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San Diego's NCTD contracts with WebTech Wireless

Bus| May 13, 2011
The NCTD will implement NextBus RTPIS on its three fixed-route services — BREEZE transit buses, COASTER commuter trains and SPRINTER light rail.

Honolulu rail opponents file suit

Rail| May 13, 2011
The group of opponents includes the former governor of Hawaii, a former trustee of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and the leader of a nonprofit transportation watchdog corporation. The complaint names federal and Honolulu transit officials as defendants.
Bus| May 12, 2011

AC Transit adopts 10-year fare policy

The new policy raises fares by .25 cents every five years at two-year and three-year intervals. A re-evaluation of the agency's finances is mandated before any of the scheduled increases take effect.
Accessibility| May 12, 2011

Chicago Transit Authority appoints new president

Forrest Claypool replaces Richard Rodriguez, who joined the agency in March 2009. His first day with the agency will be May 16. His annual salary has been set by the Chicago Transit Board at $198,000.
Bus| May 12, 2011

Report: Honolulu named top commuter transit city

The Brookings Institution’s report reviewed commuter transit in 100 cities across the U.S. and found that nearly 70 percent of working people live in neighborhoods that offer transit service.
Accessibility| May 12, 2011

Alternative fuel use gaining traction in transit bus sector

Will represent more than 50 percent of the 64,000 total transit buses that will be delivered worldwide by 2015, up from 28 percent of total bus deliveries in 2010.
Rail| May 12, 2011

BART upgrades mobile website

Will better accommodate the growing number of riders seeking BART information on the go, with a trip planner for GPS-enabled phones; information about parking, bicycles, connecting transit and other neighborhood details for each of the system's 44 stations; and a carbon calculator.
Bus| May 12, 2011

APTA: Transit users save $10,230 annually

Since last month, gas prices rose another 14 cents, allowing transit riders to save an additional $10 this month. Gas prices have risen nearly $1 since the beginning of 2011, making annual transit saving $115 higher this month, compared to last.
Accessibility| May 12, 2011

Indiana bans texting while driving

Under the new law, effective July 1, violators face a maximum fine of $500. The law extends the state's current texting ban to all drivers. Drivers under 18 are also prohibited from all cell phone use.
Bus| May 11, 2011

NABI to equip NJ Transit with 39 low-floor buses

The agency authorized a $17.2M contract for the purchase of the 30-foot transit buses to replace some of the agency’s older buses. They will be the first low-floor buses to run in the state.

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