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Germany may lift ban on intercity bus travel

Motorcoach| September 10, 2010
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government plans to deregulate travel, which would legalize the service.

Dallas Cowboys' game-day traffic ranks among worst in NFL

Bus| September 10, 2010
The football team's new 100,000-capacity stadium roused some critics' ire for its location in Arlington, a suburb that is America's largest city without mass transit.
Rail| September 10, 2010

Alstom to supply Citadis tramsets to France

Trams feature platform-height floors, air conditioning, a CCTV system, and onboard audio and visual information. Each tramset will accommodate more than 380 passengers.
Rail| September 10, 2010

Federal rail safety committee holds first meeting

The advisory group was created to guide FTA safety rulemakings when the Obama administration's Public Transportation Safety Program Act of 2009 becomes law.
Accessibility| September 10, 2010

N.Y.'s Clinton County renews First Transit

The operations consist of 38 First Transit employees and the management of 15 vehicles for the Clinton County in Plattsburgh, with the service transporting more than 155,000 passengers annually.
Rail| September 10, 2010

Sapa Extrusions to expand Pa. plant

Construction on the Cressona expansion will commence this month with completion and start-up of the facility scheduled for September 2011.
University| September 9, 2010

U. of Wisconsin-Madison transportation dept. tests bike in fleet

Will replace one vehicle with a bicycle and test efficiency factors, including miles traveled, fuel and emissions saved, and time needed to get the job done.
Rail| September 9, 2010

Alstom to supply 168 railcars to India

The $308M contract includes an option for 16 additional metro cars. The new trains will be equipped with Automatic Train Protection and Automatic Train Operation features. The first deliveries are planned for the end of 2012.
Bus| September 9, 2010

CVSA to kick off ‘Brake Safety Week’

Taking place Sept. 12 to 18 throughout North America, the event focuses on enhancing knowledge, regulatory compliance and performance of commercial vehicle braking systems. CVSA-certified inspectors, brake suppliers and industry partners will conduct enforcement and education activities with drivers and mechanics at truck stops, weigh stations and other locations.
Bus| September 9, 2010

MBTA makes 'real-time' bus information available

Following a project to equip more than 1,000 buses with GPS technology in 2009, dispatchers in the MBTA's Bus Operations Control Center were able for the first time to pinpoint the location of every MBTA bus in real-time. As of today, that same information is available to T bus riders, regardless of route.

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