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INIT online detour module wins innovation award

Bus| December 7, 2009
With "online detour" in MOBILE-ITCS, current disturbances can be easily navigated at the spur of the moment. All necessary information is provided to vehicles, drivers and real-time information systems.

Univ. of Fla. weighs changes to late-night van service

University| December 7, 2009
Student government members met with University Police Department representatives to discuss student complaints and suggested improvements to the van service that was developed to provide late-night safe rides home.
Bus| December 7, 2009

One in four at Brown U. ride RIPTA

Faculty, staff and students take advantage of free service.
Rail| December 7, 2009

Rail suppliers commit to U.S. ops for HSR contracts

More than 30 rail manufacturers and suppliers, both domestic and foreign, have committed to establish or expand their base of operations in the U.S. if they are chosen by states or groups of states to build America’s next generation high-speed rail lines.
University| December 7, 2009

Northern Ariz. U. fueling buses with cooking oil

Converted biodiesel currently being tested on two buses.
Sustainability| December 7, 2009

Guide helps colleges, universities reduce GHG emissions

Explores the challenges, both real and perceived, to significant reductions, and provides successful examples, and resources necessary to address the challenges.
University| December 7, 2009

New campusLink buses debut in Indiana

Uses three light transit vehicles that provide 20-minute service frequency throughout the student residential and commercial areas adjacent to both Ivy Tech and Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.
University| December 7, 2009

Michigan schools reach out to transit agency

Increases in enrollment, parking constraints and push to go greener cause Saginaw Valley State University and Delta College to begin working with Bay Metro Transit Authority on student outreach, express routes.
Bus| December 7, 2009

S. Carolina university plans petroleum-free fleet

By 2015, all vehicles on the Columbia campus will be powered by ethanol, biodiesel, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), electricity or hydrogen fuel cells. A hydrogen hybrid bus will become part of the university’s shuttle service in January.
Rail| December 4, 2009

DHS to study chemical attacks on subways

Will involve the release of common, harmless tracer gases on underground portion of MBTA subway system from December 5 to 11.

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