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Web Extra: Calif. Bay Area agencies improve paratransit services

Accessibility| April 21, 2010
The Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority recently conducted a survey of its paratransit customers who reported that overall, services had improved over the last two years. In addition, the City of Alameda has launched a new paratransit shuttle.

Web Extra: Torrance Transit's 'Ambassadors' increase senior mobility

Accessibility| April 21, 2010
The program utilizes senior citizen volunteers who go through training to learn how to read maps and schedules, where Torrance Transit's lines go, the do's and don'ts of public transportation and the sensitivities of seniors and disabled riders.
Accessibility| April 21, 2010

Daimler releases new Sprinter model

The Shuttle Van now joins the Cargo Van, Passenger Van and Chassis Cab.
Bus| April 20, 2010

UTA's Inglish highest paid in West region

UTA is in midst of a massive light and commuter rail expansion project, expected to add 70 miles of track by 2015.
Accessibility| April 20, 2010

Minn. Metro Transit launches redesigned Website

New home page features a rotating window that offers direct access to each of Metro Transit’s main services. Also includes an interactive regional transit map and a “toolbox” with online schedules, a trip planner, and detours and alerts.
Bus| April 20, 2010

FTA announces TIGGER fund availability

These discretionary program funds will be distributed in accordance with the mission of each program and in support of the U.S. Department of Transportation's environmental sustainability efforts.
Bus| April 20, 2010

Metro-St. Louis begins restoring services

Voters in nearly all parts of the County voted to approve Proposition A, which set a sales tax of one-half of 1 percent to fund public transit for the region. Prop A's passage in the County also triggered a one-quarter of 1 percent sales tax in the City of St. Louis that voters there approved in 1997.
Bus| April 20, 2010

DesignLine delivers to the Middle East

The ECO-Smart I Buses are expected to be operational prior to the end of June 2010, on Sir Bani Yas Island, making it the first destination in the world to have an entirely electric transportation system.
Accessibility| April 20, 2010

Transit advocates rally in 11 cities

From April 20-28, hundreds of members of the Transportation Equity Network and their allies in eleven cities will hold a series of memorial services, rallies, and other actions to resurrect mass transit in their communities.
Motorcoach| April 20, 2010

MegaBus debuts 100th Van Hool double-deck

The carrier’s Van Hools feature Cummins ISM engines and ZF 12 speed Astronic transmissions. Safety equipment includes passenger seat belts, SmarTire monitoring, Kidde fire suppression systems, an upper deck monitoring camera and a Saucon GPS system.

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