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Alstom, Bombardier, Areva consortium extended in Paris

Rail| July 25, 2011
This new tranche is worth more than $431 million. Financing for this tranche will be split 50/50 between STIF (Syndicat des transports d'Ile-de-France) and the RATP.

Illinois campus crosswalk signs order drivers to stop

University| July 25, 2011
Approximately 50 crosswalk signs will be repainted to say 'stop' rather than yield to coincide with a change in wording for existing legislation.
University| July 25, 2011

West Va. U. to upgrade personal rapid transit system

As part of the PRT's refurbishment, Bombardier Transport will provide a new propulsion unit. The unit controls the electrical motor that's underneath the vehicle, enabling riders to notice the system's ramped up electrical power.
Bus| July 25, 2011

U. Wis.-Green Bay signs U-Pass agreement

New contract does away with the former agreement, under which a $35,000 annual lump-sum payment — underwritten by student fees and a portion of University parking fees — was paid to Metro in exchange for unlimited bus rides for students, faculty and staff.
Motorcoach| July 25, 2011

Las Vegas' Ryan's Express sold

As part of the deal, Michael Haggerty sold his remaining 51 percent ownership stake to the private equity group. Financial terms were not disclosed.
University| July 25, 2011

Northern Ariz. U. debuts Flagstaff bus line

The “Mountain Link” bus route will begin transporting students and other riders to and from downtown Flagstaff on Aug. 29, the first day of fall classes.
University| July 25, 2011

Las Vegas campus unveils transit center plans

The $3.5M project will create a 150-acre mixed-use development on the U. of Nevada, Las Vegas campus, and accommodate a multimodal transit center, 40,000-seat football stadium, retail shops, restaurants and student and faculty residences.
Accessibility| July 25, 2011

Canadian public transit ridership up

Increase of 4.1 percent nationally over the previous year, represents an all-time record with 1.9 billion trips taken.
Accessibility| July 25, 2011

Santa Monica Big Blue Bus picks new exec. dir.

Edward F. King, current executive director of the San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority, will replace Stephanie Negriff as the new director of the city’s public transportation system.
University| July 25, 2011

Utah Transit, universities adopt collective agreement

Changed from each of Utah's colleges and universities independently negotiating year-to-year with transit agency to collective bargaining on behalf of most of the state’s higher education schools. The goal is to stabilize transit pass pricing.

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