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Denver RTD chooses Init ITS

Accessibility| March 21, 2011
Installation of the new system will support RTD's daily operations by providing powerful tools to help track and monitor the location of vehicles within their multi-modal network.

As L.A. rail expands, bus service to shrink

Bus| March 21, 2011
The latest overhaul will slash overall bus service by 12 percent and increase the number of passengers on individual buses. Nine routes are set to be eliminated in June and 11 more would be cut back.
Rail| March 16, 2011

Argentina recycles San Diego transit trolleys

The Provincial Government of Mendoza purchased 11 vehicles from San Diego MTS for $3.3 million, signing a contract in September 2010. Four light rail vehicles were recently unveiled on the soon-to-open Metrotranvía Mendoza light rail system.
Rail| March 1, 2011

Denver RTD tries out 'green' rail ties

Transit system is using about 40,000 concrete railroad ties and 200 ties made from recycled plastic on its $710M West Corridor light rail line.
Rail| February 24, 2011

Honolulu breaks ground on rail project

When completed in 2019, Hawaii's most expensive public works project ever is projected to carry about 116,000 people and remove about 40,000 cars from the roadways each day.
Rail| February 17, 2011

Hampton Roads receives U.S. DOT subpoena

Feds are looking into Norfolk Light Rail records. Agency President and CEO declined to comment on the other documents received.
Rail| February 15, 2011

AECOM joint venture wins Md. rail contract

Team will finalize planning and preliminary engineering activities; oversee final design and pre-construction work; and provide construction management/inspection, quality assurance/quality control and systems start-up services.
Rail| February 14, 2011

Maryland U. student gov. backs light rail line

The proposed $1.6 billion state transportation has been debated at the university for years, with transit planners and many students arguing in favor of Campus Drive and many administrators requesting more peripheral routes through or under the campus.
Rail| February 11, 2011

D.C. Metro begins rail interoperability study

The agency is working with project sponsors and jurisdictional partners to find easy and cost effective ways to integrate the various light rail systems planned for the region. The $250,000 regional study will be paid for by the jurisdictions that fund Metro.
Rail| February 8, 2011

ARINC to equip NJ Transit with rail control system

Will design and install an integrated light rail central control system, based on the company’s Advanced Information Management (AIM) Rail Control software platform.

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