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Daimler, NYCT celebrate 1,350th Orion VII hybrid

Bus| March 10, 2010
NYCT and MTA Bus boast a fleet of 1,679 hybrid buses, including a total of 1,675 diesel-electric hybrid transit buses from Daimler Buses - comprising more than 99 percent of its hybrid fleet.

N.Y. jury awards bus crash victims $2.25M

Motorcoach| March 10, 2010
The accident, which occurred in New York in 2005, killed four people.
Sustainability| March 10, 2010

Voith, Maxwell sign ultracapticitor agreement

Maxwell is Voith's exclusive supplier of ultracapacitor modules assembled in the U.S. to meet local content requirements.
Motorcoach| March 10, 2010

BRC announces UMA promotion winner

BRC specializes in the collision repair and refurbishment of coach and transit buses and boasts a "No Hassle" Life Time Warranty, which states that repairs will be of the highest quality and done in a time-efficient manner.
Rail| March 10, 2010

GIRO supplies HASTUS to Stockholm Metro

The installation completes the first phase of an aggressive implementation plan developed by GIRO and MTR to ensure smooth operations and efficient service when MTR officially began operating the metro on Nov. 2, 2009.
Bus| March 10, 2010

TransLink uses INIT during Winter Olympics

In 2006, TransLink partnered with INIT to provide an advanced fleet management system, as well as onboard computers on over 1,500 of their vehicles in preparation for the big event.
Motorcoach| March 9, 2010

MCI's Super-60 limited warranty extends J4500 coverage

Components now covered at five years under the MCI Super-60 limited warranty include the A/C compressor, brushless motors, condenser cores and heater cores.
Rail| March 9, 2010

Critics: FRA too short-staffed to manage funding

Government officials charge that the Federal Railroad Administration doesn't have the staff or expertise to properly oversee funding. A Florida representative says he may subpoena agency records to review the FRA’s decision-making process.
Bus| March 9, 2010

Sacramento, Calif. agency facing deep service cuts

Caused by a $13 million funding shortfall, which is the result of Gov. Schwarzenegger's decision to eliminate public transit funding from the state budget. Sacramento Regional Transit has also lost millions in local sales tax revenue funding.
Rail| March 9, 2010

Report: D.C. Metro accident costs $25.5M

The detailed costs were submitted by the agency to the NTSB for its investigation into the accident.

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