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Amtrak to spend $115M to rebuild infrastructure

Rail| June 17, 2010
The ARRA funding will go toward improving tracks, buildings and control systems in Chicago.

LYNX CEO tapped to head CapMetro

Accessibility| June 17, 2010
Linda Watson is the CEO of Orlando, Fla.-based LYNX, which, under her direction, became the first transit agency in the nation to build, operate and produce biodiesel blending for its entire fleet.
Bus| June 17, 2010

First Transit wins renewals in N.C., Conn.

Additionally, the company announced that CTTransit, which it manages operations for, was recently awarded the 2010 Certificate of Merit for Safety by APTA.
Bus| June 17, 2010

DART, DCTA, The T promote employer transit benefits

Campaign provides the transportation agencies a cohesive voice when asking the public to "Stop Talking Out of Your Tailpipe" and participate in Employer Transit Benefits programs or, encourage their employers to offer the programs.
Accessibility| June 17, 2010

APTA: Public transit riders save $9,330 on average

"The Transit Savings Report" released monthly by APTA calculates the average annual and monthly savings for public transit users.
Bus| June 17, 2010

Cubic launches San Francisco Bay Area smart card

So far, Muni, BART, AC Transit, Golden Gate Transit, Golden Gate Ferry and Caltrain — representing about 80 percent of Bay area transit riders — are on the regional smart card bandwagon.
Rail| June 17, 2010

BART names new police chief

Kenton Rainey, the person selected to lead BART's 296-member police force, officially took command as Chief of Police on Wednesday.
Bus| June 16, 2010

Daimler’s Orion delivers to California

Four transit agencies received Orion VII CNG buses. Vehicles feature a low-floor design that optimizes safety and comfort and a frame designed specifically for the extra weight of the CNG fuel tanks.
Bus| June 16, 2010

APTA, eco-nonprofits partner for Dump the Pump Day

Public awareness day highlights the benefits of public transportation, two of which are saving money and promoting energy independence. More than 120 public transportation systems are participating this year.
Bus| June 16, 2010

Report: Biking, walking trips increase

Planned DOT policy change would encourage transportation agencies to go beyond minimum standards and provide safe and convenient facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists.

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