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CATS officials approve 20 new bus shelters

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

It's a go. Capital Area Transit System (CATS) board members have approved $250,000 for 20 new bus shelters. The decision was made Tuesday afternoon.

Leaders also voted to use thousands of dollars in federal grant money to improve the bus service along Nicholson Drive corridor.

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