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ARRA to fund SEPTA station expansion

Rail| November 19, 2009
Adding to parking facilities at the Elwyn Regional Rail Station. The project, which consists of concrete work, grading, signage, electrical and paving, will create approximately 30 jobs for area workers.

San Diego MTS to cut $7M in service

Bus| November 18, 2009
Cuts are due to sales tax shortfalls and elimination of State Transit Assistance funds.
Accessibility| November 18, 2009

NTSB receives ‘clean’ financial report

Results are from an audit conducted on the NTSB's financial statements for Fiscal Year 2009. The opinion comes at a time when the NTSB has realized improvement in several management measurements.
Accessibility| November 18, 2009

Ore. man wins APTA "Dump the Pump" video contest

Winner created a high-quality video, which depicts a familiar scene of a woman dumping a significant other. In this scene, however, she is leaving the gas pump behind for a more attractive suitor — her local public transit system.
Bus| November 17, 2009

Westport to supply engine technology to Volvo

The new natural gas engines are expected to meet future European emission requirements.
Accessibility| November 17, 2009

Web Extra: D.C. Metro pilot to provide travel training for 600 customers with disabilities

Participants in the program will receive on average between 32 hours and 34 hours of comprehensive travel training, Metro estimates.
Bus| November 17, 2009

D.C. Metro to revamp bus stops

Proposed designs include designated locations for passengers to enter or exit the bus; accessible pathways for customers who use wheelchairs; new signs, maps and schedules; and seating and shelters.
Accessibility| November 17, 2009

MV-1 accessible vehicle production set for 2010

Volume production will begin in October at the AM General plant in Mishawaka, Ind., which designs and produces the military HUMVEE and assembles the HUMMER H2.
Accessibility| November 17, 2009

COTA approves 2010 fare increase

The proposed increase positions COTA closer to the transit industry standard fare box recovery rate while accounting for the inflationary factors that impact the cost of providing transit service.
Bus| November 17, 2009

Travelers Aid opens The T's transportation center

Services range from providing diapers and overnight toiletry packs to information on other essential travel services, such as where to replace a lost cell phone, rent a car seat, or fill a prescription, and referrals, maps and directions to stores, nearby restaurants and overnight accommodations.

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