10661 - 10670 of 18182 Previous Next

TriMet sees ridership spikes

Bus| December 12, 2011
Riders took 8.1 million trips on buses and commuter rail, up more than 2 percent compared to November 2010.

UConn unveils shuttle to health center

University| December 12, 2011
Created to connect researchers and students who need to commute between the Health Center and the Storrs campus.
University| December 12, 2011

Carnegie Mellon U. expands bus tracking app

Now available for Android as well as iPhones, the app,Tiramisu allows riders to tell other riders where and how full buses are. Since its July debut, riders have provided information about more than 11,500 trips.
University| December 12, 2011

Yale preparing for winter season

The new communications and cancellation decisions put in place were prompted by the 19 inches of snow on Jan. 12, 2011, which canceled Yale Shuttle operations for much of the day.

University| December 12, 2011

LaHood to speak at Lincoln Memorial U. graduation

Will also receive LMU's highest tribute, the Lincoln Diploma of Honor, during the commencement ceremony.
University| December 12, 2011

Wash. State riders to benefit from AVL, GPS mapping

When the AVL system is fully integrated, riders will be able to look online to see where buses are located, see if there are delays, and see the exact times for pick-up and delivery to their destinations. New phone applications are also being developed to streamline the information.
University| December 12, 2011

Web Extra: How are you preparing your alt-fuel fleet for winter?

University transit system operators from Illinois, Indiana and Virginia discuss fuel storage and heating.
Bus| December 12, 2011

First Transit's operation Cap Metro wins COMTO award

The award, which was for Cap Metro's University of Texas shuttle service, recognizes the dedication and innovation displayed by businesses within the transportation industry.
Bus| December 9, 2011

N.Y./N.J. Port Authority makes employee salaries public

In response to criticism about its spending and reports about its payroll, the transit agency will provide full disclosure of all employee compensation for full- and part-time workers.
Rail| December 9, 2011

Veolia to lead rail engineer distraction study

Assess factors contributing to the distraction of locomotive engineers during passenger rail service operations and to develop a rigorous training program focused on techniques to mitigate distraction.

More From The World's Largest Fleet Publisher

Automotive Fleet

The Car and truck fleet and leasing management magazine

Business Fleet

managing 10-50 company vehicles

Fleet Financials

Executive vehicle management

Government Fleet

managing public sector vehicles & equipment


Work Truck Magazine

The number 1 resource for vocational truck fleets

Schoolbus Fleet

Serving school transportation professionals in the U.S. and Canada

LCT Magazine

Global Resource For Limousine and Bus Transportation