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Ansaldo STS USA wins $24.7M PATH contract

Rail| August 5, 2009
Ansaldo STS USA will centralize PATH's communication network into one, fully integrated system.

Jacobs Engineering honored by COMTO

Accessibility| August 4, 2009
Company named Private Sector Employer of the Year and recognized as one of the largest global providers of professional transportation services with a culturally diverse workforce.
Accessibility| August 4, 2009

MV retains $2.1M Southern California contract

Will operate and manage 32 county vehicles while continuing to improve the level of service provided to the community.
Bus| August 4, 2009

Sec. LaHood announces distracted driving summit

A number of deadly accidents involving text messaging behind the wheel have called attention to the dangerous problem of distracted driving.
Accessibility| August 4, 2009

MARTA launches new Website

During the introductory period, MARTA is asking for visitors to help further enhance the new Website by providing feedback on its design, features and content.
Accessibility| August 4, 2009

L.A. Metro installing turnstile fare gates

L.A. Metro CEO Art Leahy will report monitoring results of the limited installations to the Board of Directors this fall. If all goes well, the agency will proceed with installing a total of 379 fare gates in all stations on the subway and Metro Green Line and key light rail stations on the Metro Blue and Gold lines. Installation is intended to be completed in six to eight months in early 2010.
Bus| August 4, 2009

FirstGroup selects GreenRoad service

First's fleet and depot managers will gain insight into driving behavior, and will have the tools they need to help drivers achieve environmental efficiency goals, which will see First bus CO2 emissions reduce by 132,000 tons over the next three years.
Bus| August 3, 2009

Iowa unveils first hybrid bus

The new Orion VII hybrid-electric diesel bus features LaFrance eco-friendly fabric made of recycled materials on the passenger seating, a video surveillance system, a bike rack, and tip-in windows for improved circulation and passenger safety.
Rail| August 3, 2009

NTSB releases crash site back to WMATA

As part of the ongoing investigation, the NTSB is continuing to examine components from the train control system in WMATA's laboratory facility in Landover, Md., and at WMATA's Operations Control Center.
Bus| August 3, 2009

BART, unions reach tentative 4-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. BART will continue to negotiate with its two police unions, which, by law, cannot strike.

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