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Ala. agency adds Seon systems

Bus| February 2, 2010
Montgomery (Ala.) Area Transit System utilized a Seon demo unit on one of its buses for a full year before choosing Seon as the company's mobile surveillance system provider.

Amtrak to conduct Mich. HSR improvement study

Rail| February 2, 2010
Will examine all infrastructure needs and costs required to allow for 110 mph train service along the corridor including any upgrade of tracks, bridges, signal systems, highway-rail grade crossing warning devices and stations as well as analyze freight and passenger train operations.
Bus| February 2, 2010

D.C. Metro launches anti-terrorism effort

Blue TIDE included a number of security sweeps and patrols at the Union Station Metrorail station and Metrobus boarding area outside of Union Station. Also served to remind the public to remain observant while riding Metro and report any suspicious behavior.
Bus| February 2, 2010

Valley Metro unveils ‘Try 1 in 5’ campaign

In February, employees from Valley Metro’s Business Services department will visit select workplaces and show colleagues how to find a carpool partner using the free “ShareTheRide” online ride-matching system at ShareTheRide.ValleyMetro.org.
Bus| February 1, 2010

MVTA 2009 ridership takes dip

Ridership had grown in correlation to increasing gas prices; however, it did notice a sharper drop in ridership on Minneapolis express routes than St. Paul express routes.
Bus| February 1, 2010

$79B U.S. DOT budget promotes safety, livable communities

The budget includes an additional $1 billion for high-speed rail, coming on the heels of President Obama and Vice President Biden's January 28 announcement of $8 billion in Recovery Act funds for states across the country to develop America's first nationwide program of high-speed intercity passenger rail service.
Bus| January 29, 2010

The T's government relations director dies

Monique Pegues directed the private sector lobbyists in Washington D.C., and Texas and managed local/regional government and community relations, grants administration and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise efforts of The T.
Rail| January 29, 2010

Envitech powers Olympic Line streetcar

Supplier designed, fabricated, installed and successfully tested two electric traction power substations for use to power Vancouver’s Olympic Line streetcar.
Bus| January 29, 2010

TTC to enhance customer service

Improvements include the formation of an advisory panel, adding a trip planner and Metropass vending machines, and SMS capability at all streetcar stops.
Rail| January 29, 2010

Bombardier launches Olympic Line in Vancouver

Bombardier Transportation and the City of Vancouver are co-sponsors of the 1.1-mile Olympic Line where Bombardier is operating two BOMBARDIER FLEXITY streetcars. Free service will be provided 18 hours a day, seven days a week, between Jan. 21 and March 21.

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