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Female New York bus drivers under attack

Bus| August 3, 2010
Two of the drivers assaulted say that they've told their bosses repeatedly that there should be extra security for the dark, dangerous walk from the parking lot to the garage.

TriMet opens first bike and ride facility

Bus| August 3, 2010
Provides secure parking for 74 bikes and helps more cyclists make connections to bus and MAX. Also features BikeLink keycard access and security cameras.The agency is using $1.1 million in stimulus funds for three Bike & Rides, as well as replacement and refurbishment of 174 bike lockers.
Bus| August 3, 2010

APTA encourages support for Gulf Coast cleanup efforts

The public transportation industry is encouraging its riders, the public and its employees to make a $10 donation to the NRDC Gulf Coast Recovery Fund by texting TRANSIT on their mobile phones to 25383.
Rail| August 2, 2010

NYC subways to get Wi-Fi, cell service

Within two years of an order to proceed from the MTA, Transit Wireless must install cell phone and wireless Internet service at six stations; secure at least one major cell phone carrier for the stations and demonstrate the effectiveness of the system.
Bus| August 2, 2010

D.C. Metro to add signs with transit police contact info

Transit advocates call for signs after incidents, including the theft of a Metrobus. Signs will be added to all vehicles, stations and shelters.
Accessibility| August 2, 2010

City council considers trolley computers

Officials in Joplin, Mo., say computers on deviated trolleys and vans would allow residents to reserve rides online 24 hours a day. Drivers would also be able to look up directions on the devices.
Bus| August 2, 2010

PBSJ to merge with UK company

Once the transaction has been completed, PBSJ will operate as a national business of Atkins in the U.S., and will be led by current PBSJ CEO Robert Paulsen, reporting directly to Atkins's chief executive.
Bus| August 2, 2010

First Transit wins U. of Buffalo contract extension

The university's shuttle service transports more than 3.3 million passengers annually.
Motorcoach| August 2, 2010

ABA Foundation names scholarship winners

Scholarships are designed to create opportunities for young adults interested in pursuing careers in the hospitality, motorcoach, tour and travel fields.
Bus| August 2, 2010

Update: Sun Tran, Union reach impasse

Agreement is not reached, union members authorize a work stoppage as of 12:01 a.m. Monday.

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