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NJ Transit facing estimated $300M budget gap

Bus| February 18, 2010
Current and future budget shortfalls have arisen due to the severe national recession and the state’s $2.2 billion current-year budget gap, and $11 billion FY11 budget gap.

TriMet breaks ground on ARRA-funded transit facilities

Bus| February 18, 2010
The $13.5 million project will replace the 30-year-old Merlo Fuel & Wash building and build a LIFT facility for TriMet's Westside operations. Project is the largest among the 29 stimulus projects agency has undertaken.
Motorcoach| February 18, 2010

Prevost launches 2010 Volvo D13 engine Website

The Website offers a wealth of detail on SCR features and benefits. Also includes answers to FAQs about diesel exhaust fluid.
Rail| February 18, 2010

HNTB: High-speed rail support still strong

Nearly 88 percent of Americans are currently open to high-speed rail for long-distance travel within the U.S. While this is a strong majority, that support is down slightly from the 94 percent America THINKS recorded in March 2009.
Bus| February 17, 2010

San Diego starts work at Transit Center

Project will add elevators and a pedestrian bridge, making it easier for transit patrons to move back and forth to the busy Grossmont Center-area businesses on a mesa about 40 feet above the center and Trolley station.
Bus| February 17, 2010

Nashville taps ACS for passenger info system

The system will be implemented at Nashville's Music City Central transit center and at bus shelters along the city's new bus rapid transit line.
Rail| February 17, 2010

FRA launches So. Florida trespass prevention study

The number of railroad trespass fatalities first surpassed the number of fatalities at highway-rail grade crossings in 1997 and continues to be the leading cause of fatalities industry-wide.
Rail| February 17, 2010

BART receives public input on next police chief

Respondents were asked to rate 14 personal characteristics or attributes desired in a new chief. Most of the qualities received high ratings; the top two were "leadership" and "ethics and transparency."
Bus| February 17, 2010

Transportation projects awarded $1.5B TIGER grants

Chosen projects range in size from under $4 million to over $100 million, and are found in both rural and urban communities from Alaska to Maine and Hawaii to South Carolina.
Bus| February 17, 2010

B.C.'s TransLink names new CEO

Ian Jarvis said his priorities will be efficiency and organizational effectiveness, with an emphasis on customer service and maximizing the value the public receives from TransLink's transportation program.

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