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FRA makes $25M available for rail technology

Rail| August 6, 2010
The pool of funds is available for basic and applied technology research, development and demonstration projects to advance the state of the art in track and structures, train control systems, operating practices and rolling stock.

Wisconsin transit using bingo to attract riders

Bus| August 6, 2010
Riders go to specific stops at specific times to get bingo stamps and win prizes.
Bus| August 6, 2010

Parsons Brinckerhoff names new CFO

John Murphy has more than 25 years of financial and senior management experience, including 14 years working with major engineering contractors and their domestic and international operations.
Rail| August 6, 2010

Bombardier wins Manchester, England contract

The manufacture of these vehicles will follow straight on from the ones currently being built for Manchester and the first of these additional 14 vehicles (tram 49) is scheduled to be delivered to Manchester in October 2011.
Bus| August 5, 2010

Gillig debuts OnSpot tire system option

Also offers a retrofit kit for buses already in service.
Bus| August 5, 2010

Chinese bus designed to straddle traffic

This 18-foot tall bus, which is about two street lanes wide, operates like a train on wheels, and is so tall that cars can drive right under it.
Bus| August 5, 2010

Madison transit system adds names of employee children to buses

Program aimed at fostering positive labor relations and heightened employee morale. Metro Transit recently added the names of individual employees' children, grandchildren, and other special children in their lives to 20 fixed-route buses.
Rail| August 5, 2010

L.B. Foster to equip New England rail group

Company landed a $5.3 million contract by the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority to supply 5,561 tons of rail for the Downeaster-Portland North Project.
Bus| August 5, 2010

AECOM acquires Davis Langdon

The transaction is expected to close in October of 2010. The acquisition has been approved by Davis Langdon shareholders and partners, and is subject to customary closing conditions, including necessary regulatory and third party approvals.
Accessibility| August 5, 2010

MV wins Calif. contract

Under the terms of this one-year contract (with two, one-year options), will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of both the fixed-route and Dial-A-Ride services.

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