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Denver RTD opens new transfer center

Bus| March 6, 2009
The facility will become a light rail station within the FasTracks Program and has been designed and integrated within a larger overall TOD project.

Houston METRO to add 20 miles of light rail

Rail| March 5, 2009
The initial phase of the contract calls for spending $632 million and is expected to create 25,000 jobs, including a combined $90 million in utility work on the North and Southeast Corridors and $390 million in total costs for the East End Corridor.
Rail| February 25, 2009

HMM expands Calgary light rail contract

The West LRT line will expand service to more than 80,000 residents in southwest Calgary and involves an approximately five-mile light rail extension of Calgary’s C-Train LRT System, as well as six stations and two park and ride lots.
Rail| January 30, 2009

Siemens lands $184M light rail vehicle contract

Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD) has ordered 55 light rail vehicles to accommodate the extensions planned in the city's west, south and central corridors.
Bus| January 16, 2009

Study: Buses better option for Maryland than light rail

World Resources Institute’s analysis confirms that BRT is the only option that would work locally to fight global warming, with a medium-investment system cutting carbon dioxide emissions by almost 9,000 metric tons per year, equivalent to taking about 1,600 cars off the road.
Bus| January 14, 2009

METRO Briefs

Arizona launches BRT. Bus-only lane benefits outweigh parking woes. Gov. Doyle seeking high-speed rail stimulus funding.
Rail| January 5, 2009

STV wins Toronto light rail contract

The firm will provide program management and project management services to the TTC for Toronto’s Transit City Light Rail Plan.
Rail| December 10, 2008

British transit company launches U.S. provider

Parry Transit, the new American unit of Parry U.K., will plan, design and deploy Parry streetcar systems for the U.S. market.
Rail| May 16, 2008

Siemens wins UTA order

Siemens Transportation Systems Inc.(STS) received a notice to proceed from the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) to build and deliver 77 S70 light rail vehicles over a four-year period. This is UTA’s fourth order with STS, bringing its total number of Siemens vehicles to 117.

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