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AECOM joint venture wins Md. rail contract

Rail| February 15, 2011
Team will finalize planning and preliminary engineering activities; oversee final design and pre-construction work; and provide construction management/inspection, quality assurance/quality control and systems start-up services.

DesignLine to open production facility in Abu Dhabi

Bus| February 14, 2011
With the joint venture and increased requests for 30-, 35- and 40-foot hybrid-electric buses, company expects the resulting employment opportunities to more than double its current workforce in both Charlotte, N.C., and Christchurch, New Zealand.
Bus| February 14, 2011

U.S. DOT: Obama's budget an investment in America's economic success

The six-year proposal will also provide $336 billion, a 48 percent increase over the previous authorization, to rebuild America's roads and bridges, and $119 billion, a 128 percent increase over the previous authorization, in funding for affordable, sustainable and efficient transit options.
Rail| February 14, 2011

NYPD cop tackles rampage suspect on train

New York Police transit officer Terrance Howell tackled the man who allegedly went on a daylong rampage, after he attacked another victim Saturday morning and changed subway trains
Rail| February 14, 2011

MapQuest adds rail, pedestrian options

Worked with San Francisco-based, geospatial data and mapping company, Urban Mapping, to develop its transit option, and has plans for additional city content is 2011.
Rail| February 14, 2011

Princeton's historic Dinky train faces uncertain future

Over the years, the service has endured moves, budget cuts and the threat of being replaced by a bus. A proposal for a new arts center aims to move the train, which may threaten its future.
University| February 14, 2011

Houston students urged to curb car use

The University's goal is to have 5 percent of the campus community using alternative methods of transportation by the end of 2012.
Rail| February 14, 2011

Maryland U. student gov. backs light rail line

The proposed $1.6 billion state transportation has been debated at the university for years, with transit planners and many students arguing in favor of Campus Drive and many administrators requesting more peripheral routes through or under the campus.
Bus| February 14, 2011

Minn. Valley gets ridership boost from university

Overall, the transit agency's total ridership was 2,437,933, up slightly from 2009 (0.3 percent).
University| February 14, 2011

More Portland State students using alternative transportation

The most popular way to get to the university is by bus, MAX train and Portland Streetcar, which together accounted for 44 percent of trips to campus by staff and faculty and 40 percent by students in fall 2010.

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