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N.Y. agencies order 92 Orion VIIs

Accessibility| January 15, 2010
Two agencies add first Orion VIIs to their fleets. Deliveries are set for late summer and fall of 2010.

Indian BRT system honored for improving mobility, cutting emissions

Bus| January 14, 2010
Award given annually to a city that uses transport innovations to increase mobility for all residents, while reducing transportation greenhouse and air pollution emissions and increasing cyclist and pedestrian safety and access.
Bus| January 14, 2010

D.C. Metro’s Catoe to retire

General Manager John Catoe is leaving the agency after three years. His last day will be April 2.
Rail| January 14, 2010

Environmental groups call for N.J. Transit probe

Two statewide coalitions warn of polluted soil under rail bed.
Rail| January 14, 2010

MBTA renews commuter rail contract 2 years

The original contract with the city of Boston was signed in 2003 for five years, with three-year and two-year extension options.
Bus| January 14, 2010

CT Transit to add 35 Nova LFS Artic buses

Valued at approximately $60 million, the order will be assembled at company's Plattsburgh, N.Y., plant.
Bus| January 14, 2010

Ohio transit proposes courtesy rules

Rules outline what is expected of passengers on buses and at SARTA’s facilities. If adopted, the Ohio Revised Code will allow penalties for violating the rules that could result in being removed or banned from all SARTA vehicles and facilities. Violators could also be criminally prosecuted.
Bus| January 13, 2010

New York MTA's simplified Website goes live

Also announces that the leading format for sharing data, known as the Google Transit Feed Specification, will now be known as the General Transit Feed Specification, or GTFS.
Bus| January 13, 2010

New Starts/Small Starts policy shift proposed

FTA will soon initiate a separate rulemaking process, inviting public comment on ways to appropriately measure all the benefits that result from such investments.
Rail| January 13, 2010

China adds Bombardier high-speed signaling system

Thousands of miles of lines in China will be equipped with the new system as part of the development of the DPL network, planned to include 8,000 miles of high-speed lines by 2013.

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