|Friends, Family Mourn Death of MATA Bus Driver
41-year-old MATAplus bus driver Chantel Sanders was killed in an accident Tuesday morning on I-240 near the South Parkway exit, leaving those who knew her in total shock. Watch Video
|Ice Temporarily Halts Downtown Trolley Lines
Icy conditions may prevent trolleys from operating; trolley personnel will check overhead electrical wires to help prevent icing up. The Riverfront loop was shut down at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday day due to ice on overhead wires.
|Announcement: MATA’s 4th of July Schedule
MATA’s fixed route and MATAplus services will operate on a Sunday schedule on Wednesday, July 4, in observance of the Independence Day holiday.
|DeSoto County Looks to Memphis on Public Transportation Plan
There's no public transportation in DeSoto County. The only way to get around is by car. The county's looking into adding a bus system and getting some help from Memphis. Watch Video
|Council Considers One Cent Gas Tax to Fund MATA
Nobody seems to know how this happened, but Memphis has some of the lowest gasoline prices in the country. With that in mind, Memphis City Councilman Ed Ford, Jr. has an idea. He wants to make gasoline more expensive. Just one penny a gallon, he says, that’s all. Watch Video
|Memphis Bus Riders Union File Lawsuit Against MATA
Members of the Memphis Bus Riders Union say they're tired of MATA ignoring their concerns.
|Bus Riders Join Forces to Reform MATA
Memphis bus riders say they're not going to take it anymore. Tired of things like high fares, overcrowding and inadequate scheduling, disgruntled riders held an organizational meeting Saturday afternoon at AFSCME headquarters on Beale Street. Watch Video
|Caught on Tape: Man Boarding MATA Bus After Wreck
MATA is investigating after a crash sent five people to the hospital, but video from inside raises serious questions. Watch Video