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U.S. DOT releases $77M in research, education grants

University| January 17, 2012
Will fund 22 University Transportation Centers to advance research and education programs that address critical transportation challenges.

Audit: L.A. lost $23.1M in bus stop ad revenue

Bus| January 13, 2012
According to Controller Wendy Greuel’s analysis of a 2002 contract Los Angeles held with CBS Decaux, the city moved slowly on permitting street furniture, which decreased the ad revenue the city could earn.
Rail| January 13, 2012

U.S. DOT to streamline Northeast Corridor high-speed rail projects

Through a pilot project, CEQ and the U.S. DOT will work with stakeholders to identify efficiencies to speed the environmental review process and inform selection of service types and station locations for high-speed rail in the Northeast Corridor. The pilot will engage federal, state and local governments and the public in the environmental review process.
Bus| January 13, 2012

Veolia's Nassau County employees reach labor agreement

TWU members voted 450 to 68 to approve the contract.
Bus| January 13, 2012

How some will handle transit subsidy cutbacks

One respondent, who had recently switched to using public transportation due to high gas prices, may go back to using his car and take advantage of free parking.
Bus| January 13, 2012

Chapel Hill Transit workers reenact Parks' bus sit-in, honor MLK

As part of the town’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day week-long celebration for town employees, Chapel Hill Transit workers will reenact the historic day when Parks refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on a Montgomery City bus in Alabama on Dec. 1, 1955.
Rail| January 12, 2012

Calif. high-speed rail leadership shakeup

Amid growing criticism of the project, the California High-Speed Rail Authority's Chairman of the Board Thomas J. Umberg announced the resignation of CEO Roelof van Ark, effective in two months.
Rail| January 12, 2012

FTA's streetcar conference launches in Oregon

The two-day round-table discussion was held to assist transportation planners from 13 cities around the country to learn how to best implement federally-funded streetcar projects in their communities.
Bus| January 12, 2012

NJ Transit nears completion of diesel bus overhaul

Agency has installed emissions control technology on many of its older buses as part of a long-term statewide strategy designed to reduce air pollution.
Rail| January 12, 2012

Amtrak to add vehicles, enhance services

Key actions planned in the new year are building the first units of 70 new electric locomotives and 130 new single-level long-distance cars, the national roll-out of eTicketing to all trains, and the further integration and advancement of Northeast Corridor planning efforts to improve the existing corridor and develop a high-capacity, next-generation high-speed rail system.

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