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Report: D.C. Metro accident costs $25.5M

Rail| March 9, 2010
The detailed costs were submitted by the agency to the NTSB for its investigation into the accident.

Arlington, Va. considers charging for coach parking

Motorcoach| March 9, 2010
Saying it would help generate revenues for Fiscal Year 2011, officials emphasized that they are still eager to maintain good relations with the industry.
Accessibility| March 8, 2010

Seattle transit taking ‘Van Go’ grant applications

Vehicle grant program was created by Community Transit 10 years ago to meet unfilled needs for local transportation in Snohomish County. This year’s program is timed to help offset the impact of service cuts.
Accessibility| March 8, 2010

APTA: Americans took more than 10B trips in '09

Despite economic downturn, trips stay above 10 billion for fourth year in a row.
Bus| March 8, 2010

NABI moving Calif. Service Center location

The new larger, more modern premises (35,000 sq feet) are approximately seven miles from the Ontario International Airport and less than two miles from the interstate 15 and highway 60 freeway interchange.
Sustainability| March 8, 2010

Calif. NGV coalition names new exec. director

Tim Carmichael takes over for longtime CNGVC legislative consultant Pete Price, who had been serving as interim executive director.
Motorcoach| March 8, 2010

FMCSA shuts down rogue operator

Complaint states that the owner of the bus company involved in a fatal accident last week, Cayetano Martinez of Los Angeles, had previously been shut down by FMCSA, only to attempt to "reincarnate himself as a new carrier" and unsuccessfully attempted to gain US DOT operating authority under a new name.
Bus| March 8, 2010

MCI delivers coaches to Calif., Kansas

Delivers two coaches to Village Tours & Travel and secures contract with Sacramento transit agencies for up to 131 Commuter Coaches.
Motorcoach| March 5, 2010

DOT: Bus in Phoenix crash operating illegally

On Friday, a tour bus owned by Tierra Santa Inc. caused a collision that killed six people and injured several others. The company lost its ability to operate April 1, 2009, because it does not have insurance.
Bus| March 5, 2010

Hersman: Fatigue endangers workers, passengers

Speaking before the annual conference of the National Sleep Foundation in Washington, D.C., Chairman Hersman said fatigue has been a concern for the NTSB since the creation of the agency in 1967 and an issue on its Most Wanted List of Transportation Safety Improvements since the list was established in 1990.

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