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U. of Oregon seeking ways to fund public transit

Bus| November 29, 2010
Students make new proposal following Athletics and Contracts Finance Committee proposed taking Lane Transit District bus service off of its budget.

D.C. university campuses selling Metro fare cards

University| November 29, 2010
American University and the University of Maryland have partnered with the agency to enable students to purchase and add value to SmarTrip fare cards on campus. Earlier this year, the University of Maryland purchased 5,000 SmarTrip cards for distribution to incoming freshman students.
University| November 29, 2010

Cincinnati State, SORTA offer students $1 rides

The discount card program, which is subsidized by the college, is intended to lessen traffic congestion, free up valuable parking on and near campus, and reduce transportation costs for students.
Rail| November 24, 2010

Siemens to supply Germany, Thailand with railcars

Munich City Utilities has placed an order for 21 new C2 type underground trains worth about $247M. Bangkok Mass Transit System Public Co. Ltd. has placed a $56M order for 35 trailer cars for the Thai capital’s elevated rapid transit system, BTS Skytrain.
Rail| November 24, 2010

Alstom to supply $30M signaling system to China

Per the contract, Alstom is in charge of providing equipment and services of ATC subsystem, which is the core of Alstom’s Urbalis solution. Project teams from Alstom and CASCO will execute the project.
Bus| November 23, 2010

Study: Transportation options could reduce oil dependency

At a time when national transportation infrastructure policy is up for revision and improvement, the 19-member coalition also believes policy makers must take a fresh look at transportation.
Sustainability| November 23, 2010

Allison to sponsor 'Technology Day' at Indy Speedway

Event will highlight innovative renewable technologies by some of the brightest young minds in America. Competitions will challenge university students to build and race plug-in hybrid vehicles, solar-powered cars and compete in an electric-powered kart race.
Bus| November 23, 2010

MVTA launches 'Driver Assist System'

The system provides a high-accuracy GPS-based position of the bus within the authorized shoulders and gives feedback to drivers through physical and visual enhancements.
Bus| November 23, 2010

Cameras step up NYC bus-only lane enforcement

The cameras snap photographs of offending vehicles' license plates, just as existing red-light cameras do; then a ticket is mailed to the owner's address.
Accessibility| November 23, 2010

Web Extra: Charleston, S.C. senior transportation service turns 4

ITNCharlestonTrident is a membership program that provides transportation to senior citizens 65 and over and visually disabled persons over 21 years of age in the Greater North Charleston, Charleston and Mount Pleasant areas, as well as some other outlying areas.

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