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Chicago bus driver models good customer service

Bus| December 14, 2010
Part-time bus driver, Darlene Coleman, on the job less than two-and-a-half years, brightens the day of her passengers with her "big personality."

Bombardier receives Israeli double-deck coach order

Rail| December 14, 2010
The vehicles will be manufactured at Bombardier Transportation’s Görlitz facility in Germany and in Israel.
Bus| December 14, 2010

Nevada's RTC opens facility, launches service

The new facility features more than 140 parking spaces, eight bus bays, and a 1,600 square-foot, climate-controlled transit center for passengers awaiting vehicles. Parking at the facility is free for transit riders and carpool partners.
Bus| December 14, 2010

Cleveland RTA cracks down on kids skipping fares

Agency plans to issue $50 tickets to fare jumping minors and their parents as of February 1. Transit police will meet with community members to brainstorm ideas for getting the word out to youths.
Rail| December 14, 2010

Alstom’s high-speed trains enter service on Helsinki-St. Petersburg line

The four Pendolino trains, ordered by Karelian Trains, with a commercial speed of up to 137 mph, now link the two cities in three and a half hours, compared to the previous five-and-a-half hours.
Accessibility| December 14, 2010

Study: Increasing competition among transportation modes could cut oil consumption

The report analyzed the specific effect on oil demand from telecommuting, bus rapid transit, transit competition, improved transportation technology, vouchers and other policies. The group also recommended implementation strategies to maximize oil savings.
Motorcoach| December 14, 2010

FMCSA launches bus, truck accountability program

The centerpiece of the program is the Safety Measurement System, which will analyze all safety-based violations from inspections and crash data to determine a commercial motor carrier's on-road performance. The new safety program will allow FMCSA to reach more carriers earlier and deploy a range of corrective interventions to address a carrier's specific safety problems.
Rail| December 14, 2010

American Railcar will invest in leasing plan

ARI is currently in negotiations with American Railcar Leasing LLC (ARL), an affiliate, to enter into an agreement pursuant to which ARL would identify potential leasing customers for ARI in exchange for fees payable by ARI to ARL.
Accessibility| December 14, 2010

Commuter benefit extension passes Senate

The House still has to approve a companion bill before President Obama can sign the $848 billion tax cut package, along with the commuter tax break, into law.
Rail| December 14, 2010

NJ Transit wants to reappropriate $75M in tunnel money

Agency would like money to pay for multi-level railcars already on order.

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