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U.Va. uses solar panels to power electric car

Sustainability| February 22, 2010
The car, which can travel about 120 miles between charges, will probably consume about 3,100 kilowatts of electricity if the car is driven about 5,600 miles per year.

Diversified Transportation to provide CSUN shuttle service

Bus| February 22, 2010
Contract will begin during the Spring 2010 semester and will provide transportation for students and employees.
Bus| February 19, 2010

DRI Corp. wins $4.2M in U.S. orders

Shipments are expected to commence in first quarter 2010 and to conclude in fiscal year 2010.
Rail| February 19, 2010

American Railcar, US Railcar form joint venture

Once established, the joint venture plans to produce railcars on order for public authorities and communities to improve public transit, commuter and regional rail service.
Bus| February 18, 2010

Ex-GM Gunn hired to assess D.C. Metro

Former GM, who led the agency from 1991 to 1994, will arrive this month to conduct a two-week appraisal of the system and give his input on how to fix it.
Bus| February 18, 2010

Transit systems vying for BART’s lost funds

After the FTA rejected BART's request for $70 million in stimulus money for a $492 million rail link to the Oakland airport, 19 local public transit agencies will have a shot at getting a piece of the funding.
Bus| February 18, 2010

NJ Transit facing estimated $300M budget gap

Current and future budget shortfalls have arisen due to the severe national recession and the state’s $2.2 billion current-year budget gap, and $11 billion FY11 budget gap.
Bus| February 18, 2010

TriMet breaks ground on ARRA-funded transit facilities

The $13.5 million project will replace the 30-year-old Merlo Fuel & Wash building and build a LIFT facility for TriMet's Westside operations. Project is the largest among the 29 stimulus projects agency has undertaken.
Motorcoach| February 18, 2010

Prevost launches 2010 Volvo D13 engine Website

The Website offers a wealth of detail on SCR features and benefits. Also includes answers to FAQs about diesel exhaust fluid.
Rail| February 18, 2010

HNTB: High-speed rail support still strong

Nearly 88 percent of Americans are currently open to high-speed rail for long-distance travel within the U.S. While this is a strong majority, that support is down slightly from the 94 percent America THINKS recorded in March 2009.

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