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MARTA to clarify eating, drinking restrictions

Bus| August 18, 2009
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.

Report: Cuts, fare increases hurting nation

Accessibility| August 18, 2009
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.
Rail| August 18, 2009

Wabtec unit wins $44M Virginia rail contract

In addition to the 12 MPXpress commuter locomotives it has ordered, Virginia Railway Express has an option to acquire an additional eight locomotives, which would bring the total value of the order to more than $73 million.
Bus| August 17, 2009

NJ Transit receives $298.7M in ARRA funds

In addition to the Mass Transit Tunnel Project, money will also pay for bus, van and railcar purchases, as well as facility, track, and safety and bridge improvements throughout the system.
Bus| August 17, 2009

BART, ATU reach tentative four-year agreement

BART is working to eliminate an estimated $310 million, four-year deficit amid a decline in ridership, state transit funding and sales tax revenue.
University| August 17, 2009

Augusta State U. debuts Jaguar shuttle service

One shuttle seats 32 passengers and has a wheel chair lift, while the other bus will seat 24 passengers. Each bus can also have 12 standing passengers if needed.
University| August 17, 2009

Program cost forces two schools to drop transit service

Five schools that did renew the service committed to three more years, through 2012, at an estimated cost of $916,000 per school per year or $15 per full-time student.
University| August 17, 2009

NCTD develops 'free rides to college' promo

Sprinter light rail and Breeze bus transit services help alleviate parking and traffic congestion at the three North County colleges.

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