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As L.A. rail expands, bus service to shrink

Bus| March 21, 2011
The latest overhaul will slash overall bus service by 12 percent and increase the number of passengers on individual buses. Nine routes are set to be eliminated in June and 11 more would be cut back.

N.Y. DMV: Coach driver likely made false statements

Motorcoach| March 18, 2011
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office released motor vehicles data to investigators regarding "evidence of false statements" made by Ophadell Williams, the driver of a tour bus in a crash that killed 15 people.
Rail| March 18, 2011

Fla. Senator: High-speed rail officially dead

Amtrak, the project’s last hope, said it could not meet the April 4 deadline to compete against other states for the $2.4 billion allocation.
Motorcoach| March 18, 2011

Iowa's Windstar acquires Kincaid Coach’s Neb. branch

The purchase of Kincaid’s Lincoln, Neb. terminal will be Windstar Lines Inc.’s first location outside the state of Iowa.
Motorcoach| March 18, 2011

Starcraft releases MFSAB

The Prodigy XP was designed and built from the ground up in order to utilize the same body style as Starcraft's recently released Xpress shuttle bus.
Bus| March 18, 2011

Thales ticketing solution in operation in Mexico

This solution, specifically developed for separated bus lines, includes 100 percent automatic payments, entry barriers and the use of contactless cards.
Rail| March 18, 2011

L.A. commuters tackle would-be kidnapper

The man was booked on suspicion of attempted kidnapping and later taken to a hospital, where he was treated for cuts and bruises.
Rail| March 18, 2011

Bombardier launches e-mobility solution

PrimoveCity addresses the range and recharging constraints of electric vehicles and promises to reshape transportation by providing common technology for all forms of electric vehicles, including trams, buses, commercial vehicles, taxis and cars.
Accessibility| March 18, 2011

NTSB to change 'Most Wanted' program

The new Board Order stipulates that future lists would be limited to a maximum of 10 issue areas, each supported by recommendations, and that the formerly separate state and federal Most Wanted Lists be combined into a single, comprehensive list.
Bus| March 17, 2011

D.C. Airport Authority delays naming executive director

S.F. MTA chief Nathaniel Ford is rumored to be the leading candidate to become executive director of the airport authority.

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