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Fort Worth's The T selects rail project manager

Rail| February 8, 2010
Robert (Bob) J. Baniewicz, P.E., has 32 years of experience in engineering and project management of rail transit, commuter rail, railroad and civil engineering projects across the U.S.

U. of Va. launches bus e-mail alerts

Bus| February 8, 2010
The e-mail listserv warns transit users of delays or schedule changes. Officials are working to market the system to students, faculty and staff.
University| February 8, 2010

Web Extra: S.C.'s Coastal Carolina U. begins 'Smart Ride' program

The Smart Ride program was modeled after Charleston, S.C.'s The Citadel, where incoming cadets are given a discount card that they can use for free rides any time, with no questions asked.
University| February 8, 2010

U. of Ala. shuttle drivers ask for livable wage

Drivers currently do not have a contract with employer First Transit. They currently receive $9.50 an hour and are negotiating for a raise to $14 an hour, a wage comparable to what drivers receive in other locations.
Bus| February 8, 2010

Web Extra: N.C. U. bus route connects students, community

Elon University’s new BioBus Downtown/East Burlington Express Loop offers free transportation for students and faculty looking to do volunteer work off-campus.
Sustainability| February 8, 2010

Toyota recall impacts U of Minn. students

School has simply removed floor mats from fleet vehicles manufactured by company.
Rail| February 5, 2010

L.A. Metro, P.D., Sheriff's Dept. promote safety

The focus was on violators running red lights, making illegal left turns and pedestrian jaywalking. While there has been a steady decline in train versus vehicle accidents on the Metro Blue Line, the level of pedestrian accidents has remained stagnant.
Bus| February 5, 2010

Proterra to build S.C. manufacturing facility

Proterra’s Greenville manufacturing and research and development center will open in 2011, and be housed in a newly constructed 250,000 square foot building on the Clemson University campus. The company plans to hire more than 1,000 local employees in the next four years.
Bus| February 5, 2010

Washington State receives grant to target GHGs

The project is expected to eliminate 688 metric tons of carbon dioxide and equivalents from the air each year, or 8,250 metric tons over the lives of the vehicles.
Rail| February 5, 2010

NTSB extends D.C train crash investigation

The agenda will focus not only on the Metro accident investigation, but also the adequacy of state and federal oversight of rail transit systems, as well as the characteristics of high reliability organizations.

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