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CDTA goes wireless on Xpress service

Bus| July 10, 2009
Customers can connect their laptop or PDA to the Internet through a wireless router, which has been installed on all NX buses.

Daimler to supply N.C.'s PART with Orion VIIs

Bus| July 10, 2009
The Orion VII buses used by PART are ideal for the longer runs with its forward-facing seats and overhead storage racks, giving it more of a motorcoach feel once onboard.
Rail| July 10, 2009

D.C. Metro to prohibit cell phone use, texting

Officials will spend the next few days finalizing the language for its policy and notifying employees that the “three strikes” disciplinary policy that had been in place is a thing of the past.
Rail| July 9, 2009

NTSB releases Disney monorail accident info

At about 2 a.m. on July 5th, a Walt Disney World monorail train, designated the Pink train, backed into another monorail train, designated the Purple train, near the Ticket and Transportation Center monorail station. The operator of the Purple train was fatally injured; the six passengers on that train were treated at the scene.
Bus| July 9, 2009

Sec. LaHood awards $6.7 Million in training grants

The OJT/SS grants were included in ARRA to supplement federal training programs and to support the training programs of state departments of transportation for highway construction contractors, apprentices and trainees.
Rail| July 9, 2009

Bombardier wins G.B. Flexity 2 order

The vehicles are scheduled to be delivered between May 2011 and March 2012. Bombardier will manufacture the vehicles at its sites in Bautzen, Germany and Vienna, Austria.
Rail| July 8, 2009

D.C. Metro operator suspended for texting

Video recorded by passenger and posted online caught driver with cell phone while behind the wheel.
Bus| July 8, 2009

METRO Briefs

BART foresaw D.C. Metro circuit problem. Car rental fees may increase 800 percent. Japanese workers’ smiles scanned.
Bus| July 8, 2009

TTI: Traffic costs $87B in fuel, lost productivity

Travelers spent one hour less stuck in traffic in 2007 than they did in 2006 and wasted one gallon less gasoline than the year before. The differences, though small, point to a break in near-constant growth in traffic over 25 years.
Accessibility| July 8, 2009

Miami launches online rider alert system

Customers also can set up the new rider alert system to notify them on the operational status of Metrorail or Metromover station elevators and escalators. System also lets paratransit customers sign up to receive STS updates.

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