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Posted on October 14, 2009

FTA approves Hawaii rail

 

HONOLULU — The Federal Transit Administration approved Honolulu’s proposed rail project to enter the preliminary engineering phase, allowing the city to focus on aspects including refining engineering, construction schedules and financial planning. For the full story, click here.

 

Parking garage availability drives transit

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Parking garages are becoming crucial to the success of transit lines, developments that emphasize transit and suburban town centers. For the full story, click here.

 

Gov. Corzine considers gas tax increase for transportation

 

TRENTON, N.J. — On Monday, Gov. Corzine said he will consider either raising the state gasoline tax during a second term, or shifting money from other programs to keep the fund that pays for transportation projects afloat. For the full story, click here.

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N.Y. MTA launches all-electric bus pilot program

MTA will test 10 new buses by Proterra and New Flyer with the hope of ordering an additional 60 all-electric buses.

MCI unveils redesigned buses at UMA

Check out MCI's latest advancements at UMA, Booth 479. 

All New Flyer facilities now capable of building battery-electric buses

The Anniston, Ala., facility now joins all other New Flyer locations with capability to manufacture the Xcelsior CHARGE™ battery-electric bus, including Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Crookston and St. Cloud, Minn.

CCW hosts facility tour for Calif. Transit Association attendees

Attendees were escorted by CCW key personnel in a 50-passenger tram through several production areas, which included welding, fabrication, engine repowering, and other work areas that spotlighted full bus rehabilitation, accident repairs, electrification processes, and aftersales service.

Grand River Transit expands BRT fleet with an order from New Flyer

The 39 buses have been delivered to GRT, with the remaining 9 BRT buses scheduled for delivery in 2018.

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