Over the past few weeks, Go TAPS Public Transit troubles have been brought to light in myriad ways.
Poor customer service complaints, no-show rides and cuts to services have plagued those that rely on Go TAPS to provide their only means of transportation.
Over the past six weeks, the board of directors became aware of the financial struggles facing the organization, including unpaid liabilities, excessive levels of service, and a budget deficit for the fiscal year just ended.
By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]
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