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Report chronicles most dangerous pedestrian areas

Bus| May 25, 2011
The report, "Dangerous by Design 2011: Solving the Epidemic of Preventable Pedestrian Deaths," shows how roadway designs promoted by federal investment endanger people on foot.

MCI delivers to Minnesota, Texas

Bus| May 25, 2011
Two Minneapolis area transit agencies have added a total of eight Commuter Coaches. Houston-based Continental Bus Lines received its first new motorcoach, a J4500.
Bus| May 24, 2011

D.C. Metro transit police chief investigates use of force

Will look into an incident, filmed by a bystander and posted on YouTube, of two officers who appear to have tackled a man in a wheelchair, sending him to the hospital with a head wound.
Rail| May 24, 2011

GO Transit increases on-time performance

The 94 percent on-time performance for 2010-11 is up from 91.7 per cent in 2009-10. The new statistics were part of the GO Transit Quarterly Board Report, which were presented at the most recent Metrolinx Board meeting in April.
Rail| May 24, 2011

Sonoma-Marin rail's interim GM returns to old post

David Heath was hired as SMART's chief financial officer a year ago, but took over as interim GM following the abrupt resignation of Lillian Hames in January.
Rail| May 24, 2011

BART hopes tax will pay for railcars

The tax measure, which will require two-thirds approval, might appear on the ballot as early as November 2012.
Bus| May 24, 2011

Poll: Fuel prices may drive U.S. to efficient cars, then mass transit

Americans making less than $30,000 a year (32%) are more likely than those making $75,000 or more (11%) to say they will use mass transit if gas prices rise to the $5-per-gallon range.
Bus| May 24, 2011

MBTA pass scam totaled $4 million

Two Massachusetts residents accused of printing upwards of 20,000 fraudulent transit passes worth an estimated $4 million and selling them directly to MBTA passengers, and pocketing the proceeds, pleaded not guilty to larceny and conspiracy charges.
Rail| May 23, 2011

SEPTA debuts $1.1M eco-friendly transit station

The ARRA-funded Fox Chase train station building includes energy-efficient HVAC and lighting systems, and is eligible for a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Silver-designation.
Rail| May 23, 2011

Denver RTD unveils new commuter rail mock-up

This passenger train, much different than RTD’s current light rail vehicle, will be used on the East Rail Line to Denver International Airport (DIA), the Gold Line to Arvada-Wheat Ridge and a segment of the Northwest Rail Line to Westminster. These new 36 miles of FasTracks lines are under contract and early construction activity is underway.

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