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Alamed Health Care Service Inc
730 Leighton Ave, # A,36207 - (call (256) 238-1444)
Amtrak - Anniston, Al Station
126 W 4th St, 36201 - (call (800) 872-7245)
Anniston City Bus Lines
145 Willow Ln,36206 - (call (256) 820-7600)
Anniston Emergency Medical Service
1501 Noble St, 36201 - (call (256) 236-6005)
Anniston Transit Co
512 S Wilmer Ave,36201 - (call (256) 237-4694)
Cst
512 S Wilmer Ave,36201 - (call (256) 237-4693)
Greyhound Lines
12 W 8th St, 36201 - (call (256) 236-6306)
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Anniston Alabama Bus Related News
April 17 2014 - Foxx continues bus tour with NABI manufacturing facility visit
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx toured the North American Bus Industries (NABI) Bus manufacturing headquarters facility in Anniston, Ala., on Wednesday as part of his " Invest in America, Commit to the Future " bus tour.
April 16 2014 - Transportation secretary visits Anniston bus plant
ANNISTON, Ala. (AP) - U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx visited a western Alabama bus manufacturing plant as part of a national tour to highlight the importance of infrastructure investments. AL.com reports (http://bit.ly/1kzsmf3 ) Anthony Foxx toured the North American Bus Industries plant in Anniston Wednesday to ...
March 09 2014 - As thousands gather in Selma, Anniston makes bid for place in history
Years ago, Calhoun County dedicated a four-acre park to the Freedom Riders near the site of the bus burning on Alabama 202. The goal now is to develop a $10 million historical site, in phases, to help explain the event and its meaning.
October 23 2013 - Anniston woman suffers severe stab wounds from attack
An east Alabama woman is recovering from dozens of cut and stab wounds – including having one of her fingers severed – after police say she was attacked by her ex-boyfriend on a public bus earlier this month.
October 22 2013 - Gas light marks the spot where Freedom Riders were beaten in Anniston
A light that will burn continuously now lights up an alley where a mob once attacked a Freedom Riders' bus in Anniston.
July 26 2013 - Technique stressed at team camp
When the Knights attended wrestling team camp in Chapel Hill, N.C., learning was only part of their experience. The fun began the day they left for the University of North Carolina - when they boarded an Amtrak out of Anniston and traveled by rail instead of a chartered bus.
March 24 2013 - Anniston bus transportation routes to change slightly in wake of Kmart closure
The East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission plans to drop the Kmart stop from the East Route of the ACTS fixed-route system, substituting a stop at the Anniston Plaza Shopping Center, home of Zaxby’s and Anniston Family Fitness, in its place.
January 28 2013 - Riding in style: DART introduces new-generation buses
DALLAS — DART will roll out the first of its new-generation buses on Monday, part of a fleet aimed at saving money at the regional transit agency. The new 30- and 40-foot vehicles built by North American Bus Industries Inc. of Anniston, Alabama are more aerodynamic, have larger windshields, and are fueled by compressed natural gas. DART has ordered 459 new vehicles  to replace its current fleet ...
November 06 2012 - Anniston police are looking for anyone responsible for sign burning
ANNISTON, Ala. (WIAT)-- The Anniston Police Department are looking for anyone responsible for burning the sign of where the future Freedom Riders Park will be. Officers discovered the sign partially burned on Sunday. Local officials broke ground less than a month ago for the location on Alabama 202 near where a group of travelling freedom riders had their bus attacked and burned on May 14, 1961 ...
October 16 2012 - Freedom Riders Park groundbreaking slated
Groundbreaking ceremonies will be at 9 a.m. Thursday for The Freedom Riders Park near Anniston that commemorates the spot where a bus carrying civil rights activists was burned on May 14, 1961.
October 15 2012 - Freedom Riders Park has Ala. groundbreaking
May 14, 1961: An unidentified white man sits in front of a Greyhound bus to prevent it from leaving the station with a load of Freedom Riders testing bus station segregation in Anniston, Ala., as other white men mill around station.
October 21 2012 - Freedom Rider tells Pinellas students about a summer of protests in 1961
By Terri Bryce Reeves, Times Correspondent Thursday, September 20, 2012 Members of the Freedom Riders stand clear of their burning Greyhound bus in Anniston, Ala., on May 14, 1961. CLEARWATER In 1961, Ernest "Rip" Patton Jr. was a 21-year-old drum major in the Tennessee State University marching band. He made history that year, but it wasn't for swinging a baton. He was part of a group that ...


 
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