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MBTA crime drops to lowest levels in 30 years

Rail| January 27, 2010
A total of 827 serious crimes were reported last year — 21percent fewer than 2008. The number of aggravated assaults fell from 103 to 88. There were no homicides. More than 360 million passenger trips were made on MBTA services last year.

Alstom appoints chief commerical officer

Rail| January 27, 2010
The new Commercial Team defines the company's product/market strategy, manages bid submissions and the signing of contracts, and bears responsibility for profit and loss. The department is divided into geographic regions.
Rail| January 27, 2010

HDR wins New Orleans streetcar extensions

The environmental assessment and preliminary engineering work, which is under way, is slated to be completed in summer 2010.
Motorcoach| January 26, 2010

Feds ban texting for bus, truck drivers

Action is the result of the U.S. DOT's interpretation of standing rules. Drivers who text while driving commercial vehicles may be subject to civil or criminal penalties of up to $2,750.
Bus| January 26, 2010

N.Y. MTA enhances email, text alerts

The MTA plans to send out a survey to its 70,000 email and text message alert subscribers in February to ask for advice on how to improve it.
Rail| January 26, 2010

2 D.C. Metro workers killed

The NTSB has investigators on the scene and scheduled a briefing for Tuesday afternoon.
Accessibility| January 26, 2010

First Transit wins TriMet paratransit contract

The $137M contract includes the operation of 269 paratransit vehicles, as well as the management and operation of a centralized call center for reservations, scheduling and dispatch.
Bus| January 26, 2010

RITA doles out $2M to 4 universities

University Transportation Centers maintain vital partnerships with regional, state and local transportation and transit agencies, to help find solutions to challenges impacting their communities.
Bus| January 26, 2010

S.F. transit facility project receives $171M federal loan

Construction cost for phase one of the project is $1.189 billion. The total project cost is slated at $4.2 billion.
Bus| January 25, 2010

GSA names Downey, Acosta to D.C. Metro board

Under federal law (P.L.110-432) and the Metro compact, the GSA Administrator has the authority to appoint two directors and two alternative directors to the Metro board.

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