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Bus| April 29, 2009
Sec. LaHood orders coach safety review. Lockheed sues for release from N.Y. MTA contract. Tri-Rail faces service cuts.

IBM equips Taiwan with high-speed rail software

Rail| April 29, 2009
Using IBM software for insight into assets, their conditions and work processes, and for better planning and control, has helped THSRC maintain an average punctuality rate of 99.15 percent, according to the company.
Accessibility| April 29, 2009

Study: $1B transit investment yields 30,000 jobs

67 percent of the jobs created by capital investment in the public transit industry replaces lost blue-collar jobs with “green jobs” in the public transit sector.
Motorcoach| April 29, 2009

MCI delivers J4500s to Quebec

Autobus La Québécoise Inc.’s new coaches are equipped with clean-diesel engine technology, seating for 56 passengers and a state-of-the-art entertainment system with six 15-inch flat-screen monitors.
Rail| April 29, 2009

TriMet marks fifth year of MAX light rail service

Line has seen 20.5 million rides taken and more than 50 new businesses sprout up around the alignment.
Bus| April 28, 2009

Marsella to leave Denver RTD

In addition to his agency accomplishments, Marsella was also selected by the APTA as the Outstanding Public Transportation Manager in 2006.

Rail| April 28, 2009

Mo., Amtrak to make track improvements

Project will unclog a major “bottleneck” caused by a 25-mile stretch of single track and enable slower freight trains to move off the main line, enabling faster Amtrak trains to pass and reduce delays by nearly 17 percent, annually.
Bus| April 28, 2009

N.J. Transit to forgo fare increase

Agency will balance its budget by cutting administrative expenses by $22.5 million to partly offset the shortfall, as well as benefit from federal funds made available from the Department of Transportation.
Rail| April 28, 2009

TTC report recommends Bombardier

New light rail vehicles will help address crowding on the TTC’s streetcar routes, and accommodate ridership growth.
Motorcoach| April 28, 2009

ABA, TPOC form partnership

Partnership will include the co-branding of each association's conferences, special introductory member offers and Internet brand exposure on each other's Websites.

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