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Prevost delivers H3-45 coaches to Fla.

Motorcoach| November 22, 2010
Matt Brown, operations manager, explains that much of Astro Travel & Tours' business comes from school groups and sports teams, "especially Florida State University, right in our hometown, and the many other colleges whose athletes come to Tallahassee to play the Seminoles."

Bombardier to supply 51 Talent 2 trains to Germany

Rail| November 22, 2010
Thirty-six new three-car and 15 four-car Talent 2 suburban trains will enter service beginning December 2013 in and around Leipzig on the "Mitteldeutsche S-Bahn" network.
Motorcoach| November 19, 2010

Megabus expands New York service

Riders can now travel from New York to Hartford, Conn., and Amherst, Mass., for as low as $1. To celebrate the expansion, megabus.com is offering 1,000 free seats for travel Dec. 15 through Jan. 15.
Rail| November 19, 2010

BART: Not enough fare cheats to fix smart cards

Agency officials claim that the number of fare evaders is still too small to justify making the necessary changes to the smart card. BART and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission are monitoring the problem and will make changes if abuse increases.
Rail| November 19, 2010

Metrolink to buy 20 more Hyundai Rotem railcars

The action, when added to the initial purchase of the new cars, amounts to 137 of the nation's safest railcars being deployed on Metrolink's system, starting with the first 10 next month.
Motorcoach| November 19, 2010

N.C.-based Trolley's Inc. buys Sunway Charters

Sunway, which had been in business for more than 30 years, had planned to close in December after founder Nelson Jackson died earlier this year and no buyers expressed interest in the company.
Rail| November 19, 2010

Pittsburgh transit must make cuts

Authority officials are dismayed at the lack of public outcry and warn that drivers will feel the impact of the cuts when there are 5,000 to 10,000 more vehicles on the road.
Rail| November 19, 2010

FRA releases $50M for positive train control

Awards vary in size and scope ranging from $500,000 to $2M , and include private corporations, academic institutions and public authorities. Recipients include Southern California Regional Rail Authority, Amtrak and New York Metropolitan Transit Authority.
Rail| November 18, 2010

Alstom consortium to supply Spanish traction substations

The Madrid-Levante very high-speed line will link the cities of Madrid, Cuenca, Albacete, Valencia, Alicante, Castellon and Murcia. When the first section of approximately 272 miles enters commercial operation by the end of 2010, the Spanish very high-speed network will represent the longest network in Europe.
Bus| November 18, 2010

Report: Cleaner mass transit focus will spur alt-fuel's growth

Worldwide deliveries of hybrid buses is forecast to nearly triple from 5,514 vehicles in 2010 to 16,328 units in 2016. During the same period, natural gas bus deliveries will increase 61 percent to 15,937 vehicles.

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