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NJ Transit, OLI partner for teen driver safety

Bus| October 23, 2009
Offering classes to nearly 700 public, private and charter schools throughout the state, in an effort to help teen drivers safely operate vehicles near railroad crossings, light rail lines and buses.

Orion delivers hybrid, BRT buses to Toronto

Bus| October 23, 2009
The order of 35 buses will meet the new 2010 emission standards for diesel engines operating in Canada, using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology.
Rail| October 22, 2009

Alstom wins Norwegian rail maintenance contract

To provide replacement parts, deliver parts on request in real time, manage the spare parts storehouse and provide local technical support per the $32.9M contract.
Bus| October 22, 2009

L.A. Metro launches online news/feature service

The Source will showcase real time news about Metro and critical transportation issues as well as feature stories packaged with video, photos and other compelling visuals.
Bus| October 22, 2009

CTA awards vending, parking contracts

Agency awards Coca Cola and Central Parking Systems new contracts, which will generate approximately $283,000 and $1 million respectively.
Bus| October 22, 2009

New Flyer one of Canada's Top 100 Employers

Recognized for its industry-leading practices, such as providing full salaries to apprentices during training, providing tuition subsidies, hosting wellness events and its retirement savings plans.
Bus| October 22, 2009

Miami-Dade launches Cubic AFC system

EASY Card lets Miami transit riders ease their way from parking to rail to bus services across the city, all with a single smart card. The card can be used to pay all transit fares, including transfers between bus and rail.
Bus| October 21, 2009

METRO Briefs

Hybrid buses growing in popularity. Forum showcases futuristic rail projects. Metrolink union sues over train cameras.
Accessibility| October 21, 2009

INIT celebrates 10 year anniversary

Since 1999, when INIT was first established as an ITS provider on the North American market, it partnered with customers in more than 20 cities from New York City to Vancouver, Canada.
Bus| October 21, 2009

NABI delivers artics to Big Blue

The new NABI articulated models include interior features for maximum comfort and convenience for all passengers, including seniors and those with disabilities. Each bus has 53 seats instead of the usual 40, and runs on clean compressed natural gas, which is 77 percent cleaner burning than diesel fuel.

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