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INIT awarded contract with TriMet

Bus| December 21, 2009
In a two-and-a-half-year, $35 million contract, INIT will provide an advanced CAD/AVL system including on-board computers, mobile data terminals and an automatic passenger counting system. The contract covers 660 fixed route vehicles, 350 paratransit and 117 light rail vehicles.

New Flyer to provide support for OC Transpo buses

Bus| December 21, 2009
The center is expected to employ approximately 12 employees when it opens.
Rail| December 21, 2009

Ansaldo signs $11.9M D.C. Metro contract

Responsible for upgrading the automatic train control system, which includes replacing switches and signals and upgrading eight interlockings from mechanical relays to Microlok II solid state controls.
University| December 21, 2009

Web Extra: Mich.'s GVSU sees record ridership for 10th year

A total of 20 buses run five separate routes, every six minutes to seven minutes, both within and around the Allendale and Pew Grand Rapids campuses seven days a week.
Rail| December 18, 2009

Phoenix Metro hires new CEO

Steve Banta, who has more than 23 years in the transit industry, has worked in progressively important management roles for several public transit agencies including in his current role as Portland, Ore. TriMet's executive director of operations.
Bus| December 18, 2009

REI introduces YouTube, electronic catalog

YouTube page features videos about REI's BUS-WATCH product, including a DVR demo and school bus sample.
Motorcoach| December 18, 2009

Senate Committee passes motorcoach safety act

The safety measures required by the bill have been the subject of numerous safety recommendations issued by the NTSB over the past four decades.
Rail| December 17, 2009

Fla. governor signs rail expansion bill

Legislation aims to bring commuter rail to South Florida, and win federal funds for a bullet train linking Tampa and Orlando
Bus| December 17, 2009

D.C. Metro GM addresses safety

Catoe made a statement to the board of directors at the start of Metro's Customer Service, Operations and Safety Committee meeting on Thursday.
Bus| December 17, 2009

Calgary Transit rejects use of snow tires on fleet

During a trial run, buses equipped with the special tires were still sliding and getting stuck in the snow.

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