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ISE reduces workforce

Bus| July 14, 2010
ISE believes that, despite these reductions, it can continue the regular day-to-day operation of its business.

Las Vegas' 'X' Train taps PDI to ensure safety standards

Rail| July 14, 2010
LVRE has been planning for the establishment of a "Vegas-style" passenger train service between Los Angeles and Las Vegas since early 2009. Roundtrip service will be Thursday through Monday each week with an introductory price of $99 roundtrip.
Rail| July 14, 2010

Phoenix Metro light rail ridership up

In June 2010, when ridership usually slumps as a result of the summer heat, Metro saw a 15 percent increase from 815,566 in 2009 to 942,154 in 2010.
Bus| July 13, 2010

D.C. Metro pre-approved for $220M in safety projects

Work includes rehabilitating track components, replacing rail car components and AVL equipment installed on buses prior to 2002.
Bus| July 13, 2010

TriMet taking measures to enhance safety

After a top-to-bottom safety review that began shortly after a fatal bus accident last April, the agency will recruit a Director of Safety and Security, require all personal electronic devices be turned off while operating a bus or train and form a Safety and Service Excellence Task Force.
Bus| July 13, 2010

N.C. system considers smoking ban

The Winston-Salem Transit Authority is considering a ban on smoking in covered bus shelters after a rider complaint about a shelter near a hospital.
Bus| July 13, 2010

Pierce Transit board votes to preserve service levels

Staff is also directed to continue to look for ways to cut more costs without impacting service until the voters have their say in February of 2011.
Accessibility| July 13, 2010

Pa. receives $9M in FTA grants

PennDOT received $5 million to update systems to improve efficiency, mainly of paratransit services. SEPTA received $4 million to renovate intermodal facility.
Motorcoach| July 13, 2010

CVSA report shows record low out-of-service rates

Data from 2010 show the overall vehicle compliance rate at 80.0 percent (80.4 percent in 2009), with an overall driver compliance rate of 95.6 percent (unchanged from last year). More than 9,856 CVSA -certified inspectors at 2,482 locations across North America performed 65,327 truck and bus inspections.
Rail| July 12, 2010

Alstom wins $52M French tram contract

The Citadis units are 98 percent recyclable, but their composite materials and improved traction system mean they consume 10 percent less energy than a traditional tram, according to the company.

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