Capacity Increase

Effective Saturday, May 1, 2021, FAX is increasing passenger capacity on all buses. More than a year ago FAX was required to limit the number of bus passengers to allow for proper social distancing and to protect customers and drivers. As COVID-19 cases in our community continue to decrease and with the reopening of our […]

ADA Transition Plan Public Meetings

Join us! On April 20 and April 28, 2021, as part of two regularly scheduled virtual committee meetings, FAX will solicit public input on its public transit planning efforts for its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan. The first committee meeting is the Fresno Council of Governments’ Social Service Transportation Advisory Committee (SSTAC), and […]

City of Fresno and Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce join forces to expand financing opportunities to small businesses through a Kiva Hub

As part of Mayor Jerry Dyer’s One Fresno mission to build a more prosperous and inclusive city, the City of Fresno (COF) Mayor’s Office of Economic Development today announced a partnership with the Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce (FMBCC) to launch a first-of-its-kind-in-Fresno “microfinancing” platform that will fill a much-needed gap in the city’s […]