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Milwaukee transit route to link campuses to downtown

University| May 12, 2010
The Milwaukee County Transit System is seeking board permission to create a route connecting Milwaukee Area Technical College campuses to downtown. It would be the first new county bus route in four years.

Students, rail supporters criticize U of Md.'s plan

Rail| May 12, 2010
The university is considering closing Campus Drive to all but pedestrians, bicyclists, campus shuttles, emergency vehicles and university service vehicles from June 19 to Aug. 15 as a test of longer-term plans to create a "traffic-free, pedestrian-friendly zone."
University| May 12, 2010

Georgetown students vote to fund weekend shuttle

The move to allocate additional money to the account that funds the shuttle was hotly debated among student association members. Members voted to add $5,000 to the rapidly shrinking account.
Bus| May 12, 2010

U of Vt. may end late night bus service

A late night bus intended to safely transport students to their dorms may soon be canceled because many students are getting on the bus drunk, looking for a ride to continue partying, administrators say.
Bus| May 11, 2010

Fare hikes won’t solve L.A. transit woes

Los Angeles Times columnist notes that the Southern California transit agencies raising fares this summer need to do more to entice riders to use public transit.
Rail| May 11, 2010

N.Y. Mayor looks to London’s transit cameras

Bloomberg wants to ramp up New York’s train security camera system to replicate the one used in London’s underground train system.
Rail| May 11, 2010

LaHood rides Japanese Maglev

The ride was part of Tokyo's pitch for billions of dollars in high-speed train contracts from the U.S.
Rail| May 11, 2010

L.A. Metro to survey bicyclists

The bicycle counts and surveys will be conducted at 20 locations throughout the Metro Rail system. Locations will not be disclosed in advance in order to preserve survey integrity.
Rail| May 11, 2010

AECOM acquires Spanish firm

INOCSA also has offices in Romania and Bosnia and a total of approximately 550 employees providing services to public and private clients. Its services include architecture, design, engineering, program management and urban planning.
Rail| May 11, 2010

Alstom to supply trains to Sweden

Stockholm Public Transport placed a $129.5 million order for 12 new Coradia Nordic suburban trains. The trains feature six articulated carriages, travel at speeds of up to 99 mph, and offer enhanced accessibility, made possible by lower floors and the absence of steps.

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