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San Francisco receives $68.5M in infrastructure funding

Bus| September 20, 2010
Projects include street resurfacing, sidewalk improvements and the city's Great Streets program. The city also received nine Transportation for Livable Communities grants to fund transportation and pedestrian infrastructure.

Greater Dayton RTA named five-star Ohio Green Fleet

Bus| September 17, 2010
Fleets are evaluated based on policies transit authorities have implemented to reduce vehicle emissions and reliance on petroleum fuels, according to Katherine Stewart, policy director for Clean Fuels Ohio.
Rail| September 17, 2010

Georgia, Kansas receive high-speed rail grants

FRA has now released more than $648 million for the HSIPR program, the significant portion of which comes from the $8 billion provided in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for the development of high-speed rail corridors.
Motorcoach| September 17, 2010

New student travel company launches

Student Adventures will provide motorcoach charters, music, choral, drama and performance tours, as well as class trips to popular student travel destinations such as Washington, D.C.; New York; Chicago and Florida.
Bus| September 17, 2010

Houston Metro names Greanias president/CEO

Greanias will oversee an agency with 3,500 employees and about a $1 billion annual budget. Metro is working to complete the build out of five new light-rail lines, approved by voters in a 2003 referendum.
Rail| September 16, 2010

Calif. Gov. tours Asia to generate partnerships for high-speed rail project

Schwarzenegger took a ride on Japan's latest model of its high-speed bullet train, the Series E5 bullet train prototype, which features a massive 50-foot nose dubbed "arrow-line".
Bus| September 16, 2010

IC Bus to debut AC Series shuttle at BusCon

The AC Series — an all-in-one shuttle — provides increased serviceability, customization options and durability and will have approximately double the lifecycle of similar small shuttles currently on the market, according to IC Bus.
Rail| September 16, 2010

Fla.'s PSTA chief resigns, leaves light rail efforts in lurch

Advocates for rail and expanded bus service in Florida's Pinellas County — where transit funding lags behind other large areas — hoped Garling could help orchestrate a local referendum in 2011 or 2012.
Bus| September 16, 2010

Cubic, S.F. Muni introduce new revenue management system

The Clipper Card regional system will be the largest in the U.S. once Cubic completes integration across all Bay Area transit operators.
Bus| September 16, 2010

Minn. Valley Transit Authority wins innovation award

Improving schedule reliability and helping drivers feel confident when using bus-only shoulders on suburban highways are two of the goals of the Driver Assist System currently being implemented by the MVTA. The system will be used in operating the state's first bus rapid transit line on Cedar Avenue, where buses will be operating on shoulders rather than on a full transitway.

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