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Bombardier receives 49 French double-deck train order

Rail| March 25, 2010
The Regio2N contract signed with SNCF in February, foresees the production of a total maximum of 860 trains.

California finds $750M in funding for transit

Accessibility| March 25, 2010
State’s decision to make some funding available for public transportation may postpone fare increases and reduce service cuts.
Bus| March 25, 2010

N.Y. MTA to cut service, raise fares

Two subway lines will be eliminated, and a 7.5 percent fare increase is planned for next year. Service cuts will save the authority approximately $93 million.
Bus| March 25, 2010

Nashville MTA debuts Music City bus route

The service begins March 29 and is designed to help tourists, visitors, workers and residents reach sports and entertainment venues, downtown hotels, residences, and offices more quickly and easily.
Rail| March 25, 2010

D.C. Metro to use rail carts for emergency response

First responders will be able to use the vehicles to move equipment along the tracks to the scene of a Metrorail emergency, as well as safely transport people who are unable to walk out of an incident area. The MERVs run on rail tracks up to 10 mph and can turn what could be a 45-minute walk for firefighters loaded with gear into a four-minute ride.
Bus| March 24, 2010

Birmingham-Jefferson County taps new exec. dir.

Peter Behrman most recently worked for the agency that provided transit for the Vancouver Olympics.
Motorcoach| March 24, 2010

Setra delivers S 417 to N.Y.

Upstate Transit of Saratoga LLC's new Sahara Metallic coach is equipped with a Detroit Diesel Series 60 EPA 2007 engine and an Allison B500R transmission.
Motorcoach| March 24, 2010

Coach America adds 11 Van Hools

Anaheim, Calif. division of Coach America took delivery of three TD925 coaches, while eight Van Hool ADA-equipped C2045Es have been added to its Woodland commuter fleet in Houston.
Rail| March 24, 2010

Amtrak reorganizing to advance high-speed rail

Will focus on Northeast Corridor and conduct the necessary planning activities required to provide: a major reduction in trip times between Washington, D.C. and New York and New York and Boston; a significant increase in the number of train frequencies; and determining the feasibility of increasing top speeds up to 220 mph.
Rail| March 24, 2010

Gannett Fleming wins award for MUNI facility

Innovative project demonstrates that extreme space conservation with provisions for future upgrade to electrification control is possible. Multiple sustainable design features conserve resources and minimize carbon footprint

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