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Report: Portland best for public transportation

Bus| February 9, 2011
The Top 10 list released by U.S. News following President Obama's high-speed rail announcement weighed combination of investment, ridership and safety.

Ohio DOT cuts transit funding

Accessibility| February 9, 2011
Gov. Kasich administration officials are rescinding former Gov. Ted Strickland’s three-year, $150 million funding pledge to Ohio's public transit agencies. Instead, the state will split $80 million in federal transportation funding among 59 local transit authorities through 2013.
Bus| February 9, 2011

Clever Devices to equip N.J. buses with real-time info

The agency authorized a $22 million contract with the supplier for hardware, software and services for the installation of smart bus equipment on approximately 1,040 transit, cruiser and articulated buses.
Rail| February 8, 2011

Amtrak unveils new Trans-Hudson Gateway tunnel plan

The new tunnels would significantly increase commuter train capacity by allowing NJ Transit to add an additional 13 trains per peak hour into New York City and it would increase the number of Amtrak trains into New York City by eight per hour.
Motorcoach| February 8, 2011

N.Y. lawmakers want regs for Chinatown buses

Lack of regulation has caused numerous problems in the community including congestion, pollution and inefficiency on the part of bus companies, according to elected officials.
Rail| February 8, 2011

Obama proposes spending $53B on high-speed rail

Investment is part of an initiative to use infrastructure spending to jump-start job creation and increase America's competitiveness.
Accessibility| February 8, 2011

Amidst budget woes, Caltrain CEO highest paid in state

Michael Scanlon has called for closures of half the rail line’s stations, and slashing most of its service to keep the agency afloat, despite earning 59 percent more than the median salary for a CEO of one of California's 23 largest transit operators.
Rail| February 8, 2011

Police crack down on L.A. Blue Line traffic violations

More than a dozen Los Angeles Sheriff's Department (LASD) and Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) motorcycle officers issued 106 citations, which included 43 people for using their cell phone while driving in the Long Beach area.
Rail| February 8, 2011

Washington, D.C. to Boston Amtrak derails

The low-speed derailment, which occurred just east of Penn Station around 12:25 p.m., forced Long Island Rail Road to cancel 16 of 125 eastbound trains and caused other delays during the P.M. rush
Rail| February 8, 2011

ARINC to equip NJ Transit with rail control system

Will design and install an integrated light rail central control system, based on the company’s Advanced Information Management (AIM) Rail Control software platform.

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