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FTA chief tours proposed Texas BRT project

Bus| February 28, 2011
The $27.1 million line would extend 8.6 miles northwest along Mesa Street from the current Downtown Transit Terminal near the Paso del Norte International Bridge, ending at the new Westside Transit Terminal.

MCI delivers 18 Commuters to Md.

Bus| February 28, 2011
All 18 new coaches will be assigned to the routes, which MTA manages through contracts with local independent operators.
University| February 28, 2011

Ind. State to purchase transit center

The university said the $4.5 million purchase would give them more parking for events and its new business school, both of which are within yards of the transit center.
University| February 28, 2011

U. of Wis. - Madison students may pay more for bus passes

Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill may significantly increase transportation costs. Federal funding can only be issued when transit workers have collective bargaining rights, which the bill aims to take away.
University| February 28, 2011

Web Extra: Megabus adds UConn campus stops

The service began on an interim schedule, with those interested able to book travel on the company's website anytime past February 18.
University| February 28, 2011

2 Pa. Universities to offer free bus service

University of Scranton and Marywood University have partnered with Lackawanna County's COLTS bus service to give students access to free transportation to area businesses and attractions.
Motorcoach| February 28, 2011

Academy Bus files suit against Rutgers U.

Alleges that the University collaborated on a contract bid with First Transit to create an unequal playing field that would favor the UK-based transportation provider.
Bus| February 25, 2011

Sound Transit to add 34 alt fuel buses

Board members authorized $16.9 million for the purchase of 24 40-foot hybrid buses from Gillig Corp., and $8.1 million for 10 60-foot clean diesel buses from New Flyer.
Accessibility| February 24, 2011

MBTA moves to eliminate website crashes

A spike in Web traffic around snowstorms overwhelmed the site, three times in three weeks, preventing thousands of people from accessing service alerts, schedules, and route maps.
Accessibility| February 24, 2011

Bargaining cuts could cost Ohio, Wis. transit funds

Proposals in both states to reduce the collective bargaining rights of transit workers could put federal funding in jeopardy. By law, the FTA cannot fund transit without Department of Labor certification that the collective bargaining rights of affected transit employees have not been diminished.

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