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Valley Metro to lower vanpooling cost

Bus| September 1, 2009
During the months of September and October, Valley Metro and their van contractor will offer one month free to those who form a new vanpool for commuting.

Continental sells PT solutions to Constellation

Bus| September 1, 2009
Within Constellation Software Inc., the Public Transit Solutions segment will be renamed Trapeze ITS and be run as a separate operating group of Trapeze Software Inc., which is one of the six business units of Constellation.
Rail| August 31, 2009

PB wins Chicago Blue Line contract

Responsible for schedule and cost control and quality/safety assurance, as well as construction supervision, inspection and documentation.
Motorcoach| August 31, 2009

MCI delivers J4500 to Calif. operator

This is Shalimar's second J4500. Its 12-coach fleet also includes MCI E4500 and D-Series coaches.
University| August 31, 2009

First Transit wins La., Ala., university contracts

Service provider signed a five-year agreement with Louisiana State University and a two-year agreement with the University of Alabama.
Bus| August 31, 2009

Idaho launches new mobility Website

The new site offers visitors information about and opportunities to participate in the design and management of Idaho's evolving efforts to move people using a mix of transportation modes.
Bus| August 31, 2009

LaHood: FTA beats Sept. 1 ARRA awards deadline

Since ARRA was signed into law on Feb. 17, grants totaling more than $6.7 billion have been made available for transit improvements throughout the country.
University| August 31, 2009

Hertz launches car program on Arizona campus

Members can access reserved cars on campus using a security code within a smart chip provided in their Hertz access card.
University| August 31, 2009

Northern Ky. U. program saves money, environment

Program allows university faculty, staff and students to ride all regular Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky bus routes and university shuttles for free.
Rail| August 31, 2009

SMU drops pedestrian bridge plans over funding

The pedestrian bridge is part of a $5.5 million grant request SMU presented to the North Central Texas Council of Governments in 2006.

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