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Feds deliver $80M in HSR grants to states

Rail| May 27, 2010
Funds will go toward high-speed rail service between Tampa and Orlando, Fla., San Francisco and Sacramento, Calif., Milwaukee and Madison, Wis., and rail service in New York and New Mexico.

Northeastern senators request emergency aid for transit

Rail| May 27, 2010
Proposed bill would provide $2 billion in assistance, reversing service cuts and layoffs in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Rail| May 27, 2010

Bombardier, Augsburg, Germany to conduct catenary-free pilot

Pilot project will enable Bombardier to demonstrate the technical capability and electromagnetic compatibility of the Primove solution in the urban environment.
Motorcoach| May 27, 2010

FMCSA names 8 to safety advisory committee

Established by Congress in 2006, the MCSAC is charged with providing information, advice and recommendations to the FMCSA on motor carrier safety programs and regulations.
Motorcoach| May 26, 2010

Shreveport, La. operator joins Trailways

Red River Trailways has five full-sized motorcoaches and a diversified business base that serves church groups, schools, conventions and sporting events.
Bus| May 25, 2010

Buffalo, N.Y. transit seeks input on efficiency plan

NFTA's plan would eliminate under-used routes and add buses to more popular routes. Pricing for fares and monthly passes would also change, in many cases reducing prices.
Rail| May 25, 2010

San Jose, Calif. to invest in pod cars

Mayor Chuck Reed is looking to this technology as a possible traffic solution at a price significantly cheaper than installing an Automated People Mover.
Rail| May 25, 2010

Long Island rail breaks ground on 'green' train wash facility

The project, which promises to create between 20 and 30 construction jobs, is being financed with federal stimulus funds through the Federal Transit Administration.
Rail| May 25, 2010

Chicago to equip all stations with cameras by May

After each station has at least one high-definition camera, additional cameras will be installed across the rail system beginning with the Loop stations and along the Brown and Red lines by this fall. All stations will have multiple cameras by the end of the year.
Bus| May 25, 2010

Vancouver: Olympics transit ridership numbers persist

Newly released numbers from Trans-Link show that commuters who rode transit during the 2010 Winter Olympics have stuck with it.

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