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U. of Georgia to cut bus subsidies

Bus| April 26, 2010
A result of the state legislature cutting funds for higher education, UGA to pay Athens-Clarke County $1.20 per trip beginning July 1 instead of $1.35.

Princeton looking to integrate bus system with larger transit

Bus| April 26, 2010
Pooling the resources of Tiger Transit, the Borough’s FreeB jitney shuttle, and New Jersey Transit could link much of the town and region, and provide access to communities facing a transportation shortfall.
Bus| April 23, 2010

N.Y. MTA releases revised 2010-2014 Capital Program

The $26.3 billion program reflects a nearly $2 billion reduction as the result of a comprehensive review and a new MTA focus on cost effectiveness and efficiency.
Rail| April 23, 2010

AHSRA urges Congress to act on volcanic threat

Alliance president, Eric C. Peterson, noted the important role Europe's high-speed rail service played in helping to reduce the full impact of aviation disruptions brought on by volcanic ash in the atmosphere.
Bus| April 23, 2010

L.A. Metro Board supports 30/10 initiative

The 30/10 initiative, first proposed by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, would seek federal assistance to build within the next decade a series of light rail, subway and rapid bus projects throughout Los Angeles County.
Bus| April 22, 2010

Oakland, Calif. approves BRT route

AC Transit given the green light to designate a local preference for the route.
Motorcoach| April 22, 2010

Report: Ariz. bus driving erratically before crash

The bus, with 22 people aboard, was heading from central Mexico to Los Angeles March 5 when it rear-ended a pick-up truck, veered across several lanes into the median and plunged into a ditch on Interstate 10 south of Phoenix.
Bus| April 22, 2010

DRI secures $1.5M order

Products ordered include: Talking Bus automatic voice announcement systems; Digital Recorders automatic vehicle location and tracking systems; OTvia real-time passenger information systems; and PASS passenger advisory sign systems.
Bus| April 22, 2010

New Flyer named one of Canada's greenest

Where possible, New Flyer operates "satellite" recycling depots for the convenience of its employees and offers preferred parking to employees participating in carpools.
Bus| April 22, 2010

Study examines transportation's role in reducing GHGs

Among specific findings, the reports suggests reducing the number of vehicle-miles traveled through a combination of strategies, including improved public transportation, coordinated transportation and land use strategies, and greater opportunities for walking and biking — practices emphasized in the Department's livability initiative — could reduce transportation greenhouse emissions 5 percent to 17 percent by 2030.

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