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DRI's Swedish subsidiary wins contract

Bus| June 3, 2011
The order is valued at approximately $550 thousand.

Calif.-based Metrolink's camera program to move forward

Rail| June 3, 2011
This state court challenge is separate from BLET's federal challenge which Metrolink won in the federal court on similar motions and which the BLET appealed to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Bus| June 3, 2011

Maine latest state to ban texting while driving

With the addition, 33 states, the District of Columbia and Guam have now banned text messaging by all drivers. Eight states, the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands have prohibited all hand-held cell phone use while driving.
Bus| June 2, 2011

S.F. Muni, operators reach tentative agreement

The deal must still be ratified by members of Transport Workers Union Local 250-A.
Motorcoach| June 2, 2011

N.C. coach co. got U.S. DOT appeal before crash

Feds reversed a decision to shut down Charlotte, N.C.-based Sky Express discount bus service this spring and instead granted the carrier a 10-day reprieve. Three days later, one of the company’s buses overturned, killing four people and injuring dozens.
Rail| June 2, 2011

Maryland MTA denies photography restrictions

Administrator Ralign T. Wells said that MTA officers were not properly representing agency policy earlier this year when they ordered two amateur photographers to stop taking pictures and video of light rail trains. He plans to apologize to the photographers. Meanwhile, the agency faces a possible ACLU lawsuit.
Bus| June 2, 2011

SORTA added to Google Transit

The agency re-numbered and re-named five routes to work better with the Google Transit trip planner, effective with the May 29 summer service change.
Rail| June 1, 2011

Alstom to supply, maintain Polish high-speed trains

The trainsets of seven cars each will be based on Alstom's standard New Pendolino platform. In line with the customer's specifications, they will not integrate the tilting system.
Bus| June 1, 2011

Texas' The T bans saggy pants on buses

The campaign began in August 2008, however, The T recently made the change to its dress code that gives bus drivers the authority to deny boarding to those in violation.
Motorcoach| June 1, 2011

ATU chief calls on Congress to address driver fatigue

Under the union's proposed reforms, drivers would get paid fairly for the work they put in above 40 hours per week, making them less inclined to work other jobs while pushing their bodies to the limit.

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