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Teens seek better relations with MBTA police

Bus| May 18, 2010
After a survey conducted by a community organization shows tension between teens and MBTA transit police officers, the organization asked the Transit Police to create an officer-youth advisory board and institute regular, mandatory training workshops for officers.

Bombardier Olympic Line receives CUTA achievement award

Rail| May 18, 2010
Two low-floor Bombardier Flexity streetcars, carried over 550,000 passengers, and made over 13,000 one-way trips with zero equipment failures, zero station delays and zero injuries, according to company officials.
Bus| May 18, 2010

First Vehicle Services wins Texas contract

The three-year contract begins May 22 and will provide vehicle and equipment maintenance, parts procurement and inventory management for 44 vehicles responsible for transporting more than 1.6 million passengers a year.
Rail| May 18, 2010

SORTA to become streetcar partner

Operates Metro and Access non-profit, tax-funded public transit services, providing about 19 million rides per year in Greater Cincinnati.
Management & Operations| May 18, 2010

DBE workshops launch in Denver

Focused on the construction of two light-rail commuter lines planned by Colorado DOT and the RTA. The combined projects, estimated to cost $2.4 billion, will provide 33.3 miles of new light rail.
Rail| May 18, 2010

Feds seek input on National Rail Plan vision

In addition to the outreach events, FRA is accepting written comments from interested individuals and organizations through a public docket that has been created for that purpose.
Rail| May 18, 2010

Skanska awarded $52M tunnel contract

The Palisades Tunnel is part of the new Trans-Hudson Express Project, which will double NJ Transit rail capacity between New Jersey and New York.
Rail| May 18, 2010

TriMet breaks ground on new MAX light rail station

The station will cost $3 million, with funding provided from Metro and the FTA. The city of Gresham will contribute $600,000 for a future plaza adjacent to the MAX station.
Bus| May 17, 2010

FTA awards $1.6M grant to Pa. system for buses

Funds will buy four 35-foot low-floor, heavy-duty, accessible, clean-burning diesel buses to replace four diesel buses that have exceeded their useful lives.
Rail| May 17, 2010

Alstom launches tramway tests in Algeria

Turnkey project contract includes the production of 41 Citadis tramways and the construction of a 14-mile line with 38 stations.

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