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Greyhound, INDOT, Miller Trailways launch Hoosier Ride

Bus| April 7, 2010
Since January, Hoosier Ride expanded into five regional fixed routes that are timed to connect with existing Greyhound national service in Evansville, Ind.; Indianapolis; Kalamazoo, Mich.; Louisville, Ky.; and South Bend, Ind.

Cubic receives $10M NYC contract

Rail| April 7, 2010
Cubic's MetroCard Fare Collectors will let people use their MetroCard to pay before the bus arrives. They are new, weatherized versions of the MetroCard Express Machines currently used in NYCT's subway system to accept credit or debit card payments.
Rail| April 7, 2010

Amtrak advancing PTC installations

To accomplish the self-imposed and accelerated timeline, Amtrak will submit a PTC Implementation Plan to the Federal Railroad Administration by April 16, as required by law, and is now designing the build-out of its existing PTC system along the Northeast Corridor.
Rail| April 7, 2010

BART may avoid cutting service, raising fares

Will be able to close a $10 million deficit after using various cost-cutting measures and receiving $26 million in state funding.
Motorcoach| April 7, 2010

Prevost supporting Motorcoach Council with opt-in parts program

Council partner customers can participate in a voluntary program that contributes 0.5 percent of their parts purchases to the Motorcoach Council. Prevost matches that contribution up to a maximum of $50,000.
Rail| April 6, 2010

Alstom to provide Reims maintenance for 30 years

The contract, worth approximately $120 million, involves the maintenance of rolling stock and fixed installations and includes routine, preventive and corrective maintenance; technical support; management of spare-parts stocks for the Citadis tramsets and the implementation of a major maintenance program.
Management & Operations| April 6, 2010

Alexandria, Va. asks operators to get permits

Buses won't need a permit to have access to the city's new free parking spots.
Rail| April 6, 2010

Metrolink names new CEO

John E. Fenton, who brings a broad base of experience to the position, both in transportation services and executive management, was chosen after a national search conducted by the board with assistance from interim CEO Eric Haley.
Bus| April 6, 2010

National parks receive $25M for public transportation

National parks, forests, and wildlife refuges in 20 states will receive funds from the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in Parks Program to implement public transportation within the facilities.
Bus| April 6, 2010

Poll: D.C. residents want more transit, like Metro

Recent Washington Post poll results show that 62 percent of respondents want more transit options, and that most view Washington Metro positively.

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