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NJ Transit, DriveCam extend agreement

Bus| January 4, 2012
In addition to achieving a 54% reduction in collisions since launching program, the agency has seen the frequency of risky driving events per vehicle decrease by 91% and the use of cell phones decrease by 69%, according to the agency.

Onspot to be featured on ‘Motorhead Garage’

Bus| January 4, 2012
The show will air Sunday, Jan. 22 at 11:30 a.m. on Fox Sports Network.
Bus| January 3, 2012

TARTA using 'ghost riders' to monitor drivers

Assessments are part of insurance consortium program where other participating transit systems based in Ohio assess partner agencies' drivers.
Motorcoach| January 3, 2012

Coach America files for Chapter 11

Decision was made with a focus on reducing its debt and advancing the best interests of the company and its stakeholders. Coach America has obtained a commitment for $30 million in financing, subject to approval by the Bankruptcy Court, which will support the company's fleet investment and help ensure the continuation of normal operations.
Rail| January 3, 2012

FRA proposes train emergency system enhancements

New rule addresses passenger train emergency systems including vestibule doors, emergency lighting, signage and markings for emergency entrance and exit, and rescue access.
Rail| January 3, 2012

Honolulu rail projects approved for final design

The next step would be a full funding grant agreement.
Bus| January 3, 2012

Minnesota Valley fleet passes local DOT inspection

Buses are annually inspected by Minnesota State Patrol, commercial vehicle department to ensure ADA compliance, bus registration and insurance compliance.
Rail| January 3, 2012

Skanska awarded $347M Calif. rail extension contract

Will construct a 10-mile extension of the BART system to San Jose, Calif. The extension includes two stations, six at-grade crossings and two above-grade crossings.
Bus| January 3, 2012

Minn. Metro bus driver OT spikes 52%

The transit system spent more than $8.5 million on overtime in 2010. About 5% of the drivers averaged 50 to 70 hours of work per week.
Rail| January 3, 2012

Amtrak to lead Pa. train station renovations

Project will address the rehabilitation of the passenger areas, including interior work to the waiting room, concourse, restrooms and hallways, and exterior work to stairways and platforms.

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