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NYPTA elects new president

Bus| February 16, 2010
Frank Kobliski succeeds Ray Melleady, former executive director of the Capital District Transportation Authority in Albany, N.Y.

Prevost delivers X3-45s to N.J.

Motorcoach| February 16, 2010
The new addition brings the number of Prevosts in Vanderhoof's 22 vehicle fleet to 14.
Rail| February 12, 2010

Calif. launches train safety campaign

Campaign is focused on 18 to 34-year-olds, who make up more than one-third of all railroad-related pedestrian casualties.
Bus| February 12, 2010

Winnipeg Transit launches text info service

Transit customers can use texting features on their standard cell phones or Web-enabled "smart" phones to find Winnipeg Transit stops nearest them, bus departure times at stops, or find out when the bus they are on will reach a location further along the route.
Rail| February 12, 2010

Phoenix Metro wraps first train

The Metro board of directors amended the agency advertising policy to permit sales of vehicle wraps, vehicle floor decals, station wraps and station display case advertising in July 2009.
Bus| February 12, 2010

NTSB to meet on ‘most wanted’ safety improvements

Issues to be reviewed this year include intelligent highway technologies, motor carrier operations, operator fatigue and rail car design.
Bus| February 11, 2010

Denton County Transportation Authority taps new president

Jim Cline, who served as a director for the City of Irving since 1998, replaces Jim Witt who has served the Authority in an interim capacity since early 2009.
Bus| February 11, 2010

GO Transit customers, volunteers raise $32K for Haiti

At five GO stations, customers donated $9834.69 to World Vision volunteers during the morning rush hour on January 22. At Union Station, GO customers donated $22,129.58 to Canadian Red Cross volunteers during morning and afternoon rush hours on January 27 and 28.
Rail| February 11, 2010

D.C. Metro rail ridership drops due to snowfall

Only 36,097 trips were taken yesterday, Wednesday, Feb. 10, when white-out blizzard conditions limited the rail system to underground service only. By comparison, there were 670,643 trips taken the previous Wednesday (Feb. 3).
Rail| February 11, 2010

Seattle transit reviews security rules after beating

Authorities are taking a closer look at rules that bar transit guards from getting involved in violent incidents, and instead directs them to call law enforcement.

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