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Amtrak sets ridership mark in FY2010

Rail| October 11, 2010
A year-over-year comparison of FY 2010 to FY 2009 shows total Amtrak ridership grew 5.7 percent, or about 1.55 million passengers, and all Amtrak business lines experienced growth including the Northeast Corridor (up 4.3 percent), long-distance trains (up 6.6 percent), and state-supported and other short-distance routes (up 6.5 percent).

Obama calls for $50B transportation investment

Bus| October 11, 2010
The president said that his six-year, $50 billion initiative would not only repair and modernize U.S. roads, rails and air systems, but also create jobs.
Rail| October 11, 2010

German Bombardier plant resumes production

Ninety-nine percent of the facility has now been cleaned and the infrastructure has been restored, with production resuming at the Bautzen site in September. Since then, welding production has gradually increased. Other sections will follow within the next weeks. Full production readiness is expected to be achieved by the end of the year.
University| October 11, 2010

U. of Delaware partners with Zipcar

Rates start as low as $8 per hour and $66 per day. Gas, 180 miles per day, insurance, reserved parking spots and roadside assistance are included in the hourly and daily rates.
University| October 11, 2010

Web Extra: LSU unveils iPhone bus tracking app for on-demand service

The Transloc application recently added route information for Campus Transit to its fixed-route tracking system.
University| October 11, 2010

U. of Minn. wins local Transit System of the Year award

First Transit has operated the campus shuttle since 2007. More than 3.8 million passengers ride the shuttle annually.
Bus| October 11, 2010

N.C. university receives honors for transportation options

With choices ranging from on-campus car sharing services to fare-free public transportation, more and more Spartans are choosing to try alternative means of getting to and from campus.
University| October 11, 2010

Wesleyan shuttles get GPS after student criticism

Officials hope GPS will help make van shuttle more efficient. Students complained of long wait times and unpredictable service.
Sustainability| October 11, 2010

U. of Va. adds online carpool finder

The university selected NuRide to implement the carpooling site after hearing increased interest in carpooling from students and faculty.
University| October 11, 2010

Vancouver students selling bus passes online

Students are selling their subsidized bus passes on such sites as Craigslist to buyers with a slight resemblance to the photo on the pass.

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