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TriMet breaks ground on new MAX light rail station

Rail| May 18, 2010
The station will cost $3 million, with funding provided from Metro and the FTA. The city of Gresham will contribute $600,000 for a future plaza adjacent to the MAX station.

FTA awards $1.6M grant to Pa. system for buses

Bus| May 17, 2010
Funds will buy four 35-foot low-floor, heavy-duty, accessible, clean-burning diesel buses to replace four diesel buses that have exceeded their useful lives.
Rail| May 17, 2010

Alstom launches tramway tests in Algeria

Turnkey project contract includes the production of 41 Citadis tramways and the construction of a 14-mile line with 38 stations.
Rail| May 17, 2010

Feds ban electronic device use by on-duty rail staff

Prohibits use if it interferes with that employee’s or another employee’s performance of safety-related duties. Railroad operating employees would be permitted to use cell phones or similar electronic devices under highly limited circumstances.
Bus| May 14, 2010

FTA bestows $886K to Calif. bus facility project

Yolo County Transportation District project, estimated at $5.9 million, is expected to be complete in 2011.
Accessibility| May 13, 2010

Choctaw Nation awarded 1,000th ARRA transit grant

The Choctaw Nation will use the $480,374 grant for vehicle and technology upgrades. The non-reservation tribe provides transportation services for all the residents of a 10-and-a-half-county area of southeast Oklahoma, where many members of the tribe live.
Bus| May 13, 2010

Audit: SF Muni must eliminate work rules, overtime

The report found the rate of unscheduled absenteeism for Muni operators is 15 percent, compared with 11 percent in Philadelphia, 6 percent in Los Angeles and 4 percent in Seattle.
Bus| May 13, 2010

Nashville MTA ramps up service after flooding

In the coming days, customers will see different vehicles operating on the MTA routes since so many transit organizations are assisting the agency with loaned vehicles.

Bus| May 13, 2010

ISE accepting orders for CNG Hybrids

The new, clean-fuel ISE CNG Hybrid System offers unique competitive advantages over conventional CNG systems.
Motorcoach| May 13, 2010

Daimler delivers 3 S 417s to Canadian Navy

Custom ordered by the Navy, the coaches are wrapped with vivid graphics depicting warships and various sailors at work and are quipped with state-of-the-art kiosks and computer systems to provide information to the Canadian public and employment opportunities to potential sailors.

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