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Chicago's Liberty Coach gets new Web design

Motorcoach| August 15, 2011
A key component of the implementation included utilizing Drupal as the CMS platform for website development. Through the client design and strategy review process, MA was also able to introduce key elements of social media, content marketing and SEO strategy into the Drupal driven website design.

MCI delivers to Montreal, Los Angeles

Motorcoach| August 15, 2011
Groupe Orléans Express took five new and six pre-owned J4500 coaches, and equipped them with bike racks. Eight of the coaches also feature wheelchair lifts. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department added three new MCI purpose-built 2011 Inmate Security Transportation Vehicles to its fleet.
Bus| August 12, 2011

Pittsburgh agency loses appeal over ads

The case has cost the authority more than $230,000, based on the agency's response to an ACLU Right to Know request in September 2009. If the agency does not appeal the case further or loses the appeal, it would end up paying the plaintiff's legal costs, which were more than $300,000 at the end of the district court trial.
Motorcoach| August 12, 2011

Pa. motorcoach driver publishes book

Jim Maust, who drove for Perkiomen Motorcoach for 11 years, wrote about his on-the-job adventures in “From the Driver’s Seat,” released about a month ago.
Bus| August 12, 2011

L.A. transit advertiser to remove 6,000 bus benches

The city did not renew its contract with Norman Bench Advertising, which recently came under fire from officials for not disclosing how many benches it has and how much money it gets from displaying ads on them.
Bus| August 12, 2011

Ridership up for Central Ohio Transit

Provided more than 17 million rides in 2010 and is on pace to provide over 18 million rides in 2011. On an average weekday last week, COTA provided over 62,000 rides, which was 15.8 percent higher than in 2010. It was also the 15th consecutive week of increased ridership this year.
Rail| August 12, 2011

Amtrak adds free iPhone app

Customers can purchase one-way and round trip tickets that can be printed at a Quik-Trak machine, picked up from an agent or mailed. Passengers will be able to access the latest train arrival and departure information for their itinerary.
Rail| August 12, 2011

FRA issues new reg limiting consecutive hours of service

The new rule, based on “fatigue science,” will use fatigue modeling tools and data on human alertness factors and guide the scheduling of train crews to reduce the likelihood of a hazardous work schedule. It includes maximum on-duty periods and minimum off-duty periods for passenger train employees.
Bus| August 11, 2011

Cummins supports new emissions, efficiency standards

Company collaborated with other engine and vehicle manufacturers, technology suppliers, fleets and environmental organizations to provide input.
Bus| August 11, 2011

Lateness is No. 1 complaint for Maryland transit riders

The issue topped all other rider concerns including rude drivers, missed stops and dirty vehicles. Recommendations issued to the Maryland Transit Administration include improving communications with riders who lodge complaints.

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