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NTSB recommends stability control standards for buses

Bus| September 2, 2011
The recommendations made to NHTSA also include requiring installation of stability systems on all newly manufactured vehicles within the weight range.

AECOM receives $35.5M Edmonton light rail contract

Rail| September 2, 2011
Under the contract, the company will provide preliminary engineering design services for the Southeast LRT line from downtown Edmonton to Mill Woods and the West LRT line from Lewis Estates to downtown Edmonton.
Rail| September 2, 2011

L.A. Metro to release final eco report for rail extension

The Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor is an 8.5-mile light rail line that will extend from the intersection of Exposition and Crenshaw Boulevards to the Metro Green Line.
Rail| September 2, 2011

Texas awarded $50M for rail improvements, HSR corridor

Will jump-start planning for high-speed rail between Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth, focusing on the Tower 55 project. The project will alleviate congestion at one of the busiest railroad intersections in the U.S., where ten freight and passenger rail routes converge and carry more than 100 trains per day.
Motorcoach| September 2, 2011

MCI delivers to Edmonton tour and charter

Golden Arrow's new D4505 coaches include seating, with grab rails, for 51 passengers rather than the standard 56-seat configuration, a destination sign and yellow strips on the entrance steps.
Bus| September 2, 2011

MCI names new director of biz development for private sector

Tom Wagner, who joined MCI Public Sector in 2005, will report to President/CEO Rick Heller. The move follows the July 28 announcement that Michael Melaniphy, VP, MCI Public Sector, will leave the company Sept. 2 to become president/ CEO of the American Public Transportation Association.
Bus| September 2, 2011

Integrys Energy Group acquires two CNG fueling companies

Pinnacle CNG Systems and Trillium USA, previously owned by Wagner & Brown, Ltd.
Bus| September 2, 2011

Calif.-based OCTA launches counter terrorism team

The team is being launched through a $122,000 federal grant and will further the Homeland Security mission in Orange County.
Rail| September 1, 2011

Detroit people mover likely to cut service as funds disappear

City officials recently approved a 25-cent fare increase, the first since the 2.9-mile elevated light rail system opened in 1987, saying that reducing service is a better solution than shutting down the service completely.
Bus| September 1, 2011

Free transit rides end for Chicago seniors

Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace Bus will only continue to offer free rides to low-income seniors. Other seniors are still eligible for discounted fares. Agencies have stationed personnel at some stations to help seniors adjust to the change.

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