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Posted on April 15, 2009

EPA questions Honolulu rail route

HONOLULU — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency urged officials to change the route of a planned commuter train to avoid displacing a small neighborhood and asked why alternatives to an elevated rail line were not reviewed in the project’s environmental impact study. For the full story, click here.

DART riders protest fare hikes
DALLAS — More than 200 people spoke out against proposed fare increases at a public hearing Tuesday evening at the Dallas Area Rapid Transit headquarters. For the full story, click here.

 

CATS to offer TV on buses
RALEIGH, N.C. — The city of Raleigh is partnering with a local news station and its parent company, Capitol Broadcasting, to install flat-screen televisions on select buses. For the full story, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fla.'s JTA recieves $7.2M for BRT project

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2 NJ Transit buses collide in Lincoln Tunnel

Of the 20 people injured, none were considered serious and 13 were transported by New York City EMS to hospitals.

AC Transit launches on-demand bus service

Riders using a desktop computer, smart phone device or traditional telephone can schedule their pick-up and desired drop-off locations: reducing their wait time, arriving at their destination faster, and increasing the overall rider experience.

MVTA 'Bus on Shoulder' vehicles equipped with MTS guidance tech

The advanced Driver Assist System, utilizing a licensed GPS technology developed by the University of Minnesota, provides feedback to the driver regarding lane position – via graphic driver alert displays, virtual mirror, vibrating seat and actuated steering.

ABC Companies sells Ameritrans Bus assets

In an overall business review, it was determined this division no longer fit in ABC's overall growth strategy. The company will continue to provide parts and warranty support for Ameritrans products.

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