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MARTA, OL focus on pedestrian safety

Rail| April 13, 2010
New campaign to use bus shelter posters and onboard video public service announcements to remind pedestrian commuters to "Stay Focused! Stay Alive!"

3 builders vie for TriMet transit bridge project

Bus| April 13, 2010
Agency has selected contractors to submit proposals for the $135 million Willamette River transit bridge.
Bus| April 13, 2010

Center for TOD releases planning guide

Funded through a cooperative agreement between Reconnecting America and the Federal Transit Administration, the guide highlights best practices related to regulations, funding, information sharing and partnerships.
Motorcoach| April 13, 2010

Sec. LaHood meets with Mexico’s Sec. of Transportation

The Secretaries committed to establishing processes to increase bilateral transportation cooperation, recognizing that these efforts stimulate economic growth and improve the quality of life for their citizens.
Motorcoach| April 13, 2010

Megabus expands service

Passengers can begin booking travel at for May 4 and beyond from newly added cities Pittsburgh and State College, Penn., Des Moines, Iowa and Iowa City, Iowa.
University| April 12, 2010

USC student government weighs shuttle changes

The student senate passed a resolution recommending that service hours for the on-demand shuttle service be extended to 3:45 a.m.
Sustainability| April 12, 2010

U. of Michigan launches 'Sustainability' site

It will highlight the work being done to set campus goals for sustainable operations, and will communicate new operational milestones, such as the purchase of renewable energy credits.
Bus| April 12, 2010

Clean Energy to enhance L.A. Metro CNG stations

Over the next 18 months, Clean Energy will reconfigure and upgrade the CNG fueling station compressor equipment at four Clean Energy-operated Metro fueling locations. Funding for the project came from ARRA.
University| April 12, 2010

Boise State U. launches 'One Less Car' campaign

The campaign is a friendly competition between students and employees to get as many campus commuters as possible to carpool, ride the ValleyRide bus, bike, walk or utilize some other form of transportation beyond a single occupant vehicle for an entire month.
University| April 12, 2010

NJ Transit cuts could hurt college students, faculty

Student survey responses appeal to agency not to eliminate route and WHEELS shuttle service that takes them to a local college campus.

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