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L.A. Metro issues RFP for light rail extension

Rail| August 31, 2010
The $450 million-plus design-build-finance project will involve final design, construction and financing of 11.5-miles of track, utilities, crossings and systems, as well as six stations, multiple bridges and a 25 acre-plus light rail maintenance facility.

Operation Lifesaver lauded for safety efforts

Rail| August 31, 2010
NTSB chief commended OLI for its leading role in efforts to reduce highway-rail grade crossing accidents by more than 80 percent since its founding in 1972.
Bus| August 31, 2010

Mobis Transportation to open Ore. bike transit center

Located in the recently completed Hillsboro, Ore. Intermodal Transit Facility one block from Tri-Met's Blue MAX transit line, Bikestation Hillsboro will provide members with electronically secure indoor bicycle parking, showers, restrooms, lockers, a bicycle self-repair stand with tools and transit information.
Rail| August 30, 2010

ASU students, Metro form LR awareness pilot

The ambassador program is staffed by ASU students and PTS employees who volunteer for the position.
University| August 30, 2010

Miami U., U. of Chicago extend First Transit contracts

The company has provided shuttle service for the students of both universities since 2006 and currently transports more than 415,000 passengers annually.
University| August 30, 2010

U. of Illinois parking permit sales drop

Campus parking permit sales have dropped by more than 25 percent during the last four academic years and by 13 percent last year alone, local news reports.
University| August 30, 2010

Kansas U. ridership doubles after going fare free

The KU on Wheels bus system is fare-free for students and faculty as well as residents of the city who have a valid city transit pass. Ridership doubled in the first fare-free year, with an additional 20-percent increase last year.
University| August 30, 2010

Web Extra: Virginia Tech teams with transit to launch VT Bus Tracker

Blacksburg, Va.-based Blacksburg Transit worked with a team of students at the Virginia Tech Computer Science Department to unveil the system, which provides smartphone apps and text versions that deliver bus locations, speeds and the number of passengers on each bus.
University| August 30, 2010

Clemson U. expands demand-response service at night

Formerly known as the safety escort service, Tiger Transit will continue to be provided by the university Police Department's Auxiliary Student Patrol. Transportation to and from main campus destinations will be available between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.
University| August 30, 2010

GPS devices aid Miss. State commuters

Students can track University Transit vehicles along their routes using an Internet connection or smartphone. Automatic passenger counters will be added in October, allowing users to see shuttle capacities.

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