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CDTA wins first place in 2009 N.Y. bus roadeo

Bus| November 23, 2009
Winners of the State competition may go on to represent their agency at the APTA International Maintenance Roadeo Competition to be held in Cleveland, Ohio in May 2010.

Ariz.'s Sun Tran unveils 'green' transit facility

Bus| November 23, 2009
Features solar panels for power generation, the use of natural lighting to save energy, the use of reclaimed water and water efficient features to reduce water consumption, and a comfortable state-of-the-art work space for employees.
Rail| November 23, 2009

NCTD'S SPRINTER wins 'Project of the Year'

Service began in March 2008 on a 22-mile route between Oceanside and Escondido and currently carries more than 8,000 passengers each day, serving the most densely populated and transit-friendly corridor in North San Diego County. It links to various BREEZE bus routes along that corridor as well as to the COASTER, Amtrak and Metrolink rail services out of Oceanside.
Bus| November 23, 2009

FHWA names Rico to lead Va. division

First Latina woman in agency's history to hold such a position.
University| November 23, 2009

U. of Hawaii student fee covers unlimited bus rides

The $20-per-semester fee will generate about $400,000 annually, allowing the city to hire student interns to look at possible new routes for the university.
Sustainability| November 23, 2009

U. of Delaware adds hydrogen bus to fleet

Built by California-based Ebus, the vehicle features fuel cells from Ballard Power Systems. Newark, Del.-based Air Liquide is providing a climate-controlled facility to store the vehicle.
University| November 23, 2009

Students turn to low-cost Megabus for holiday travel

With bus tickets costing as little as $1, college students are considering bus travel via Megabus.com for holiday travel.
University| November 23, 2009

Vermont students create bus tracking program

Students able to track university's bus system in real-time.
University| November 23, 2009

Indiana U. issues traffic safety recommendations

Task force report points out that Indiana laws on pedestrian crossings are confusing, creating a need for better signage and education.
Bus| November 23, 2009

Web Extra: Northwestern U. debuts airport shuttle

Service will enable students to get to and from Chicago area airports for reasonable prices in time for the holidays.

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