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July 25, 2014

CH Bus delivers Temsa TS 35 to N.J.

Stout’s Transportation's 38 passenger TS 35’s are equipped with quality features such as 110-volt plugs, Alcoa aluminum wheels, an auxiliary preheater and an Elite REI system.


July 25, 2014

Cleveland to host 2017 ABA Marketplace

The ABA’s 2015 Marketplace will be held in St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 10 to 13. The 2016 Marketplace is scheduled for Jan. 9 to 12 in Louisville, Ky.


July 25, 2014

Thirty dancers hype D.C. Silver Line opening in new ad

Agency will begin airing the ad Saturday afternoon following the grand opening ceremony.


July 25, 2014

NYPD cracking down on subway sex crimes

Officers made 128 arrests on charges of sex abuse or forcible touching through Sunday, compared to 104 such collars by the same point in 2013 — a 23% rise.


July 25, 2014

Pierce Transit CEO to retire by end of 2014

Although she planned to retire at the end of 2015 when her current contract was set to expire, Lynne Griffith says, "the time is right because Pierce Transit is stable now.


July 24, 2014

Lytx to equip entire Cleveland transit fleet

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority’s six-month trial included 100 vehicles in a side-by-side comparison based on the driver coaching criteria from each participating vendor’s system.


July 24, 2014

BART police steps up enforcement

The crackdown started with verbal warnings to people sleeping in the hallway corners of Powell Street train station downtown, the first step in a widening campaign that will eventually include all stations


July 24, 2014

C&J Bus Lines expanding NYC service

The new departure will leave go from Portsmouth, N.H. and Tewksbury, Mass. to New York City and back. The company ordered a fifth motorcoach, which will be dedicated to the expanded service.


July 24, 2014

Alstom German train order fully approved

In all, 63 trains will be operated by vlexx GmbH and the other 28 trains, which are owned by Landesnahverkehrsgesellschaft Niedersachsen will be operated by erixx GmbH.


July 24, 2014

SMART officials say future of bus system rides on tax vote

Agency, which hasn’t sought a millage in more than a decade, says the 0.59 mills would reap $27 million a year to pay for new buses and repairs to old ones and to help balance the system’s $110 million budget.


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