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NABI Chief Steering Bus Manufacturing to the U.S.

Bus| September 22, 2011
With a three-phase plan to move manufacturing of bus structures to its Anniston, Ala. plant, company CEO/President Jim Marcotuli believes the removal of some freight and duty from its current cost structure will position NABI to be more cost and lead-time competitive.

Monterey, Calif., partners with music festival to launch BRT

Bus| September 7, 2011
The 6.75-mile “JAZZ” service will introduce new technologies that include queue jump lanes, transit signal priority, and increased stop spacing to streamline bus traffic along the corridor and reduce travel times by up to 25 percent.
Bus| August 31, 2011

Fla. Transit orders 50 new NABI buses

The initial delivery, which is under way, will bring the total number of NABI buses in Broward County Transit's fleet to 170 buses. The new buses will consist of both 40-foot and 60-foot BRT articulated buses.
Bus| August 29, 2011

Las Vegas previews 2 new BRT routes

The new Henderson & Downtown Express route and the Boulder Highway Express route were funded in part by ARRA and will provide faster service and enhanced connectivity throughout Southern Nevada. Both routes are scheduled to begin service on Sept. 18.
Bus| August 23, 2011

Colorado gets $25M for bus rapid transit

Nine bus stations and five park and ride facilities will be built, and 15 new, clean diesel buses will be purchased to provide frequent service along a 40-mile corridor between Aspen and Glenwood Springs.
Bus| July 14, 2011

Calif.’s Omnitrans awards $64M BRT contract

The Griffith/Comet Joint Venture, both Southern California based companies, and dozens of subcontractors, will be tasked with construction of the E Street Corridor sbX Bus Rapid Transit Line, a 15.7-mile route from northern San Bernardino to Loma Linda with 5.2 miles of dedicated lanes, 16 stations and four park-and- ride facilities.
Bus| June 23, 2011

Cleveland RTA to renovate BRT station for $10.5M

FTA green lighted work on the University Circle Rapid Transit Station, which was awarded $10.5 million from the TIGER II Program in October 2010. The project will involve reconstructing the station, which includes consolidating the bus and transfer area and the rail station.
Bus| May 27, 2011

BRT systems named best bus lines in the U.S.

Los Angeles, Cleveland, Las Vegas, Eugene, Ore., and Pittsburgh were rated as the nation’s leading cities for bus-based transportation because of their high-quality bus rapid transit systems.
Bus| May 23, 2011

St. Louis Metro approves FY 2012 budget

Higher gas prices will be one significant impact on the cost of operations. The agency purchases approximately six million gallons of fuel annually, and the overall increase in fuel cost is expected to be $6 million for the year.
Bus| April 19, 2011

Minnesota Valley posts highest Q1 ridership ever

Express ridership to downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul both grew during the first quarter, indicating a recovery of jobs in the core cities.

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