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Colo. mountain towns want transit link

Bus| July 19, 2010
Boulder County is surveying residents and has assembled a stakeholder group to look at the viability of various transit options.

Growing crowds on trains spur anti-'seat hog' groups

Rail| July 19, 2010
Riders on packed trains are becoming frustrated with fellow passengers who take up more than one seat and are voicing their complaints in online forums.
Rail| July 16, 2010

Bombardier joint venture wins Chinese high-speed trains contract

With this additional order, a total of 1,280 CRH1 cars have been ordered from Bombardier Sifang in China so far.
Bus| July 16, 2010

FTA awards $5M to Calif. intermodal center project

The project is envisioned to be a transportation hub that is functional, adaptable and flexible, according to representatives.
Rail| July 16, 2010

Long Island RR "Gap Rap" video targets platform gap safety

Other actions include installing more than 121,000 linear feet of one-inch platform edging board at LIRR stations to help reduce the horizontal gap.
Bus| July 15, 2010

Parking rates hold steady in 2010, rise expected in 2011

Highest U.S. commercial business district parking rates found in New York City, Boston and San Francisco. Rates are expected to trend upward in 2011, Colliers reports.
Bus| July 15, 2010

Buffalo bus driver saves 10 from fire

Immediately gets back behind the wheel to finish his route.
Rail| July 15, 2010

MBTA to spend $115M on new locomotives

Acquisition is a critical element in improving commuter rail performance and customer service. Fuel savings is one of several significant cost benefits the MBTA will realize with the addition of these new technology locomotives.
Rail| July 15, 2010

$105M Kansas rail project wins award

Wichita’s Central Rail Corridor, a joint effort of entities including the City of Wichita and the Kansas Department of Transportation, was recognized at the America’s Transportation Awards national competition.
Rail| July 15, 2010

NJ Transit to test ‘Quiet Commute’ cars

Will begin a 90-day pilot program on Sept. 7 in response to customer requests. Pilot will run weekdays on the first and last cars of Northeast Corridor express trains, selected for the trains’ relatively long trip times and consistently high ridership.

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