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Vice President Biden honored for supporting rail

Rail| March 21, 2011
Following a nearly two-year, $37.7 million renovation, the Wilmington Amtrak station was rededicated and renamed in honor of the Vice President, a long-time rail commuter.

D.C. Metro to attract more bike-to-rail commuters

Rail| March 21, 2011
In a move to curb parking space construction, the agency’s long-range planners have begun an initiative to quintuple the number of cyclists taking public transit.
Rail| March 21, 2011

Obama signs extension to fund federal operations

The resolution cuts another $6 billion in federal spending from FY 2010 enacted levels. Among the $6 billion in reductions is the elimination of funding for FY 2011 for the FRA program that provides grant money for railroad operators to implement Positive Train Control.
Motorcoach| March 21, 2011

N.Y. sting operation pulls 14 coaches off the road

All buses that were pulled over by state transportation investigators and law enforcement were ordered off the road. One major reason was the lack of an updated hours of service log book.
Accessibility| March 21, 2011

Denver RTD chooses Init ITS

Installation of the new system will support RTD's daily operations by providing powerful tools to help track and monitor the location of vehicles within their multi-modal network.
Bus| March 21, 2011

SFMTA board member dies

Cameron Beach, principal of Beach Consulting — a San Francisco-based consulting firm — joined the SFMTA's board in March 2007.
Bus| March 21, 2011

DART police to take over rail maintenance facility

Opened in 1914, the building has long been recognized as a historic treasure, but efforts to redevelop it for retail or other transit-oriented uses were unsuccessful, and the maintenance facility for the former Texas Interurban Railway has sat vacant for years.
Bus| March 21, 2011

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

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.
Motorcoach| March 18, 2011

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

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.

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