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BEA Transit wins $1.4M Canadian smart-card contract

Bus| August 9, 2011
The Lethbridge system will include onboard fareboxes and smart card readers; central fare processing equipment; and all communications, hardware and software required. BEA will also provide all on-site training and installation services as part of the contract.

Calif. receives $86.4M more for high-speed rail

Rail| August 8, 2011
The funds secured in the agreement were a portion of the May 2011 award, which was the re-allocation of funding from Florida. This amends a previous agreement signed in December 2010.
Bus| August 8, 2011

San Francisco campus shuttle seat belt install on track

Efforts to enhance the safety of its campus shuttle system in the wake of a recent fatal accident is on track, with 39 vehicles equipped with retractable seat belts and the remainder to be completed by month's end.
Bus| August 8, 2011

FTA creates panel to advance transportation in SE Mich.

While much of the two-day meeting's focus will be on Detroit's planned Woodward Avenue light rail system, the panel will also share insights on how area leaders can work together to develop a larger vision for future public transportation development.
Bus| August 8, 2011

CTTransit New Haven now on Google

It is expected that CTTRANSIT's Stamford Division is the next service to utilize Google Transit, and other CTTRANSIT divisions are expected soon after.
University| August 8, 2011

UCLA offers alternative transportation incentives

The Bruin Commuter Club, designed for students, staff and faculty who carpool, vanpool, use public transportation, bike and walk to campus, provides members with access to discounted parking and an emergency ride service.
Motorcoach| August 8, 2011

N.Y. DOT to replace Rochester Amtrak station

The existing Rochester Station, owned by Amtrak, was constructed in 1978 as a temporary facility. The building and platforms are not ADA compliant and have greatly deteriorated in the past decade.
Bus| August 8, 2011

6 transits to participate in FTA asset management pilot

The program encourages urban, suburban and rural transit agencies to find new, cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems — everything from railroad tracks and train stations to bus facilities and electrical equipment, resulting in improved system safety and reliability.
University| August 8, 2011

Profile: Calif. campus tries to grow non-vehicle transportation usage

To help encourage fewer vehicles on campus, UC Irvine offers a number of sustainable commuting options, including carpool matching services, vanpools, carpools, Zipride and Zimride car sharing programs, and train subsidies to reduce monthly transportation expenses and the university's overall carbon footprint.
Management & Operations| August 8, 2011

Mich. university, The Rapid partner for commuter service

The primary purpose of providing the new bus service is to make it easier for current and prospective students from the Grand Rapids area to enroll at Ferris State University's Big Rapids campus.

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