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Clemson U. expands demand-response service at night

University| August 30, 2010
Formerly known as the safety escort service, Tiger Transit will continue to be provided by the university Police Department's Auxiliary Student Patrol. Transportation to and from main campus destinations will be available between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.

GPS devices aid Miss. State commuters

University| August 30, 2010
Students can track University Transit vehicles along their routes using an Internet connection or smartphone. Automatic passenger counters will be added in October, allowing users to see shuttle capacities.
Motorcoach| August 27, 2010

Trailways holds first stockholder training seminar at MCI facility

The two-day event, held Aug. 3 and 4, offered sessions covering passenger safety, emergency preparedness, motorcoach maintenance, troubleshooting, best marketing practices and reviews of the Trailways tools that help stockholder companies reach their business goals.
Motorcoach| August 27, 2010

MCI’s Ziska named ‘Partner of the Year’ by coach group

The International Motor Coach Group honored Patricia Ziska, vice president and chief customer officer, with the 2010 Alliance Partner of the Year award. She was selected for demonstrating exceptional service and commitment to the industry, especially to IMG members.
Bus| August 27, 2010

Minn. Valley receives 2 Gillig BRT buses

Agency was awarded a CMAQ grant in 2009-2010 to fund these and eight additional vehicles to be delivered in 2011. The vehicles cost just more than $400,000 each.
Rail| August 26, 2010

Honolulu rail project on hold

Gov. Lingle is hesitant to make a decision until she receives the city's environmental impact statement and public comments are reviewed. Sen. Inouye, a big backer of the project, is requesting immediate action.
Rail| August 26, 2010

Denver RTD breaks ground on commuter rail project

The $1 billion East Corridor commuter rail line is part of the FasTracks Eagle P3 project, an innovative public-private partnership that also includes the Gold Line to Arvada and Wheat Ridge and a segment of the Northwest Rail Corridor to south Westminster.
Bus| August 26, 2010

SEPTA seeks $29.3M from feds for smart card system

Under the proposal, SEPTA would use the grant from the U.S. DOT's TIGER II program, along with $48M in SEPTA funding, to begin implementing the fare payment technology.
Accessibility| August 26, 2010

Pace, Omnitrans extend First Transit contracts

Both extensions call for company to continue providing paratransit services.
Bus| August 26, 2010

Chicago, transit advocacy group plan ‘Car-Free Day’

Active Transportation Alliance, the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra, Pace and Chicago RTA have teamed up to encourage people to get around on transit, by bike, or on foot on Sept. 22.

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