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APTA applauds federal high-speed rail investment

Rail| May 10, 2011
President William A. Millar said that the $2 billion that the FRA distributed to several states across the U.S. will help move forward projects already under way, and create thousands of jobs.

MCI hosts Illinois Congressman

Motorcoach| May 9, 2011
Prior to departing, Rep. Joe Walsh toured the latest editions of MCI's D4500 Commuter and J4500 touring coaches.
Motorcoach| May 9, 2011

MCI delivers D4505 to Conn.

Latest D4505s feature three-point seat belts, a full sound system, Wi-Fi and a Cummins ISM 10.8-liter engine, featuring the latest clean diesel engine technology.
Rail| May 9, 2011

Alstom to equip Algerian tramway system

Will provide a comprehensive service that includes a portion of the civil engineering, all the infrastructure (platform, rails, electrification, signaling, and ticketing), a workshop-depot and the central command post. Alstom also is supplying the fleet of 41 Citadis trainsets.
Rail| May 9, 2011

U.S. high-speed rail projects awarded $2 billion

Selected 15 states and Amtrak to receive $2.02 billion for 22 high-speed intercity passenger rail projects. Twenty-four states, the District of Columbia and Amtrak submitted nearly 100 applications.
University| May 9, 2011

N.Y. campus promotes school spirit with bus wraps

Part of a new Stony Brook University initiative to promote programs and activities on campus that students might not be aware of, the university has so far wrapped two buses in sports-themed designs.
Rail| May 9, 2011

Ottawa calls for accelerated completion of light rail system

The report, "Ottawa's Light Rail Transit Project Schedule Acceleration and Procurement Option Selection," also suggested the project use a design-build-maintain model.
Accessibility| May 9, 2011

MV wins Ore. fixed-route, paratransit contract

Will provide management and operations for the 16 vehicle operation, including the installation of DriveCam fleet monitoring systems to ensure the highest safety standard. CAT will continue to provide maintenance for all vehicles.
University| May 9, 2011

Michigan’s Ferris State U. to pilot bus service

After research recently conducted by a Ferris task force yielded sufficient interest from students, prospective students and faculty, the university will move forward with The Rapid bus service to the main campus in Big Rapids.
Bus| May 9, 2011

Calif. university to suspend summer U-PASS service

Service allows students, faculty and staff to ride Long Beach Transit or Passport shuttles for free by swiping their ID cards. California State University, Long Beach officials are confident the service will return in the fall.

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