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Experts pitch 'future' ideas to U. of Mich.

Sustainability| March 15, 2010
Options ranged in price from tens of millions of dollars to hundreds of millions of dollars.

Cornell U. transportation director retires after 32 years

University| March 15, 2010
Under William Wendt's leadership, the University’s transportation and mail services department received a wide variety of national recognition and accolades. Most recently, the department received the “Best Practitioner” award from the Community Transportation Association of America in 2009.
Bus| March 15, 2010

Transit board changes routes to meet student demand

A plan to overhaul bus routes to eliminate those with low ridership and create lines to meet demand will improve transportation for students at the University of Illinois Springfield.
Bus| March 12, 2010

Bay area officials want Calif. gov to restore transit funds

Bay area transit agencies could expect about $148 million this year and $144 million in future years if new funding legislation is signed.
Bus| March 12, 2010

Houston Metro to roll out 20 MCI Commuters

The 55-seat capacity coach vehicles offer patrons cushioned seating, as well a smooth, quiet ride.
Bus| March 12, 2010

House passes bill to pay furloughed DOT workers

U.S. Department of Transportation workers were furloughed in early March when Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Ky) temporarily blocked funding for federal highway and transportation projects.
Bus| March 12, 2010

Report: D.C. Metro needs 3 years to fix issues

Industry expert David L. Gunn urged the agency to "level with the public regarding the seriousness of the problems facing Metrorail"and the need to move quickly to recruit a general manager with "a strong operating and technical background."
Bus| March 11, 2010

SunLine rolls out 6th gen hydrogen fuel bus

The advanced bus chassis and body manufactured by New Flyer, features ISE’s hybrid-electric fuel cell drive system, which incorporates a 150kW fuel cell manufactured by Ballard Power Systems.
Bus| March 11, 2010

Calgary Transit, Police launch bait car program to deter theft

When a bait car is stolen, the location, speed and direction of travel of the vehicle is monitored by police dispatchers at Public Safety Communications through GPS tracking.
Bus| March 11, 2010

WebTech to supply Northern Calif. with NextBus

The NextBus contract outfits Amador Transit’s entire fleet with NextBus GPS location devices and real-time bus arrival information. NextBus will also install roadside LED digital bus stop displays and a large LCD transit center sign.

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