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Study: Greater investment could revive U.S.' leadership in world rail industry

Rail| October 21, 2010
Case studies of Germany, Spain, Japan and China illuminate a set of common principles that those countries have used to nurture and grow some of the largest, most successful railroad manufacturing companies in the world.

N.C. transit bus drivers complain about lack of breaks

Bus| October 21, 2010
High-seniority Chapel Hill Transit drivers said that their issues with a lack of sufficient time to take restroom and lunch breaks have not been adequately answered. Transit director says drivers are able to stop along the route at the authorized restroom stops.
Bus| October 21, 2010

Thermo King event highlights efficiency, sustainability

The event showcased company's products, with a focus on meeting new industry regulations, operational efficiency and sustainability. Key end users shared their experiences and attendees toured the company's research center.
Rail| October 21, 2010

FHWA reviews Conn. Amtrak bridge project

The project is reconstructing and lengthening the existing Amtrak Bridge, so that more highway lanes and sidewalks can be added to U.S. Route 1, which runs beneath the rail bridge in Branford. The project will help meet the demand of heavy traffic.
Bus| October 21, 2010

Federal partnership to support more sustainable communities

Over the past year, HUD, DOT and EPA have worked together to promote better outcomes for communities and more effective federal investments through better targeted federal resources, removal of existing federal regulatory and policy barriers to smart and sustainable development, as well as aligned agency priorities that will ensure lasting collaboration.
Motorcoach| October 21, 2010

Nominate Innovative Motorcoach Operators Now!

METRO Magazine wants to hear from you. Drop us a line now at [email protected] to be included in our annual Innovative Motorcoach Operators feature in the January 2011 issue.
Motorcoach| October 20, 2010

Passengers in Utah tour bus crash file lawsuit

Kei and Mai Maeda’s civil claims in response to the Aug. 9 motorcoach crash near Cedar City, Utah, are the first and possibly the only that will be filed, since other Japanese tourists left the U.S. unaware of their legal rights. The lawsuit claims the driver smoked pot for three hours the night before and had to sustain himself on energy drinks and nicotine gum while driving.
Bus| October 20, 2010

Fairfax County bans smoking in bus shelters

Violators will be fined up to $25 under the ban, which takes effect Dec. 1.
Bus| October 20, 2010

San Diego area transit cuts discount passes for rehab riders

North County Transit District riders enrolled in drug and alcohol treatment programs will now pay $59 instead of $18 for a monthly bus pass. The district had trouble verifying that discount applicants were enrolled in a valid treatment program.
Bus| October 20, 2010

Ohio transit agencies to receive $150M in state funds

In 2012 and 2013, RTA will also receive the annual $5.4 million in operational funding. ODOT made the monetary determination by the size and needs of the state agencies, of which Greater Cleveland RTA is the largest beneficiary.

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