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Dallas’ DART expands nondiscrimination policy

Bus| June 24, 2010
Protection added for transgendered employees and applicants.

Japanese firms partner to pursue overseas rail markets

Rail| June 23, 2010
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.
Accessibility| June 23, 2010

Calif. measure preventing raid of public transit funds to appear on ballot

The measure closes loopholes to prevent the state from taking, diverting or borrowing local government, transportation and public transit funds.
Accessibility| June 23, 2010

Fla. paratransit service drops Medicaid riders

Pasco County officials say dropping Medicaid trips because of the high cost of the service may improve scheduling for other passengers.
Accessibility| June 23, 2010

Colorado city to fill paratransit gap

The service is designed to reach residents who don't qualify for Grand Valley Transit's paratransit service but aren't able to utilize its fixed-route service.
Accessibility| June 23, 2010

City seeks input, hires consultant to address paratransit

Fredericton, New Brunswick's Dial-A-Bus service routinely turns away passengers due to high demand, so city officials have hired a consultant to create a five-year plan.
Bus| June 23, 2010

Martha's Vineyard to use Trapeze/AssetWorks system

Island-based transit agency provides year-round public transit service to six towns: Aquinnah, Chilmark, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury and West Tisbury.
Bus| June 23, 2010

South Florida agency wins accounting award

The certificate is awarded to government units and public employee retirement systems whose CAFRs achieve the highest standards in government accounting and financial reporting.
Accessibility| June 23, 2010

Web Extra: TransLink rider helps improve access

Rob Sleath, who is blind, has helped TransLink improve its service for disabled passengers over the past 10 years through his involvement in the agency's Access Transit Secretariat and its Users' Advisory Committee. He showed bus drivers were only announcing stops 6 percent of the time and urged the agency to make a change.

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