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TransLink restructures, cuts costs

Bus| April 27, 2010
Beginning in 2009, 96 positions have been eliminated at TransLink or its operating companies, including six executives.

Caltrain: Electrification will reduce debt load

Rail| April 27, 2010
A modern, electric-powered railroad will provide quicker, more frequent service, which will attract more riders and generate more revenue. Revenue is projected to increase 49 percent by 2019, while operating costs remain flat.
Accessibility| April 27, 2010

Wayne County taps RouteMatch for ITS

The paratransit management system is designed to streamline operations and create improved schedules and routes, allowing the operation to be more efficient with its resources.
Rail| April 27, 2010

Bombardier's train control technology approved in Spain

This is the first approval of an AVE S-130 train equipped with the Bombardier onboard European Train Control System rail control technology.
Rail| April 27, 2010

AHSRA: Obama must set up White House office on HSR

The nonprofit advocacy organization is dedicated to creating and sustaining a clean and energy-efficient advanced national high-speed rail system in the U.S.
Motorcoach| April 27, 2010

MCI delivers to Conn., Mass.

Post Road Stages in South Windsor, Conn. received two new D4505s and the Massachusetts-based Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority received two new new wheelchair lift-equipped 40-foot MCI Commuter Coaches.
Bus| April 27, 2010

Las Vegas' RTC commuting program spikes 20%

During the first quarter of 2010, 11 new employers brought commute options to employees by joining Club Ride Commuter Services, bringing the total number of partners to 254.
Rail| April 27, 2010

NYC Transit may need to replace emergency gate locks

Subway scammers have gotten hold of keys, prompting an audit to determine how many keys have been issued over the years and to whom.
University| April 26, 2010

U.Va. will not raise parking fees

Because parking structures begin to require more maintenance about 10 years after they are built, including recaulking, re-waterproofing and joint repair, the U.Va.'s Director of Parking and Transportation warns fees cannot remain stable forever.
University| April 26, 2010

South Dakota State U. weighs parking vs. transit

Some say adding a bus system would lessen traffic congestion and help ease walking during winter months. Others say the campus is not large enough to require buses and that parking should be the priority.

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