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Recommendation for first leg of Calif. HSR made

Rail| November 30, 2010
Spanning about 65 miles, the segment would start near Madera, include the construction of two new stations and continue south to Corcoran.

APTA: Commuter benefit cut burdens middle class

Bus| November 30, 2010
A demographic survey of riders shows that 70 percent of those who rely on public transit have household incomes ranging from $15,000 to $99,000 a year. William Millar, president, calls for public transit riders to tell Congress to support the commuter transit benefit in any tax proposal passed before the end of the year.
Rail| November 30, 2010

Kinkisharyo to debut hybrid streetcar in N.C.

The 100 percent low-floor, dual-powered LFX-300 will be unveiled in Charlotte, N.C. in January, 2011. The vehicle will also debut in other U.S. cities in the coming months.
Bus| November 29, 2010

Minn.'s Metro transit union balks at cell phone policy

The clash stems from two recent incidents, which ended up in arbitration following the disciplining of drivers.
Bus| November 29, 2010

AECOM completes RSW acquisition

RSW is a 550-employee service provider to clients in key end markets, including hydro power and transmission and distribution, which will bolster the company's already strong portfolio of services, particularly in its global energy business.
Rail| November 29, 2010

Amtrak California updates Website

The travel-friendly Website is loaded with features including an enhanced station directory using powerful search technology capabilities and an interactive map to locate train stations near specified destinations.
Bus| November 29, 2010

CT Transit dedicates ops, maintenance facility

In addition to the impressive facility, the New Haven community will soon benefit from new buses in the fleet. The Governor and DOT officials proudly unveiled the first of 12 "bendy buses" during the dedication ceremony.
University| November 29, 2010

Caltech honored for ridesharing program

The California Institute of Technology’s commuter programs received the Blue Diamond Award from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Every year, the award is given to a leader in ridesharing.
University| November 29, 2010

Florida college students call for unlimited bus service

Gainesville-based Santa Fe College student government members are requesting to be able to pay a fee to have unlimited bus service to campus.
University| November 29, 2010

Northern Calif. college to use student IDs for bus passes

Shasta College and the Redding Area Bus Authority plan to start a pilot program during the spring semester allowing students to use identification cards to ride the bus system for free.

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