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Calif. transit receives $2.77M for BRT

Bus| December 22, 2009
The $2.77 million in federal funding will be matched by $700,000 in California Proposition 1B Transportation Bond funds, and will provide new shelters, curb expansions, and electronic real-time bus arrival/departure signs.

Samsung purchases Setra coaches

Motorcoach| December 22, 2009
The S 411 HD is the smallest vehicle in the new TopClass 400 line, and features VIP interior amenities as well as Front Collision Guard, adaptive cruise control with Active Brake Assist and Lane-Keeping Assist.
Bus| December 22, 2009

L.A. Metro launches official Facebook page

With this new tool, Metro will be able to share information, post comments, pictures and videos, with its customer base and subscribers to interact directly.
Bus| December 22, 2009

Merced County launches redesigned Website

New user-friendly website contains an interactive schedule finder, system map and points of interest database. Incorporating the latest technology, the site can be viewed on any phone or PDA with internet access and features up-to-date news and rider alerts.
Bus| December 22, 2009

Chicago transit helps employees prepare for layoffs

A series of workshops have been scheduled in January to provide information on unemployment benefits and job search tips. The CTA is also trying to connect employees with companies that are hiring.
Rail| December 22, 2009

Bombardier to supply rail cars to China

The contract comprises 246 Movia metro cars (41 six-car trains), including spare parts and training for the operator’s staff. Supplier’s share of the contract amounts to approximately $138 million.
Rail| December 22, 2009

Sound Transit opens airport light rail extension

Agency collaborated with the Port of Seattle on the Airport Link project which included the new light rail station, pedestrian bridges connecting the station to the airport parking garage and a pick-up and drop-off area to the east serving the city of SeaTac.
Sustainability| December 21, 2009

Fort Myers, Fla. service unveils hybrid bus

Lee County Transit plans on purchasing several hybrid buses next year, including one that will service the Florida Gulf Coast University campus.
University| December 21, 2009

Minn. college could house futuristic transit system

Personal Rapid Transit (PRT), which transports people in individual pods directly to their destinations, could find a home at a test lab in Winona, Minn., with a proposal in the works to build a one-mile guideway.
University| December 21, 2009

Commuter buses serving Va. Tech upgraded

The Smart Way service introduced a larger, 57-seat motorcoach manufactured by MCI that will replace the current fleet of 32-seat buses traveling between Roanoke, Christiansburg and Blacksburg.

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