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INIT wins San Diego 'Trolley' contract

Rail| August 23, 2010
Worth $1.4 million, the contract includes the option of equipping an additional 14 light rail vehicles in the future.

'Quiet cars' gain ground on commuter rail systems

Rail| August 10, 2010
NJ Transit is publicizing the Quiet Commute cars on its Website and also plans to wrap one of the cars to advertise their availability.
Rail| July 30, 2010

Houston's University light rail approved to move ahead

The project is part of a five-line rail plan that includes the East End, North, Uptown and Southeast Lines. The East End, North, and Southeast lines are under construction, while the Uptown line is in the design phase.
Rail| July 29, 2010

HDR/Hawaii Pacific Engineers win Honolulu rail contract

The contract will move forward the designs of the West Loch, Waipahu Transit Center and Leeward Community College stations.
Rail| July 26, 2010

Trolley extension route to UC San Diego selected

The $1.2 billion, 11-mile extension to the region's light rail system is expected to increase transit ridership by 20,000 boardings a day. The voter-approved project has half of the funds dedicated from the TransNet half-cent sales tax.
Rail| July 22, 2010

Business loans to ease light rail's effects

Of the money for the loans, $1 million will come from reserves from the Metropolitan Council, which is building the $957 million, 11-mile line.
Rail| July 20, 2010

HART to include Tampa airport in light rail study

A referendum on the tax to fund the project will appear on the Nov. 2 ballot.
Rail| July 14, 2010

Phoenix Metro light rail ridership up

In June 2010, when ridership usually slumps as a result of the summer heat, Metro saw a 15 percent increase from 815,566 in 2009 to 942,154 in 2010.
Rail| May 12, 2010

Students, rail supporters criticize U of Md.'s plan

The university is considering closing Campus Drive to all but pedestrians, bicyclists, campus shuttles, emergency vehicles and university service vehicles from June 19 to Aug. 15 as a test of longer-term plans to create a "traffic-free, pedestrian-friendly zone."
Rail| May 5, 2010

Phoenix Metro April ridership breaks records

Served more than 1,2 million total riders in April 2010, resulting in an average weekday ridership of 44,932, average Saturday ridership of 34,533, and average Sunday and holiday ridership of 20,573.

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