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Calif.-based SunLine to unveil automated ticket machines

Bus| July 26, 2010
Machines are user friendly, accessible to customers using wheelchairs and other mobility devices, has large print, is colorful easy to read, and features voice activated audio and Braille to assist the hearing and visually impaired.

Gov. honors James Madison U.'s SafeRides service

University| July 26, 2010
In 2009, SafeRides transported between 120 and 150 students each night, each weekend totaling 7,237 rides. The service helps students avoid driving under the influence.
University| July 26, 2010

Web Extra: Indiana U. Campus Bus transports a record 3.5M riders

The down economy has caused a large spike in student enrollment, boosting ridership numbers. Without federal or state funds to purchase additional buses, the system has had to find other ways to accommodate more riders.
University| July 26, 2010

So. Carolina St. U. begins construction on transportation center

The initial phase, which is scheduled to be completed in 350 days, consists of the Transit Research Center, an 8,474-square-foot structure that will be used to conduct research on transportation vehicles.
Bus| July 23, 2010

MBTA debuts mobile parking payment system

Parkmobile enables riders to pay with a smart phone application or by sending a text message or making a call from any cell phone.
Bus| July 23, 2010

Cleveland RTA honored by COMTO

Several employees won awards at this year’s National Meeting & Training Conference in Cleveland. Loretta Kirk, RTA’s Deputy General Manager, won COMTO’s Thomas G. Neusom Founders Award for her dedication to the growth and development of minorities in the transportation industry.
Rail| July 23, 2010

L.A. marks 20th anniversary of Metro Rail system

System includes five light rail and subway lines spanning 79 miles of track. Trains carry on an average weekday more than 327,000 boardings.
Rail| July 22, 2010

Business loans to ease light rail's effects

Of the money for the loans, $1 million will come from reserves from the Metropolitan Council, which is building the $957 million, 11-mile line.
Motorcoach| July 22, 2010

Trans-Bridge Lines unveils low-emission coaches

The 16 new low-emission motorcoaches, manufactured by Motor Coach Industries, feature new engine technology that reduces particulate matter.
Rail| July 22, 2010

Chicago evaluating magazine vending machines for stations

The vending machines, which are from Time Inc. and serviced by The Classic Group, dispense magazines such as People, Time, Sports Illustrated and Entertainment Weekly.

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