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APTA encourages support for Gulf Coast cleanup efforts

Bus| August 3, 2010
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.

NYC subways to get Wi-Fi, cell service

Rail| August 2, 2010
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.
Motorcoach| July 30, 2010

MCI delivers J4500 to Houston

Features a Cummins ISM 410 horsepower engine with an Allison transmission, wide-ride suspension and electronic stability control. Upgrades include onboard Wi-Fi, a Blaupunkt Pro-Line entertainment system and three-point seat belts.
Bus| July 30, 2010

Suit filed against N.Y. MTA over bus cuts

The lawsuit, filed in State Supreme Court, came a day after the agency said it could no longer fund bus service in the county because of a budget shortfall.

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