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Alstom renovates trains for Hungary Metro

Rail| June 2, 2010
The first renovated train set is scheduled to come into commercial service in November, 2010. Mass renovation of the train sets will begin in June 2010 and is scheduled to be completed by March 2012.

NYC subway map gets redesign

Rail| June 2, 2010
Enhanced colors and altered scale helps make routes easier to decipher.
Rail| June 2, 2010

Surveillance system exec. to speak at APTA Rail Conference

Will address innovative technologies and strategies for protecting rail infrastructure, the public and employees.
Accessibility| June 2, 2010

Vermont becomes the 27th state to ban texting while driving

The new law, effective June 1, imposes a $100 penalty for the first violation and a $250 penalty for repeat violations that occur within a two-year period. In addition, the law — which prohibits all cell phone use for drivers up to age 18 — imposes special penalties for such drivers if they are caught texting.
Bus| June 2, 2010

junaio to integrate TriMet transit data

Available free of charge on the iPhone 3GS and coming soon to Android devices, junaio 2.0 features the TriMet channel to give riders easy and instant access to complete transit information on nearby stops by simply pointing their phone around them.
Bus| June 1, 2010

Houston Metro terminates superintendent for falsifying records

A review is under way across Metro to determine if the infractions are isolated to one garage or are more widespread.
Motorcoach| June 1, 2010

Indy 500 winner uses motorcoach as home away from home

Dario Franchitti's spacious vehicle is equipped with three flat screen TVs, a washer/dryer system and a master suite with private bath.
Bus| June 1, 2010

Toronto to remove shelters for G20 Summit

Overall, 1,000 pieces of street furniture will be removed for the purpose of "ensuring a safe G20 experience for everyone" during the summit.
Bus| June 1, 2010

Calgary police searching for 2nd 'joyrider'

Surveillance cameras on the bus recorded two men in the act, one laughing as he drove the bus, hitting at least two parked cars during a half-hour joyride.
Rail| June 1, 2010

Caterpillar unit to buy Electro-Motive Diesel

With 2009 revenues of $1.8 billion, company has the largest installed base of diesel-electric locomotives in the world and offers extensive range of locomotive products.

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