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FirstGroup to launch Greyhound service in U.K.

Motorcoach| August 19, 2009
New 41-seat Scania Irizar coaches will include leather seating, free Wi-Fi, power sockets, air conditioning, complimentary newspapers and up to 20 percent extra leg room compared with rivals, and industry-leading customer service, said company officials.

METRO Briefs

Bus| August 19, 2009
Report: BART officers failed to follow procedures. Canada transit commuters face parking issues. New transit system starts service in Montana.
Bus| August 19, 2009

DOT sets dates for Distracted Driving Summit

Speakers from around the nation will lead interactive sessions on a number of key topics, including the extent and impact of distracted driving, current research, regulations and best practices.
Bus| August 19, 2009

BAE Systems to equip Seattle transit hybrid buses

To supply HybriDrive system to Daimler Buses North America, which received an order from King County Metro Transit for 500 Orion VII hybrid-electric buses, with an option for 200 additional units.
Accessibility| August 19, 2009

D.C. Metro adopts stricter hiring standards

To include disqualification for moving violations within last three years, driver’s license revocations or suspensions and any occurrence of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Bus| August 18, 2009

Anchor Trailways launches intercity service in Tenn.

The ATRunner will provide connections to specific Metro Transit buses as well as the Music City Star station in Donelson and Nashville International Airport.
Bus| August 18, 2009

MARTA to clarify eating, drinking restrictions

Since new law lifted ban on eating and drinking in MARTA rail and intermodal stations, the agency has experienced increased incidences of patrons eating and drinking on its vehicles.
Accessibility| August 18, 2009

Report: Cuts, fare increases hurting nation

Authors found that while state and local transit revenues have been pummeled by a tough economy, the effects were compounded by failures in federal policy.
Rail| August 18, 2009

Houston Metro receives FTA approval on LR lines

The overall project is expected to generate 60,000 direct and indirect jobs.
Rail| August 18, 2009

D.C. Metro installing wireless service in rail stations

Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel, AT&T and T-Mobile will build, operate, maintain and own the new wireless network. The firms also will build a second wireless network, which Metro will use for public safety and operational communications.

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