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D.C. Metro reorganizes bus services

Bus| July 16, 2009
Changes include a new management structure, the addition of NextBus, and more discussions with operators about safety.

Metro Briefs

Bus| July 15, 2009
D.C. Metro signaling system still malfunctioning. More Americans traveling by bus. Students choose transit for prom.
Bus| July 15, 2009

Chicago balances budget without cuts, increases

Strong performance in both ridership and revenue in the first half of the year, coupled with strict cost controls enabled the CTA to balance the budget without implementing service reductions.
Bus| July 15, 2009

Former Ariz. DOT chief to head FHWA

Victor Mendez oversaw the construction of the regional freeway system in the Phoenix area that was built six years ahead of schedule and delivered statewide construction programs on time, including major infrastructure improvements throughout the state.
Bus| July 15, 2009

Veolia to continue operating Las Vegas bus system

Will operate RTC of Southern Nevada's “MAX” bus rapid transit service and “Deuce,” double-decker buses that run along the Las Vegas Strip through September 2011.
Rail| July 15, 2009

Bombardier to equip, operate Phoenix peoplemover

Design-build contract, valued at approximately $186 million, includes the design and supply of all of the system-wide electrical and mechanical equipment, and the construction and equipping of the operations and maintenance and storage facility.
Management & Operations| July 14, 2009

NTSB: Fatigue, lack of PTC caused trolley crash

The two-train collision on the MBTA Green Line last year occurred as a result of the trolley operator's failure to obey a signal indication, due to a possible sleep disorder and the lack of a positive train control system.
Bus| July 14, 2009

Former transit exec chosen to head N.Y. MTA

Jay Walder was chosen by N.Y. Gov. Paterson to lead the agency in the newly combined position of chief executive and chairman.
Bus| July 14, 2009

HOK, PB to design Calif. intermodal center

Phase one, scheduled to break ground in 2010, is valued at approximately $180 million and will consist of the transportation center and supporting facilities, rail tracks and platforms, parking, public art and street improvements.
Accessibility| July 14, 2009

Pasadena, Calif. renews First Transit contract

Five-year agreement includes operation, maintenance and management of a 36-bus fleet to service Pasadena's fixed-route Area Rapid Transit System and dial-a-ride paratransit services.

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