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MBTA may not get green line funding

Rail| November 1, 2011
A report released by MassINC said that the federal government would likely decline the state’s request for help in paying for the nearly $1 billion transit extension, due to the agency’s debt load and lack of a long-term transportation finance bill.

MCI adds authorized Nashville service center

Motorcoach| November 1, 2011
A team of 38 highly skilled ASE-certified technicians employ state-of the art diagnostic technology to take care of preventative maintenance, repairs and more.
Bus| November 1, 2011

Melaniphy officially takes over at APTA

He succeeds William Millar, who retired on October 31 after serving 15 years as APTA president. Melaniphy was unanimously approved by the APTA board of directors in July after an extensive search that included a pool of 180 candidates.
Bus| November 1, 2011

Calif.-based Omnitrans launches project website

To help keep the public informed about real-time construction updates, Omnitrans also launched a new sbX Twitter handle.
Bus| November 1, 2011

Md. MTA unveils 'AutoLoad' option for smart card

MTA's CharmCard is linked to the SmarTrip card in the Washington, D.C. region. Together, both cards enable riders of public transportation to travel seamlessly within the network of transportation services in Montgomery and Prince George's counties, Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia.
Bus| November 1, 2011

GFI to equip SORTA with new fareboxes

The new GFI Odyssey “talking” fareboxes will accept more payment options, including cash, Metro tokens, and transfers, and offer improved ridership reporting capabilities.
Accessibility| November 1, 2011

Chicago Transit joins Facebook, Twitter

Also launching is the CTA Budget Ideas Board — an online feedback forum for the proposed 2012 budget — and the new CTA Updates, a subscription text/email service for customers to receive alerts on any unplanned events affecting service.
Bus| October 31, 2011

Students dress as zombies to protest UPass hikes

OC Transpo plans to boost the UPass cost to $360 for an annual pass for Carleton and University of Ottawa students, $70 more than the current cost of $145 per semester.
University| October 31, 2011

First Transit honored for work with colleges, universities

Recognized by the National Association of College Auxiliary Services as their “Outstanding Business Partner of the Year” for exceptional business services to customers and exceptional customer service operations for students, faculty and staff on college and university campuses nationwide.
University| October 31, 2011

Texas Christian U. students cite lack of transit choices

Despite high demand for transit passes, many students say that the available bus routes do not travel to enough places. The passes allow free transportation on Fort Worth’s The T, Trinity Railway Express, and Dallas Area Rapid Transit.

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