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FTA: Houston Metro violated 'Buy America' requirements, procurement laws

Rail| September 8, 2010
In a letter hand-delivered to Metro's newly appointed leadership, Board Chairman Gilbert Garcias and Acting President/CEO George Greanias, Rogoff wrote, "The results of the investigation are both alarming and disturbing."

San Francisco reconsiders banning guns in transit ads

Bus| September 8, 2010
The city recently suspended a policy banning firearms in advertisements on public transportation. The poster promotes the 25th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference in Burlingame, south of San Francisco.
Sustainability| September 8, 2010

Clean Energy completes IMW acquisition

IMW manufactures and services advanced natural gas fueling compressors and related equipment that is sold to station operators and commercial fleets and has provided more than 1,000 installations in over 20 countries.
Accessibility| September 8, 2010

First Transit to manage Durham, N.C. fixed-route

First Transit also operates and manages the city's paratransit service with 54-vehicles, transporting more than 252,000 passengers annually.
Motorcoach| September 7, 2010

Coach driver takes on traffic to stay active in retirement

Motorcoach driver Joe Fimple drove a tractor-trailer for a beverage company for 30 years before he started working for C&J bus services based in Portsmouth, N.H..
Bus| September 7, 2010

Foton 40-foot CNG bus reaches Altoona center

As it enters the new model bus testing program, the vehicle will undergo rigorous performance evaluations in the areas of maintainability, reliability, safety, performance, structural integrity and durability, fuel economy, noise, emissions testing and brake testing.
Bus| September 7, 2010

N.Y.'s CDTA celebrates 40 years with 40-cent fares

Agency will roll back to its original fare on Sept. 16. CDTA has served more than half a billion customers on its regular route system since it started in 1970.
Rail| September 7, 2010

London rail workers call 24-hour strike

The London Chamber of Commerce estimates each day the underground is shut will cost the capital's economy $73.7 million.
Rail| September 7, 2010

Obama calls for $50B in infrastructure spending

The plan amounted to roughly half of what was allocated to infrastructure in last year's stimulus package. Officials said the proposal project would build on the work already begun.
Motorcoach| September 7, 2010

ABA unveils 2011 ‘Top 100 Events’

List highlights the top fairs, festivals, parades, exhibits, theater and shows across North America. While the Top 100 Events are not ranked, ABA does highlight both the Top U.S. and Top Canadian Events for each year.

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