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N.Y. equips airport-bound buses with luggage racks

Bus| October 13, 2009
Situated across from the bus' rear door, the unit provides a convenient place to store luggage, eliminating the need to leave bags in the aisle or stash them beneath seats.

Transit natural gas coalition forms

Bus| October 13, 2009
The coalition's purpose will be to provide a forum for an ongoing exchange to assist members in learning more about the operation, management and cost of using clean burning natural gas powered vehicles for transit fleets.
Bus| October 13, 2009

Cap Metro names Allen interim pres./CEO

With new appointments expected by the end of the year, the Board recommended waiting until January to begin a national search for Gilliam's replacement.
Bus| October 13, 2009

GSA meets mandate to green fleet

GSA had until September 30, 2009, to invest $300 million in new, more fuel-efficient vehicles for the federal fleet. Ahead of the deadline, GSA ordered 17,246 vehicles, including cars and buses from a total of six manufacturers.
Accessibility| October 13, 2009

DRI Corp. launches new sign system

The TwinVision Silver Smart Series features high intensity “sterling” LEDs that provide exceptionally brilliant messages and graphics while reducing power consumption and carbon footprint.
Accessibility| October 13, 2009

Cleveland RTA expands canine unit

The Transportation Security Administration will provide ongoing funding for three additional bomb-sniffing police dogs.
Bus| October 13, 2009

Nashville MTA partners with Google Transit

Riders will now be able to quickly and simply customize their route, access information on mobile phones and calculate the fare for their trip online.
Rail| October 12, 2009

San Francisco Muni unveils LRV safety program

Agency created a decal for placement on all Muni LRVs that warns motorists to stop when passengers are exiting the vehicles.
University| October 12, 2009

University of Mich. considers campus transit options

U-M officials say every option is on the table, including intra-city rail and trolleys, to connect North and Central Campuses.
University| October 12, 2009

Texas college to pilot free bus pass program

The initial cost of the program will be $250,000, covered by funds from the parking fee increase that went into effect this fall.

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