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INIT wins Calif. fare collection contract

Bus| July 14, 2011
Partners with Sacramento Area Council of Governments for the installation of a multi-agency electronic fare collection solution on approximately 500 of the agencies’ buses and at more than 80 locations on rail station platforms.

Calif.’s Omnitrans awards $64M BRT contract

Bus| July 14, 2011
The Griffith/Comet Joint Venture, both Southern California based companies, and dozens of subcontractors, will be tasked with construction of the E Street Corridor sbX Bus Rapid Transit Line, a 15.7-mile route from northern San Bernardino to Loma Linda with 5.2 miles of dedicated lanes, 16 stations and four park-and- ride facilities.
Accessibility| July 13, 2011

NJ Transit posts “Scorecard’ survey results online

Customers rated their overall satisfaction with the service as “acceptable” or “satisfactory,” with a score of 5.2. Approximately 67 percent said they would recommend NJ Transit to a friend or relative, and 63 percent choose to use NJ Transit, even though they have a personal vehicle available.
Rail| July 13, 2011

FTA releases $47.6M for Atlanta streetcar

Will run 2.6 miles through the heart of the city's business, tourism and convention corridor and connect with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority rail system and numerous area bus routes.
Rail| July 12, 2011

NEC privatization plan lacks details about trackage fees

Experts and advocates say the proposal doesn't offer protection for New Jersey Transit and its sister commuter lines in the event that a private operator hikes track rates and fees, which would result in higher fares.
Rail| July 12, 2011

Brazil splits bidding to spur high-speed rail build

Officials hope to jump-start construction of the planned $18 billion line, which is slated to be open for the 2016 Olympic Games to be hosted by the country.
Rail| July 12, 2011

Protestors angry about shooting shut down BART stops

The group, reacting to the July 3 shooting of a 45-year-old transient, caused major delays for three hours and the closure of three stations during the Monday evening rush hour. No one was injured or arrested, and service was restored by dusk.
Bus| July 12, 2011

Boston's T selling station naming rights

MBTA hopes to raise revenue to fill a projected $150 million budget gap for the 2013 fiscal year.
Bus| July 12, 2011

Ill. Gov. pushes for universal transit fare card

Signed legislation requiring area transit agencies to come up with a universal fare card by 2015. The concept has been in discussion for several years. However, transit experts cite obstacles, including ever-changing ticket technology and Metra’s fare structure.
Motorcoach| July 12, 2011

Motorcoach out-of-service levels at all-time low

At lowest levels since the CVSA's commercial vehicle safety enforcement campaign, Roadcheck began in 1988. Inspections of passenger vehicles found a compliance rate of 91.3 percent in 2011 versus 91.0 percent in 2010. The motorcoach driver compliance rate was 97.4 percent; in 2010 it was 96.4 percent.

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