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NY MTA approves fare increase

Accessibility| May 12, 2009
Base subway fares will go up to $2.25 from $2.00 and monthly bus and subway cards will go up to $89 from $81.

Transportation for America releases reform plan

Accessibility| May 12, 2009
Developed in consultation with teams of transportation professionals, public officials and stakeholders, "The Route to Reform" outlines a renewed vision for the federal program as well as ways to pay for it, coupled with a restructuring.
Bus| May 11, 2009

DC Metro taps Ansaldo

The interlocking upgrade is the first step of a new Metro effort to refurbish their existing system with a seamless transfer, hot standby MicroLok II interlocking controller for vital and non-vital functionality.
Rail| May 11, 2009

Bombardier to supply double-deckers to Paris

Company will supply the three middle cars of the five-car trainsets, amounting to a total of 180 cars. The order is valued at a total of approximately $1.1 billion.
University| May 11, 2009

New Product: Rapid mobile video surveillance

Seon's Sherpa can be used to keep an eye on transit property, prosecute vandalism, and observe the activity of your fleet, drivers and passengers.
University| May 11, 2009

University News Briefs

Harvard to cut back on campus service. LSU moves to privatize. Missouri town looks into offering free transit.
University| May 11, 2009

Missouri university seeks transit manager

Responsibilities include scheduling drivers, interviewing driver applicants, coordinating drug/alcohol testing, reviewing driver logs and driving established campus shuttle routes. The operations supervisor also coordinates driver training and schedules maintenance and repair of the bus fleet.
University| May 11, 2009

Colorado State seeks extended transit service

Transfort, the transit property in Fort Collins, signed a tentative agreement with the Associated Students of Colorado State University (ASCSU) to extend evening service from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on two routes serving neighborhoods west and south of campus.
University| May 11, 2009

Campus bus response to swine flu threat

About three of five bus operators are taking special precautions against the spread of the swine flu virus, according to a random survey of 26 university shuttle bus operators and transit agencies.
Rail| May 11, 2009

Alstom to equip TTC with train control

The $43.1 million contract, plus options and alternatives, includes the design and supply of equipment for the train control upgrade of the existing Yonge University Spadina Subway Line.

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