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Lhota joins N.Y. MTA as executive director

Bus| November 14, 2011
Served as the New York City's deputy mayor, operations, under Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, where he oversaw day-to-day management of the city and supervised its agencies. He also served as budget director, where he managed the city's $36 billion operating budget and $45 billion capital budget, cut costs, led agency reorganizations and consolidations and implemented performance-based strategic planning.

ABC acquires Hudson Body Co.

Motorcoach| November 14, 2011
With over 60 years in the transportation service market, Hudson Body Co., a full-service body repair facility, specializes in truck and bus body repairs. The facility will continue to operate under the Hudson Body name, dba ABC Companies.
Rail| November 14, 2011

U.S. DOT, Va. sign agreement on Dulles rail project

Will reduce the cost of the Phase 2 project by hundreds of millions of dollars and keep tolls more affordable for Dulles Toll Road users. The Commonwealth of Virginia will contribute $150 million to Phase 2. The Dulles Silver Line Rail project will be eligible for federal assistance under the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act program.
University| November 14, 2011

Missouri U. transit system struggles with funding

University representatives on the City of Columbia’s Transit System Task Force advised Mayor McDavid against increasing the student fee for the system. The Mayor says if Columbia Transit does not generate more revenue, the city could be forced to cut $800,000 of funding.
University| November 14, 2011

Web Extra: Are university transit fees rising along with ridership?

System operators from Florida, Georgia, Illinois and Connecticut tell us about rapidly increasing ridership numbers and raising fees.
University| November 14, 2011

U. of Louisiana-Lafayette plans more transit options

Officials are developing a master plan to guide campus growth, which will include more green space, better transit options, mixed land use, improved housing and a community less dependent on vehicles. Planners say the changes will boost UL's regional and national standings.
University| November 14, 2011

Princeton U. may fund $500K transit needs study

A proposed task force, funded in part by the University, will study the community’s transit and traffic needs and the effects of the University’s proposed Arts and Transit Neighborhood and other pending developments.
University| November 14, 2011

Diperts donate to future U. of Texas mixed-use visitors’ center

Dan Dipert, owner of Dan Dipert Travel & Transportation Ltd. and his wife, Linda, recently donated $400,000 to the University of Texas at Arlington for its new visitors center in an $80 million retail and residential development.
University| November 14, 2011

Stanford staff paid not to drive

The university instead encourages faculty to take advantage of a number of other programs including free regional train and bus passes, a free shuttle to the university and free hours in an auto-sharing program such as Zipcar.
University| November 14, 2011

Texas program tackles university game day drinking

The program has, or will make, several area university trips in November, including game day stops in Austin for the University of Texas vs. Texas Tech game; Lubbock for the Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma St. game; and College Station for the Texas A&M vs. Kansas game.

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