Check your DVC email address (or set up email forwarding ) through the WebAdvisor/InSite portal because some faculty email students information about their course before school begins.
  • Review the following page for current recommendations: Technology Tips for a Successful Online Class
  • Consider downloading the Canvas Student App for Android or iOS phones and devices

Accessing online courses once school begins:

  • Go to Canvas on the start date of your class.
  • Some classes have mandatory meetings on campus and these dates/times will be listed in the schedule.
  • Some classes will use additional book publisher websites with Canvas. These sites may require an access code, which will be available with the course textbooks in the college bookstore.

Looking for online classes?

  • Consider reviewing the partially-online and fully-online courses within the Insite Schedule Search .

Looking for an online degree which is 100 percent online?

  • Although DVC doesn’t officially offer any 100% online degree programs, many degree programs can be completed solely online through careful planning and scheduling with your counselor.

    High school students: if you are currently in high school and interested in online courses, please review the following links: High School Students and Tips for Success.

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    Pleasant Hill Campus: 925-685-1230 | 321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

    San Ramon Campus: 925-866-1822 | 1690 Watermill Road, San Ramon, CA 94582


MASA Global – Pre-Paid Emergency Assistance – Medical Transportation #medical #assistance #transportation #program


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MASA Global’s mission is to provide industry-leading medical transportation solutions for our members, both during life and after life, and to provide peace of mind for our members as they prepare for the financial burden that follows life’s biggest emergencies.

OUR STORY.

MASA Global was founded in 1974 as Medical Air Services Association (MASA). We evolved to MASA Global, a dba, to reflect the company s undisputed leadership in providing complete and affordable medical transportation solutions. With over 1,000,000 active members worldwide, 18 international locations, and serving the major U.S. metropolitan areas, MASA Global continues to grow exponentially.

Our products provide two distinct advantages that are without rival in the industry: A membership program that includes the most comprehensive fixed-wing-aircraft, helicopter and ground ambulance transportation solutions for consumers who are at home, at work or traveling the world and complete protection from the financial catastrophes that unexpected medical transportation costs will cause.

OUR BUSINESS DIVISIONS.


MASA MTS is our national business division dedicated to providing lifesaving emergency transportation solutions to those who live in the USA. MASA MTS offers various membership programs such as the MASA Platinum Membership and the MASA Emergent Membership, an offering to domestic employees or group members through employers or group organizations.


MASA Assist is our international business division with 18 offices located throughout the Caribbean, Bahamas, Bermuda, Mexico, and Central America. MASA Assist offers the MASA Basic Membership, MASA USA Direct Membership and MASA Hospital Direct Membership to those who live outside of the US and seek medical facilities equipped to handle their specific emergency medical need.


MASA Transport and Relocation Solutions is our business division that offers the Transportation Relocation Protection Plan (TRPP) to the pre-need funeral industry. TRPP coverage is guaranteed through MASA of Florida, a pre-need, limited health service organization plan regulated under Chapter 636 of the Florida insurance laws.

WHY IS A MASA MEMBERSHIP NECESSARY?

With a MASA membership you gain complete peace of mind. MASA Global and its business divisions will always bring you and your family back home at NO COST from ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD! If you need major medical services that are not provided locally, you can count on MASA Global to transport you to the nearest appropriate medical facility capable of attending your specific medical needs. Plus, a MASA Membership can help you avoid financial catastrophe from emergency medical transport bills after even the best insurance companies have paid their part!

DID YOU KNOW

  • Medical transportation costs increase the further you are away from emergency care. The most common claim submitted to MASA MTS is for ground ambulance service within a 20 mile radius of their residence.
  • The average costs of a helicopter transport is over $20,000 and may run as high as $100,000. Every year, over a half million Americans are flown by helicopter to receive emergency care.
  • Fixed wing transports are routinely conducted as non-emergent transfers and therefore require pre-approval with either prepayment or a guarantee of payment. Medicare will NOT pre-approve payments for flights that can easily reach $50,000 for domestic flights as much as $200,000 or more for international flights.

Medicare will NOT pre-approve payments for flights.

It’s not what we have to say, it’s what others say about us.

MASA Global adds VALUE to our offering. “ClubCorp has had the pleasure of working with MASA for the past six years and throughout that time has been very pleased with the overall service and more specifically the Member interaction. MASA membership programs has created added value our overall Member Benefit offerings and the MASA team has been diligent in pursuing creative ways to bring value to our Membership value proposition.”

R. Kazmierski – ClubCorp

Our members thank us for offering MASA. “The Air Force Association is proud to be partners with MASA Global. MASA membership programs provide our members the confidence and peace of mind knowing that they will be completely taken care of in an emergency medical situation. We have received feedback from members thanking us for introducing them to MASA and for providing the extensive discounts from the public pricing. They’ve detailed how MASA took care of more than $25,000 of medical transportation costs. Thank you MASA Global for taking care of our members! “

S. Rubel – Air Force Association

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MASA Global, MASA MTS and MASA TRS are registered trade names of Medical Air Services Association, Inc. an Oklahoma corporation located in Southlake, Texas.
Copyright © 2016 by MASA Global.


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Dedicated To Helping Financially Needy Patients With Free Medical Air Transportation of America

Airlift Hope of America is a non-profit organization serving patients in need and their families. We provide air transport to specialized medical facilities for evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.

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Our Pilots, Our Heroes

Angel Flight and Airlift Hope of America pilots enjoyed a banquet in their honor on April 18 during the second annual Gathering of Eagles in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Read more Bonds Formed at Gathering of Eagles

Pilots in the Mid-Atlantic region had a chance to slip the surly bonds of the work week and come together for an eventful trip to Virginia Beach on Saturday, April 19. Seventeen volunteer pilots drove or flew to A Gathering of Eagles, the first of an annual event that featured a pilot briefing, a question and answer session, training for individuals wanting to become Community Representatives, and a banquet that recognized award-winning pilots from the region.

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To ensure that no patient in need is denied access to distant specialized medical evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, or rehabilitation for lack of a means of long-distance medical air transportation.

Airlift Hope of America provides medical air transport for patients departing from: North Carolina and Tennessee.

By Candice Gindle, Intern (Virginia Wesleyan College)

Bianca, just over two years old, was born deaf. Her mother, Ashley, says she wasn’t deaf in the womb. When Bianca was born, her potassium and creatinine levels were “sky high,” causing doctors to believe that her kidneys led to her deafness.

Traveling the Distance

Before Ashley discovered Airlift Hope of America, she was driving about 500 miles (10 hours), round trip, to Bianca’s doctor’s appointments at Carolina Children’s Communic. “They got us to our medical appointments,” Ashley says in reference to Airlift Hope of America. She says this has helped to make things much easier on her, since she and Bianca must make this trip once every two weeks.

On her second birthday, Bianca received a cochlear implant in her right ear. She must go to Carolina Children’s Communic every two weeks to have the implant turned up. Her hearing in her right ear is now at fifty and, according to Ashley, it only has to be turned up two more times before Bianca’s left ear is at full hearing.

“She’s been through a lot since she’s been born,” Ashley says about her daughter. Bianca still experiences different struggles, such as having to bathe with an ear plug to keep her implant from getting wet, but her mother tells us that Bianca’s implant has helped her to lead a relatively normal life. She is capable of hearing and understanding people, and she can also say words such as, “Momma,” “bye bye,” “brother,” and “eat.”

“We’re getting there,” says Ashley. Bianca is scheduled to have her second implant in her left ear next year.

Candice is a rising junior at Virginia Wesleyan College in Norfolk, Virginia. She is majoring in communications with a concentration in film, and she also enjoys writing. During her internship, Candice hopes to gain more writing and professional experience. In return, she hopes to make a positive contribution to Airlift Hope of America.


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Low Cost Options

We offer options that provide significant savings in medical flight costs without sacrificing patient care and customer service.

  • For patients who must be transported immediately by air ambulance service, our all-inclusive price quote will be competitive, with a low price guarantee. If you receive a lower quote from another company – for travel on the same day, to the same destination, in the same type of aircraft – we will meet or beat that price.
  • We offer aircraft options including jet service (the fastest and most costly method of medical air transport) as well as lower-priced turboprops and twin engine aircraft. All planes are medically-equipped and safe.
  • Aircraft often return to base empty after dropping off a patient. If you have the flexibility to schedule your flight so that you can “piggy back” on an existing flight, you may be able to save thousands of dollars on your air ambulance cost.

The Patient Transport Specialists at U.S. Air Ambulance will gladly discuss cost-saving air medical transport options with you, insuring that you’re offered appropriate transport at the very best price.

  • Stable patients may qualify for medical escort on a commercial plane. medical escort via Amtrak train or via long distance ground ambulance transportation. These options can offer a savings of up to 50% over the cost of air ambulance service.
  • For patients flying internationally and cannot sit up for take-off and landing on a commercial flight, we offer our medical escort service using an airline stretcher. The stretcher and all necessary medical equipment are placed in the rear of the plane. International commercial stretcher flights require one to two weeks notice to arrange, but can save thousands of dollars.

Please call 800-633-5384 for more information. We are available to personally assist you 24 hours a day, 52 weeks a year.

Or you can Request a Quote. Just complete the easy-to-use form included on this site.

Customer Testimonials

I just wanted to tell you how much my mother enjoyed the flight even with all of her medical issues. You all provide a wonderful.
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Past Projects

In 2003, we provided 24-hour medical staff and air ambulance emergency evacuation capability for a four-month Star Wars.
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Case Manager’s Tool Box

Provides Case Managers with real time information to efficiently and compassionately handle patient medical transport.
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Transportation Officer (88A)

Overview

The Transportation Corps is responsible for moving supplies, troops and equipment anywhere on the globe. During war, the Transportation Corps utilizes trucks, boats and airplanes to provide extremely fast support to the combat teams on the frontlines.

Transportation officers are experts in the systems, vehicles and procedures of moving troops and supplies in the Army.

Job Duties

  • Commanding and controlling transportation operations and combined armed forces during land combat.
  • Coordinate employment of Transportation Soldiers at all levels of command in U.S. and multinational operations

Requirements

Those who want to serve must first take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, a series of tests that helps you better understand your strengths and identify which Army jobs are best for you.

Training

Job training for a Transportation officer requires completion of the Transportation Basic Officer Leader Course, where you will learn leadership skills, tactics, maintenance and operational aspects of weapons and vehicles. Your training will take place in classrooms and in the field.

Helpful Skills

  • Self-discipline
  • Physically fit
  • Perform under physical and mental pressures
  • Make decisions quickly and on your own

Compensation

Total compensation includes housing, medical, food, special pay, and vacation time. Learn more about total compensation .

Earn Cash For In Demand Jobs

You could earn up to $40,000 in cash bonuses just for enlisting under certain Military Occupational Specialties. Visit Jobs in Demand to see if this job qualifies for an enlistment bonus.

Education Benefits

In the Army, qualified students can earn full-tuition, merit-based scholarships, allowances for books and fees, plus an annual stipend for living expenses. Learn more about education benefits .

Future Civilian Careers

The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with privately owned moving companies or freight operators.

PARTNERSHIP FOR YOUTH SUCCESS (PaYS) Program

Those interested in this job may be eligible for civilian employment, after the Army, by enrolling in the Army PaYS program. The PaYS program is a recruitment option that guarantees a job interview with military friendly employers that are looking for experienced and trained Veterans to join their organization. Find out more about the Army PaYS Program at http://www.armypays.com .

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Do you have private insurance? Wondering if your benefit covers an air ambulance transfer? Let our Insurance Specialists take the insurance headache out of your stressful situation.

It is not easy to verify whether your private insurance policy provides benefits for an Air Ambulance transfer. Insurance coverage on air ambulance flights is determined on a case by case basis. There are numerous factors that come into play when establishing whether or not this service is covered. You must know the right questions to ask and be able to interpret the answers in order to confirm if you truly do have coverage. Each patient s condition and policy benefits are unique. Our Insurance Specialists have the experience and can determine if your claim will be accepted or rejected.

One key factor in the insurance approval process is determining if the Air Ambulance is deemed Medically Necessary .

What is Medical Necessity ?

The American Medical Association developed the Model Managed Care Contract. Based on this Model, it was determine that Medical Necessity is defined as follows:

  • Health care or services that a prudent physician would provide to a patient for the purposes of preventing, diagnosing, or treating an illness, injury, disease, or its symptoms in a manner that is:
    • In accordance with generally accepted standards of medical practice;
    • Clinically appropriate in terms of frequency, extent, site, and duration; and
    • Not primarily for the economic benefit of the health plans and purchasers or for the convenience of the patient, treating physician, or other health care provider.

Determining Medical Necessity, although a key factor to establish, is only one of many challenges that the family faces in getting their claim paid. Air Ambulance Worldwide has insurance specialists that will navigate the maze inside insurance companies and take the stress away from you. Most air ambulance companies will complete a form or two for you then let you navigate the maze on your own. Not at Air Ambulance Worldwide. We will make every attempt to confirm your coverage, determine the likelihood of your benefit to be paid and finally we will file, track and continue to see the entire process through to the end.

If the attending physician gives a letter of Medical Necessity to the patient or family, does that guarantee payment of the Air Ambulance flight? Even though your Doctor provides a letter of Medical Necessity, your benefit contract often leaves sole discretion of necessity to the Medical Director of the insurance company. Your doctor may say that a certain procedure or service is required but the doctor at the insurance company may say that the procedure or service is not necessary. At this point you are left with very few options. This is where our insurance specialists get to work. We will continue to pursue payment until the very end while you stay focused on your loved one; not distracted by insurance frustrations.

Contact a Flight Coordinator today so we can take the weight off your shoulders.
Toll Free: 877-922-9675 or 727-781-1198


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Our only business is public transportation

RTEC was organized for the sole purpose of coordinating and operating public transportation.

RTEC is now celebrating the 25th year in public transit for residents of Southeast Kentucky, including Intercity, Employment Transportation, Medical and General Public!! English to Spanish Translator can be found here HERE!

Office Hours for scheduling or cancelling service is 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. local time.

Our Mission

Our mission is to make transportation affordable, available and accessible to everyone living in the service area.

e-RIDER Swipe Cards Now Available

RTEC now has the capability of using swipe card technology through an electronic gateway system. Customers will no longer need to carry cash to board the bus. Begin today by calling RTEC at 606-256-9835 or toll-free 1-800-321-7832 and enroll. Once you have your e-Rider card in hand, you can upload new funds or reload a card with funds by accessing our web site and using your credit card. Other convenient methods of uploading funds to the card are still available, including the customer can continue to send a check or money order to RTEC, or pay cash to the driver to upload. Once your card is activated,CLICK HEREto add new funds to your eRider card from your credit card or check your prepaid balance.

TITLE VI OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964

TheRural Transit EnterprisesCoordinated, Inc. (RTEC)adheres to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which states:�No person in the United States, shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.�

For more information on the Title VI transit obligations, please see the contact information below:

TITLE VI NOTICE OF PROTECTION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION

Any person or group protected by Title VI who believes they have been discriminated in the delivery of or access to public or specialized transportation services on the basis of race, color, or national origin, may file a complaint with the Rural Transit Enterprises Coordinated, Inc. (RTEC). Such complaint must be filed in writing with RTEC no later than 5 days after the alleged discrimination. For information on how to file a complaint, contact RTEC as listed below.

Ms. Shelia Stallsworth, EEO ManagerOR

100 Main Street, Mount Vernon, KY 40456

Telephone: 606-256-9835 or Toll Free 1-800-321-7832

RTEC Office KY Relay #: 606-256-2047

OR KY Relay # 1-800-648-6057 for Voice Users

TDD Users 1-800-648-6056

42 United States Cord (USC) 2000dFOR RURAL AREAS, SMALL CITIES OR SMALL URBANIZED AREAS HAVING USDOT/FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE STATE:

Any person or group protected by Title VI who believes they have been discriminated in the delivery of or access to public or specialized transportation services may file a signed written complaint with the Office of Transportation Delivery of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet within 180 days of the date of the alleged discrimination. For information on how to file a complaint, or to obtain information of a civil rights nature concerning public or specialized transportation services, contact:

ATTN: Ms. Tara Walker, Civil Right Manager for USDOT/FTA Programs

Office of Transportation Delivery (OTD)

200 Mero Street, 3rd Floor, West Wing, Frankfort, KY 40622

Phone: 502-564-7433, Fax: 502-564-2058

Kentucky Relay Service: TDD users: 1-800-648-6056

Voice Users: 1-800-648-6057KYTC Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964– Added 11/03/16

To accommodate limited English proficient individuals, oral complaints to be documented and/or translated may also be given at the above address.If information is needed in another language, contact Mat Getsi at RTEC 1-800-321-7832.Si se necesita informaci�n en otro idioma, comun�quese con:EXT 253.

Language assistance is provided at no cost.

RTEC’s EEO Policy/Plan – Updated June 30, 2014 – Current 07/06/17

PUBLIC NOTICE June 7, 2016, Revised November 3, 2016

KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION CABINET

OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION DELIVERY

Public Transit Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Notice

In accordance with 49 CFR Part 26, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION DELIVERY, anticipates an overall utilization goal of 3.2 percent for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) in the Federal Rural and Small Urban Mass Transit Program and applicable KYTC capital programs funded by the USDOT/Federal Transit Administration for the next three (3) Federal Fiscal Years beginning October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2019.

The goals and the basis for establishing these goals are available for public inspection from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, at the Office of Transportation Delivery, 3 rd Floor, Transportation Office Building, 200 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY 40622 for 30 days following the date of this notice.

Comments may be sent to the above address and will be accepted for 30 days from the date of this notice. Please contact Branch Manager Tabitha Martin at (502)564-7433 at the Office of Transportation Delivery/Kentucky Transportation Cabinet with any questions. Comments may also be sent during the 30-day comment period to the USDOT/Federal Transit Administration at the address listed below:

Mr. Carlos A. Gonzalez

Regional Civil Rights Officer

Office of Civil Rights, FTA Region IV

230 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 800

Rural Transit Enterprises Coordinated, Inc. (RTEC) invites all interested parties to also contact us at (606)256-9835 to discuss the Disadvantaged Business Program and procurement opportunities. RTEC’s Policy Statement

For more information call Dale Shelton toll-free 1-800-321-7832

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An Equal Employment Opportunity Agency

Demand responsive system means any system of transporting individuals, including the provision of designated public transportation service by public entities and the provision of transportation service by private entities, including but not limited to specified public transportation service, which is not a fixed route system.

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Pace and IDOT partner to offer Bus on Shoulder on Edens (I-94)

Pace and the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) will again partner to improve commutes and reduce congestion in the Chicagoland area. We are pleased to announce a 2-year demonstration of bus-on-shoulder service on the 13-mile stretch of the Edens Expressway (I-94) from Foster Avenue to Lake Cook Road.

Since Pace introduced shoulder riding on I-55 in late 2011, on time performance for routes on the corridor has improved dramatically, from about 65% to over 90%. Ridership has more than quadrupled in the corridor, proving that reliability plays a significant role in attracting and retaining riders. While ridership may not increase at those levels on the Edens, Pace does expect to see ridership growth and improved schedule reliability.

Pace will kick-off bus on shoulders operations on the Edens with existing routes 620 (connects the CTA Dempster Station in Skokie and Allstate s Northbrook campus) and 626 (connects the CTA Dempster Station in Skokie and various commercial and business centers in Northbrook, Deerfield, Riverwoods, Buffalo Grove, and Lincolnshire).

We ve seen unprecedented ridership growth along the I-55 corridor thanks to the bus on shoulder service, said Pace Chairman Richard Kwasneski. Since bus on shoulder operations began, ridership in the corridor has grown by almost five times. When there s congestion on the roadway, bus on shoulder service is faster and more reliable than driving. Commuters see that and choose our service over their cars. We believe they will do the same in the Lake-Cook region and are excited to partner with IDOT on this project.

Additional routes that could utilize the I-94 service in the future are in the planning stages. Preliminary concepts aim to provide connections from the Jefferson Park Transit Center and the CTA Kimball Brown Line Station to the Lake Cook Corridor. Service expansion is based on the availability of funding and equipment and is subject to change.

In coordination with IDOT and the Illinois State Police, safety focused operating rules similar to those in use on I-55 will be employed. Buses will use the outside shoulder lanes when general traffic slows to below 35 mph. While using the shoulders, the bus will not exceed the speed of regular traffic by more than 15 mph and the maximum speed for buses traveling on the shoulder is 35 mph. If the shoulder is unavailable due to an accident, law enforcement activity, or emergency response vehicles, Pace will merge back into the regular lanes.

This minor modification to our infrastructure will have far-reaching benefits for commuters and the environment, said Illinois Transportation Secretary Randy Blankenhorn. Expanding the success of this convenient, innovative program to the Edens provides travelers in the region one more option to get to where they need to go, while reducing congestion and building more reliability into their trips.

Construction has already begun on the Edens Expressway (Interstate 94) and includes resurfacing the outside shoulders and some travel lanes, adding new signage, and modifying rumble strips. Nightly lane closures will take place in both directions between Foster Avenue and Lake Cook Road. The expressway at times will be reduced to one lane in each direction during the overnight hours. Expressway entrance and exit ramp closures also may be required. Click here to find details on other construction projects in IDOT s District 1. Updates on the impacts to traffic are available at www.travelmidwest.com.

Pace expands Call-n-Ride offerings and launches online reservations

In October 2016, the latest Pace Call-n-Ride service debuted in the Naperville/Aurora area. It serves the Fox Valley Mall and the bustling IL-59 retail corridor, as well at the Route 59 Metra Station. This newest offering is the tenth Call-n-Ride service Pace has implemented in the past decade. More Info here.

I-90 SmartRoad and Flex Lane

As part of the I-90 Rebuilding and Widening Project, the entire I-90 corridor has been reconstructed to include flexible infrastructure to enable the Tollway to add new smart features as needed or as they become available in the years to come. The new I-90 SmartRoad will feature integrated transit with Pace, which will create the option for Pace buses to travel in the new Flex Lanes (inside lanes and shoulders) on I-90 to route around congestion and provide more reliable service. More Info here.

Making Progress on Pulse Rapid Transit Service

Pulse is a rapid transit service that will provide faster trips and better amenities for thousands of customers in Chicago and nearby suburbs. After several public meetings and input from a local advisory group, the engineering of the Pulse Milwaukee Line is complete and Pace has gone out to bid for construction of that project. More Info here.


Loans From GE Capital Transportation Finance: Enjoy Ownership While Building Equity #commercial #loan #calculator


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Loans

Secured loans for new or used equipment are ideal for customers with long-life equipment needs, who prefer asset ownership and the associated tax benefits.

Enjoy ownership while building equity

If you are interested in equipment ownership and building equity, then consider a loan. A loan from GE Capital, Transportation Finance allows you to consolidate the cost associated with putting your truck in service including tax, title and registration fees.

GE Capital, Transportation Finance has a number of structuring options that may be available:

  • Full payout loans
  • Level monthly payments with pre-computed interest*
  • Level principal reduction payments, with interest payments on declining principal balance*
  • Skip payments to meet changing cash flow needs with seasonal business
  • Balloon financing alternatives to preserve monthly cash flow

*Final payment to include remaining unpaid principal balance (including any applicable balloon payment) and any other unpaid amounts .