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So. Cal advocates head to D.C. to talk infrastructure investment

Bus| February 16, 2011
Trip participants will be armed with suggestions to maximize existing dollars, expedite project delivery and maintain the U.S.' global competitiveness, all without major impacts to the federal budget's bottom line, according to Mobility 21 members.

UTA to use Twitter to chat about fare hike plans

Bus| February 16, 2011
GM Michael Allegra will discuss plans to increase the base rate by 50 cents over the next three years, which is needed to cover the agency's operating expenses.
Rail| February 16, 2011

Amtrak, Caltrans open new L.A. to San Diego line

New service will cut the travel time for the trip by 15 minutes to 20 minutes.
Bus| February 16, 2011

Congress: Cut red tape in highway, transit project process

The Highways and Transit Subcommittee Chairman made comments during hearing focused on the need for improvements to the laws and regulations governing project delivery to accelerate the process and save taxpayers' money.
Rail| February 16, 2011

Florida Gov. turns down high-speed rail funds

Stating that cost overruns related to plans for a high-speed rail line between Tampa and Orlando could up taxes for Florida residents by $3 billion, Gov. Rick Scott rejected $2 billion in federal funds.
Accessibility| February 16, 2011

Report: Rural access to intercity transportation declines

About 3.5 million rural residents lost access to scheduled intercity transportation between 2005 and 2010.
Bus| February 15, 2011

Obama budget proposes $3.2 billion for transit infrastructure

Funding for 28 transit construction projects across the U.S. will increase mobility, reduce energy consumption and curb air pollution.
Accessibility| February 15, 2011

Kitsap Transit may contract out bus driver jobs

The agency is citing terms of labor agreements that allow it to contract out bus driving on some routes to keep costs down. The operators’ union argues that the agreement does not give the agency that right.
Motorcoach| February 15, 2011

Trailways adds Ohio-based charter company

Precious Cargo — a name that stems from the company’s commitment to safety first for its core business of transporting school children — began in 1993 with a fleet of school buses, and added equipment over the years to its current 25 vehicles, including nine full-size coaches and 13 school buses.
Motorcoach| February 15, 2011

ROUSH CleanTech to equip A-Z Bus Sales

The independent bus dealer will be the first to be licensed to purchase and install the ROUSH CleanTech liquid propane autogas fuel system on newer model year buses and trucks, including Ford E-series vans and Ford E-350 and E-450 cutaway chassis.

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