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NYC expands bus route makeover to speed service

Bus| October 18, 2010
Select Bus Service relies on pre-paid fares, easier boarding and bus-only lanes to improve route times. Some outlets report rush hour delays in first days of service.

City's new shuttle connects to downtown, transit

Bus| October 18, 2010
Oakland, Calif., has launched a new free shuttle service that carries locals from residential areas to downtown. The shuttle also connects with BART, the ferry, Amtrak and AC Transit.
Motorcoach| October 18, 2010

El Camino Trailways named to Top 100 'Fastest Growing' list

The company's growth has also achieved it prominent position on Inc. Magazine's Top-5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America.
Rail| October 18, 2010

Transit top concern for Ottawa voters

Twenty-three percent of respondents said the city's plans for an upcoming light rail transit system concerned them most with 11 percent saying it was taxes. Overall, 57 percent said they were certain to vote next week.
Rail| October 18, 2010

Fed: Refinancing Amtrak to save millions

The government will exercise early buyout options on 13 existing high-cost leases over the next three years. The $420 million up-front cost will save approximately $582 million in future payments, saving the taxpayer approximately $162 million.
Sustainability| October 18, 2010

Living Cities works to generate $150M for TOD

Participants will coordinate their investments, aligning them with federal grants, such as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program, and invite others to invest alongside them.
Accessibility| October 15, 2010

Florida's LYNX to negotiate contract for new CEO

Two finalists are John M. Lewis Jr., CEO for the Greater Richmond Transit Commission, and Michael H. Setzer, VP, business development for Veolia Transportation in Cincinnati.
Accessibility| October 15, 2010

APTA: PT saves $9,499 annually

APTA calculates the average cost of taking public transit by determining the average monthly transit pass of local public transit agencies across the country. This information is based on the annual APTA fare collection survey and is weighted based on ridership (unlinked passenger trips).
Motorcoach| October 15, 2010

Motorcoach Council hires PR firm

Through this relationship, the Motorcoach Council hopes to similarly improve public perception of the motorcoach, expand the overall market and increase ridership nationwide.
Bus| October 15, 2010

CTTransit unveils 4 new fuel cell hybrid-electric buses

The new model 40-foot Van Hool transit buses are lighter than the earlier generation fuel cell bus, which rolled out in 2007 and continues to operate on various routes in Greater Hartford, including the free downtown Star Shuttle route. Advanced lithium-ion battery systems and a more durable fuel cell powerplant are key features of the new buses.

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