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N.Y. pilot program allows vans to fill transit void

Bus| June 24, 2010
Yearlong program would establish three to six routes in Brooklyn and Queens where access to public transportation is limited and transit service cuts would take effect.

Bombardier to supply more German double-deck trains

Rail| June 24, 2010
The order, worth approximately $42 million, is based on a 2003 framework agreement for the delivery of 298 doubledeck coaches with an option for a further 300.
Motorcoach| June 24, 2010

Vamoose Bus launches scheduled ‘Gold’ service

The Gold Bus’ new luxury Prevost coach carries 36 passengers and offers a scheduled daily departure from Arlington, Va. and Bethesda, Md. to New York. Additional features include “two-and-one” leather seating with extra arm and leg room, free Wi-Fi and an oversized restroom.
Bus| June 24, 2010

RouteMatch chosen for 8 Ind. transit systems

Smaller agencies will receive technology first, which will include software for automated routing, scheduling and coordination.
Bus| June 24, 2010

Study: Fed transit funding to boost Calif. economy

Although the U.S. rail manufacturing industry is small — the report's authors estimate its employment at between 10,000 and 14,000 employees — industry analysts expect it to grow due to pent-up demand for intercity and urban rail service.
Accessibility| June 24, 2010

First Transit wins N.C. contract renewal

Will continue to provide complete operations and transit management services as well as comprehensive preventive maintenance and inspection programs to meet customer transportation and budgetary needs.
Rail| June 24, 2010

Calgary considering new platform security measures

The review comes as police say they are still in the early stages of the investigation into the death of a three-year-old boy.
Bus| June 24, 2010

Dallas’ DART expands nondiscrimination policy

Protection added for transgendered employees and applicants.
Rail| June 23, 2010

Japanese firms partner to pursue overseas rail markets

Mitsubishi Heavy and Hitachi find overseas intra-city railway systems are the area where the two companies can demonstrate their competitiveness most via work ranging from marketing to construction, installation and maintenance in the field.
Accessibility| June 23, 2010

New Flyer delivers clean diesel buses to St. Cloud

Featuring upgraded styling and continuous flush windows, the new buses will be used in regular transit service beginning this summer.

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