Star Transportation: Bouchard’s ‘Flexible Transportation System’ Will Provide Improved Access to Medics in the Event of a Disaster

A new STAR Transportation system will provide improved access to medics during a major natural disaster.

The STAR Transportation System is a flexible system that will connect hospitals, ambulances, and transportation hubs throughout the state.

The system is expected to be fully operational in a month.

It is expected that the system will have the capacity to accommodate 1,000 medics and 1,500 emergency personnel in a short period of time.

According to a statement from STAR Transportation, the system is designed to provide an emergency medical response to an emergency with the capacity of 2,000 to 3,000 vehicles.

STAR Transportation is one of three organizations involved in the project.

The other two organizations are the Texas Association of Health Care Administrators (TAHCA) and the American Red Cross.

The project is being funded through a $1.5 billion grant from the Texas Department of Public Safety.

The Texas Department Of Public Safety (TDPPS) has been the primary contractor for the project and the TDPPS is a subcontractor to the Texas Transportation Department.

The TDPPG was selected by Texas to manage the project under its contract to run the STAR Transportation project.

A number of the key components of the STAR Transit project are already in place.

The first phase of the project is expected be completed by the end of 2021.

The second phase of STAR Transit is expected in the second half of 2021, with the first phase expected to start operation by late 2022.

The third phase of this project is slated to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022.