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Ala. transit agency looks to form police force

Bus| March 6, 2012
The extra protection is a response to some violent incidents, including a nonfatal shooting a few weeks ago.

Driving school linked to Va. bus crash loses license

Motorcoach| March 6, 2012
Prosecutors say the school was getting commercial driver's licenses for people without the necessary skills.
Rail| March 6, 2012

FRA releases $17M for 12 rail projects

The rail line relocation competitive grant program funds projects that reduce the adverse effects of rail infrastructure on safety, motor vehicle and pedestrian traffic, community quality of life or economic development. Projects getting the funding include the Massachusetts DOT Patriot Corridor Double-Stack Clearance Initiative and the Indianapolis Downtown Rail Relocation.
Bus| March 5, 2012

APTA ad campaign targets Congress, touts transit's benefits

As the deadline to authorize a transportation bill by March 31 approaches, these advertisements will "dominate" WMATA Metrorail stations that serve the U.S. Capitol Building and House and Senate Office Buildings.
University| March 5, 2012

Driver to take plea deal in UCONN student death

The 22-year-old man was being charged with negligent homicide with a motor vehicle and failing to yield to a pedestrian in the March 22 accident in Westminster, Mass.
Motorcoach| March 5, 2012

Canadian coach accident kills 2, injures 44

The coach was headed for a local casino. Preliminary indications were that adverse weather could have been a factor
Bus| March 5, 2012

17 transit systems given TSA 'Gold Standard' rating

Assessment includes review of agency's security plans, security training, drills/exercise programs, public outreach efforts and background check programs.
Bus| March 2, 2012

London launches revamped double-decker bus

The buses, which are equipped with diesel-electric hybrid technology, cost an estimated $2.25 million apiece.
Bus| March 2, 2012

D.C. Metro crime down, but higher than other cities

The agency released a five-year crime report showing that crime on the transit system has decreased since 2010, but the crime rate was still higher in 2011 than at other major transit agencies.
Bus| March 2, 2012

NJ Transit employees arrested for fare fraud

Two workers allegedly recruited passengers to ride the train, but didn’t have them purchase a ticket. Instead the riders paid them a discounted rate. Prosecutors say that the employees then pocketed the cash, which added up to thousands of dollars in lost fares.

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