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The Democratic National Convention Committee needs more buses to transport delegates during the upcoming Convention in September.
To date the DNCC has contracted about 250 private motor coaches but Committee officials are turning to the Charlotte Area Transit System for help.
The DNCC says CATS can provide a higher level of service and accessibility.
CATS officials say they can help – but not free of cost.
CATS officials are presenting the plan to City Council members tonight. If members give their approval, the transit system would charge the DNCC $189,000 to use buses that had been due for
retirement. Spare buses from the active fleet could also be used to transport delegates. According to the City Council agenda, CATS bus drivers will be used to operate some of the CATS buses used for delegate service, and CATS light rail operators will be used to operate a train shuttle for delegates.
The DNCC says it anticipated needing CATS buses to compliment the private motor coaches already contracted.