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UCHRA gets new passenger vehicles for transit program
Affordable, dependable public transportation at Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency received a boost Monday with the keys to two new vehicles. Pictured, from left, are UCHRA Warren County coordinator Carrie Baker, UCHRA transportation director Rebecca Harris, UCHRA executive director Luke Collins, and County Executive Herschel Wells.
Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency’s public transportation program has received two 2016 Ford E450 ADA-equipped vehicles.UCHRA executive director Luke Collins presented the vehicle keys to County Executive Herschel Wells on Monday. The vehicles can hold 14 passengers and were funded by a grant from the Federal Transit Administration and the Tennessee Department of Transportation.“We do wonderful work here at UCHRA,” said Collins. “By providing services to people who need them, we deliver hope.