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Metrolink introduces collision-absorption railcars

Rail| December 8, 2010
Ten cars will be put into service immediately across the Metrolink System. As more cars are assembled, tested and approved for service, they will be used to augment Metrolink's current fleet.

Amtrak's next-gen high-speed service plan cuts Northeast Corridor travel time

Rail| December 7, 2010
Per an AECOM report, trains would operate at up to 220 miles per hour on a new, dedicated, two-track corridor with a trip time of just under three hours and 30 minutes between Washington and Boston, approximately half the current schedule.
Bus| December 7, 2010

Pittsburgh transit may receive $45M in temp funds

Gov. Ed Rendell proposed the funding to help the Port Authority of Allegheny County provide public transit service while it works out a funding crisis. The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission will vote on the proposal later this month.
Rail| December 7, 2010

Alstom, Bombardier sign Chinese rail agreements

Both agreements, signed with China's Ministry of Railways, are aimed at strengthening their strategic partnership in the development of various products and systems, including rolling stock and signaling solutions applied in mainline and regional railways for the market in China and internationally.
Motorcoach| December 7, 2010

Setra holds European Young Bus Operators forum

The overriding topic at the meeting, the eleventh to date, was the "change of generations." Along with lectures by experts, workshops and information of current interest from the bus sector, the agenda included a visit to the Willax bus company in Vilseck, Germany.
Bus| December 6, 2010

Campaign to prevent Pierce Transit cuts adds ally

The Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce, Pierce County's largest business group, joins civic, education, labor and community leaders across the county in the effort to avoid a drastic 35 percent reduction in Pierce Transit services.
Rail| December 6, 2010

N.C.’s LYNX may cut $200M from Blue Line

The Charlotte Area Transit System’s planned light rail extension could cost as much as $1.1 billion. Officials are looking at cutting stations, amenities and three-car platforms.
Bus| December 6, 2010

Florida county launches first transit system

Santa Rosa Transit, a year-long pilot program, features 28 stops at various shopping centers and government buildings. Santa Rosa County received $78,000 in U.S. DOT funding and allocated $33,140 for the program.
Bus| December 6, 2010

Calif.’s Big Blue Bus honored for eco-maintenance facility

The $60M, 66,000 square-foot maintenance facility enables mechanics to service every type of alternative fueled vehicle, and features 600 roof-mounted photovoltaic panels, minimum energy water heaters to help reduce operating costs, and an urban runoff system to filter storm water.
Bus| December 6, 2010

Authorized Transmission Remfg. moves to expanded facility

The plant has an enclosed cleaning/processing department, sound-proof dyno testing area, large remanufacturing area for cellular and rebuilder work stations, employee and customer training room, and a large parts department and warehousing for its product line.

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