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B.C. Transit policy pits strollers vs. wheelchairs

Bus| July 8, 2010
Wheelchairs are supposed to take precedence, but riders and disability advocates point to problems with enforcement. Agency public relations department responded that compliance is up to the customer.

APTA: PT riders save $9,343 on average annually

Accessibility| July 8, 2010
"The Transit Savings Report" released monthly by the APTA calculates the average annual and monthly savings for public transit users.
Bus| July 8, 2010

BoltBus carries 3 millionth customer

Service launched in March 2008 with a fleet of new motorcoaches that feature extra legroom, power outlets and free Wi-Fi service.
Bus| July 8, 2010

Chicago Transit to receive $35M for bus projects

One of the projects is a new form of express bus service that will operate as a downtown circulator to move commuters quickly on designated bus-priority lanes.
Rail| July 7, 2010

Winnipeg committee backs light rail

The recommendation will be forwarded to council for a final vote. If approved, the EPC suggested a Public-Private Partnership to fund the project.
Rail| July 7, 2010

Amtrak's Downeaster receives $35M in ARRA funds

Construction on the project is expected to begin as early as July 6, 2010, and will continue over the next 28 months. The expanded service is expected to increase ridership, improve connectivity and balance passenger flow.
Bus| July 7, 2010

Clean Energy to acquire IMW Industries

The earn-out arrangement will pay IMW's shareholders certain percentages of future gross profits earned by IMW over the next four years assuming the gross profit exceeds certain minimum thresholds and up to a maximum of $40 million in the aggregate.
Motorcoach| July 6, 2010

ABA partners with online tour site to promote members

ABA is the featured provider of content on a dedicated Web page that helps consumers find reliable motorcoach operators in the U.S. and Canada.
Rail| July 6, 2010

10 states required to improve highway-rail grade crossing safety

Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Ohio and Texas required to identify specific solutions for improving safety at crossings, including highway-rail grade crossing closures or grade separations, and must focus on crossings that have experienced multiple accidents or are at high risk for such accidents.
Rail| July 6, 2010

FRA offering $50K grant for train crew study

Study to focus on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Acute Distress Disorder, conditions frequently suffered by train crews after being involved in collisions at highway-rail grade crossings or trespass incidents involving pedestrians.

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