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MTA's Wells striving to change 'culture'

Bus| June 15, 2010
During a public meeting, Wells outlined a series of steps he has taken or plans to take since being appointed last year.

Allegheny officials: Freezing, cutting salaries no solution

Bus| June 15, 2010
On Tuesday, the authority's board will discuss service cuts, fare increases and layoffs that could fill a $50.6 million gap in next year's budget caused by rising personnel costs and falling state assistance.
Bus| June 15, 2010

MCI delivers to Va., Calif., Quebec

Transit agencies added Commuter Coaches and J4500s to accommodate expanding transit service areas.
Bus| June 15, 2010

The Rapid board to vote on master plan

A new transit master plan for Grand Rapids, Mich., looks 20 years into the future for The Rapid's expansion plans. Proposals include BRT and streetcars downtown.
Rail| June 15, 2010

Fla. mayor to focus last year in office on light rail

Tampa, Fla.'s Mayor Pam Iorio plans to spend her last year in office supporting a measure to fund light rail in Hillsborough County with a 1-cent sales tax.
Bus| June 15, 2010

Schuyler County, N.Y., plans bus system

Schuyler County Transit, consisting of an 18-bus fleet, would be operated by a local non-profit organization aimed at the needs of disabled residents.
Bus| June 15, 2010

FTA tabs $450,000 for Cape Cod transit improvements

A grant for $250,000 to Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority will be used to purchase vans equipped with trailers to transport riders and their bikes throughout the park.
Bus| June 14, 2010

Apollo Video to equip Grand Rapids, Mich. fleet

Company to provide 126 video surveillance systems and back-end management software for The Rapid.
Rail| June 14, 2010

PB awarded Singapore train depot contract

The Tuas Depot will have the capacity to stable as well as maintain and overhaul 60 six-car train sets, along with sufficient numbers of maintenance locomotives, maintenance wagons and specialist permanent way vehicles.
Bus| June 14, 2010

Iowa university, transit ops to add NextBus technology

WebTech Wireless will equip the University of Iowa, Iowa City Transit and Coralville Transit per five-year contracts with a total value of $700,000.

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