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MCI delivers to Georgia, adds wheelchair lift retrofit program

Accessibility| September 27, 2011
Both Ricon and Braun lifts are available, depending on original coach specifications.

PATCO, Cubic team for contactless payment

Bus| September 27, 2011
The new PATCO Wave & Pay ANYWHERE Visa Prepaid Card began a 12-month pilot program on Monday. This marks the first time that consumers will be able to use the same transit payment card for both transit and retail purchases.
Rail| September 27, 2011

Wireless service begins at six N.Y. subway stations

Under agreements with the MTA and Transit Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile customers can now use their cell phones and also send and receive wireless data messages and emergency messages.
Motorcoach| September 26, 2011

Freightliner to supply 100 chassis to Veterans hospitals

The U.S. General Services Administration will use them for routine patient transportation at Veterans Administration hospitals across the country. Farber Specialty Vehicles, based in Columbus, Ohio, will customize the buses with Glaval Bus bodies.
Rail| September 26, 2011

N.Y. awarded nearly $150M for Amtrak corridor

Will upgrade high-speed and intercity passenger rail service on the Empire Corridor to increase capacity and reliability, while reducing delays and travel time on several Amtrak routes, including the Empire Service, Lake Shore Limited, Maple Leaf, Adirondack, and Ethan Allen Express.
University| September 26, 2011

10 ways colleges can encourage students to curb cars

Eliminating bus fares, making parking spots more scarce and making sure your buses run on time are some of the practices highlighted in a blog posted in honor of World Car-Free Day, which took place last week.
University| September 26, 2011

U. of Wyoming rebrands transit system

The renaming of the transit system to "Roundup" coincides with the arrival of six new clean diesel buses, which will be unveiled in October.
Rail| September 26, 2011

Study: U.S. high-speed rail can work, needs fresh approach

Recommends prioritizing corridors with demonstrated markets, such as the Northeast and California, and exploring alternative management and financing arrangements, including separating infrastructure development from rail operations and forming public-private partnerships.
University| September 26, 2011

Penn Transit launches daytime shuttle service

With the opening of Penn Park, the University of Pennsylvania's campus now spans more than 300 acres — or about the size of 300 football fields. Student interest was a significant factor in developing a daytime shuttle.
University| September 26, 2011

San Diego transit to expand student discount program

After seeing success with its discount bus-and-rail pass program with California State University San Marcos, the North County Transit District plans to start a similar pilot program with the University of San Diego.

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