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Bombardier demos streetcars for Vancouver

Management & Operations| June 10, 2009
Two Flexity trams will operate daily on a demonstration line between January 21 and March 21, 2010 near Vancouver’s Olympic and Paralympic Village.

Setra S 417 prepared for 2010 emission standards

Motorcoach| June 9, 2009
First Setra with SCR technology will be featured at the 2010 UMA Motorcoach Expo in Las Vegas.
Accessibility| June 9, 2009

Trans/Air launches service parts Website

Customer Connect allows for the online purchase of service parts. It also provides a convenient way for customers to view account information as well as detailed information about current and past orders.
Bus| June 9, 2009

Federal transportation policy overhaul proposed

NTPP proposes narrowing 100-plus transportation programs to a more manageable six core funding programs, which would be competitive and performance-based.
Rail| June 8, 2009

N.J. Transit breaks ground on Mass Transit Tunnel

The $8.7 billion project is expected to generate and sustain 6,000 jobs through the construction phase of two new rail tunnels under the Hudson River, an expanded New York Penn Station and other key elements.
Rail| June 8, 2009

DART test trains up and running

Tests will be conducted on an almost daily basis until the section opens September 14. The tests are designed to evaluate the operation of the new light rail track and to familiarize rail operators with the operating characteristics of the trains on the new line.
Bus| June 8, 2009

McMillan named FTA deputy administrator

McMillan currently serves as the deputy executive director of policy for the San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
Accessibility| June 8, 2009

MBTA expands cell phone ban

Effective immediately, MBTA contractors, including Mass Bay Commuter Rail (MBCR), The RIDE paratransit service, and commuter boat and private bus contractors will comply with the directive issued to MBTA operators last month.
Rail| June 8, 2009

FTA, ARRA to fund ARC project

The agency will make a “down payment” toward an eventual commitment of $3 billion by approving a $1.35 billion Early Systems Work Agreement (ESWA). The project will allow NJ Transit to double rail service capacity into Manhattan.
Bus| June 5, 2009

METRO Briefs

No rep. from Nev. at HSR conference. Congress: Florida risks losing future funding. Northern Calif. transit faces service cuts.

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