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Obama urges Congress to extend surface transportation bill

Bus| August 31, 2011
President also directed the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Interior, Transportation and Housing and Urban Development to each select three "high-priority" construction projects already funded that can be completed within 18 months.

Fla. Transit orders 50 new NABI buses

Bus| August 31, 2011
The initial delivery, which is under way, will bring the total number of NABI buses in Broward County Transit's fleet to 170 buses. The new buses will consist of both 40-foot and 60-foot BRT articulated buses.
Rail| August 31, 2011

N.Y. MTA to expedite repair of storm damaged rail line

The MTA has begun a careful and disciplined survey of every mile of the Port Jervis Line and all supporting structures, systems and equipment. A team of diverse specialists is being assembled to assess the full extent of damage and develop a work plan that addresses the need to rebuild miles of the right of way.
Rail| August 31, 2011

Amtrak bolsters security during 9/11 anniversary period

Rail service is conducting more passenger and baggage screenings, increasing the use of K-9 explosive detection teams, and expanding police patrols at stations, on trains, along the tracks and other key rail infrastructure.
Rail| August 31, 2011

BART names new GM

Grace Crunican is BART’s ninth GM. She holds a solid background in transportation, which includes a history of successful strategies to secure and increase capital and transit funding.
Bus| August 31, 2011

Cleveland RTA offers info via QR Codes

The two-dimensional barcode, made of small black squares and rectangles, is arranged in a square on a white background that typically leads to text, a URL or other information. In RTA's case, QR codes lead to a specific map and/or route information.
Rail| August 30, 2011

Amtrak to resume Northeast service

Flooding at the Trenton, N.J.-based station was the problem for the rail network, as well as New Jersey Transit and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, which also could not get their trains into Trenton.
Motorcoach| August 30, 2011

Buses help stranded travelers leave Boston

With hundreds of flights still canceled and Amtrak service halted in the wake of Hurricane Irene, thousands of travelers boarded bus services such as BoltBus and Peter Pan Monday to get out of the city.
Bus| August 30, 2011

Kingston launches Vanner 110-volt kit program

Kingston and Vanner representatives will be available at Booth #1120 at this year's BusCon Expo, being held at Chicago's Navy Pier Sept. 13 to 14.
Bus| August 30, 2011

N.Y. MTA response to hurricane shows lessons learned

Service was up and running in time for the Monday morning commute. The agency planned days in advance, secured subways and buses, and de-energized the system. Actions taken were based on what staff learned from last year’s blizzard.

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