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Bombardier to supply signaling to London Underground

Rail| June 14, 2011
The contract is valued at approximately $577 million. Bombardier will equip 192 miles of track line (25 miles in tunnels), 113 stations, 191 trainsets, 49 engineering trains and six heritage trains by 2018, using its communication-based train control technology, CITYFLO 650.

Nova wins 328 NYC Transit artic order

Bus| June 14, 2011
Following the successful introduction of a 90-vehicle test fleet in 2009-2010, this contract will enable Nova Bus to continue its growth in North America.
Bus| June 13, 2011

APTA: Public transit user saves $10,074 on average

Monthly Transit Savings Report examines how an individual in a two-person household can save money by taking public transportation and living with one less car.
Bus| June 13, 2011

Venture firm invests $30M in Proterra

Proterra's 35-foot EcoRide BE35 bus, in daily service at Calif.-based Foothill Transit since last September, will be rolling out to VIA Transit in San Antonio and Tallahassee StarMetro in Florida later this year.
Bus| June 13, 2011

First Transit-managed Estuary Transit wins award

This award is given each year to the transportation agency that provides service in an urban area with a population of less than 50,000.
Motorcoach| June 13, 2011

FMCSA orders two more coach operators to cease operations

Agency has placed four operators out of service in last 10 days.
Sustainability| June 13, 2011

Arizona State pushes sustainable transportation choices

In addition to ASU's fleet of intercampus shuttles, other options include the Valley Metro light rail and bus system, car sharing and carpooling programs.
Bus| June 13, 2011

Wash. bus fleet feels strain of student ridership

As more Washington State University students ride the bus, Pullman Transit has had to use supplemental buses to alleviate congestion and reliability problems.
University| June 13, 2011

Web Extra: Are universities cutting summer transit services?

With many universities around the nation providing transportation to its students, faculty and staff, the summer break poses an interesting dilemma since there are significantly fewer people on campus. However, there is still a need for summer transportation and late night services, which could be costly to provide for universities and local transit agencies.
Bus| June 13, 2011

Colo. U. – Boulder bus pass fees to increase 10 percent

Next year, students will pay $156 for unlimited bus passes. Prices are going up because of Denver Regional Transit District’s $18 million deficit.

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