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ABA, OMCA hold first joint tour operator summit

Motorcoach| April 19, 2011
The Tour Operator Summit, held on March 30 and 31 in Verona, N.Y., featured educational seminars, business sessions, networking events, and a mini-trade show. Forty-five bus and tour operator and 77 tour supplier members of both organizations from both sides of the border attended the event.

Alstom to equip Italian high-speed rail

Rail| April 19, 2011
Will install a traffic management signal system connecting the Bologna-Florence and Bologna-Milan High Speed lines for approximately $40.7 million.
Bus| April 18, 2011

N.C.'s Wave Transit opens LEED-certified bus station

The new Forden station, a 9,000-square-foot indoor transfer facility, will serve approximately 1.5 million riders a year. The FTA contributed $600,000 in Recovery Act funds to the $5.3 million project.
Rail| April 18, 2011

Chicago transit honored for rail track renewal project

As part of the project, crews replaced nearly seven miles of running rail, contact rail and ties — including all wooden ties dating back to the 1950s — which were replaced with concrete.
Motorcoach| April 15, 2011

NTSB releases N.Y. coach crash investigation report

The preliminary factual report on the fatal motorcoach accident in New York City last month involving World Wide Travel may be accessed on the NTSB website. Analysis, conclusions and a determination of probable cause will come at a later date.
Bus| April 14, 2011

Detroit DOT bus drivers protest proposed state budget cuts

Eighty-two called in sick to participate in a "National Day of Protest" organized by the AFL-CIO and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
Rail| April 14, 2011

BART GM resigns

After nearly 19 years of service, Dorothy Dugger, the first female to lead the agency, will leave the position on April 22. Dugger and the BART board of directors reached a mutual agreement, whereby BART will pay her $958,000 for her resignation.
Accessibility| April 14, 2011

Oregon's TriMet budget calls for fare increase

There will be no service cuts for the first time in three years.
Accessibility| April 14, 2011

APTA: Public transit users save money, beat higher gas prices

The latest “Transit Savings Report” shows that, since gas prices have risen more than 30 cents a gallon in each of the last two months and nearly 80 cents since the beginning of the year, transit riders are able to reap the largest amount of savings in nearly three years.
Rail| April 14, 2011

AECOM to equip Edmonton light rail for $32.5M

The construction phase of the project is scheduled to be complete by December 2013 and service to commence in April 2014.

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