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San Jose, Calif. to invest in pod cars

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

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

Rail| May 25, 2010
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.
Bus| May 25, 2010

Kansas becomes 26th state to ban texting

Drivers caught texting will receive warnings until January 1, 2011, after which law enforcement will issue $60 fines for violations. Because it is a primary law, police officers can stop motorists suspected of this offense alone.
Bus| May 25, 2010

Cubic to manage, operate D.C. Metro customer service center

Services will begin in July and include operation of the patron call center where cardholders can call or email to register their smart card, receive account information, retrieve lost passwords for online ordering and more.
Bus| May 25, 2010

N.Y. bus drivers average 3 months paid leave for being spat upon

Statistics have been deemed "troubling" as the MTA is facing a $400M budget shortfall.
Bus| May 25, 2010

Metro St. Louis approves $232.4M 2011 budget

The budget also includes funds to restore transit services cut in 2009 and freezes on salaries and hiring.
Bus| May 25, 2010

San Antonio holds hearings on BRT

VIA Metropolitan Transit's project, its largest to date, plans for the use of "green" vehicles equipped with wireless Internet for passengers.
Bus| May 25, 2010

Minnesota Valley demos Xcelsior bus

Will operate on a variety of routes from June 3-11, ensuring that passengers, drivers and maintenance personnel have the opportunity to provide comments about the bus.

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