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Chicago Transit Authority delays fare hikes

Bus| November 12, 2009
Deal struck with the state of Illinois to curtail increases in exchange for limited funds.

Denver RTD adds Spanish option to phone system

Bus| November 12, 2009
The myStop automated telephone system, which lets passengers get schedule information by phone, is similar to the voice-activated phone systems used by some airlines to relay flight schedule information.
Rail| November 11, 2009

Firetide video system to equip Korean subway

When completed in June 2010, it will be the first real-time, high-bandwidth mobile wireless video surveillance subway system in Korea and the world, costing an estimated total of $60 million.
Accessibility| November 11, 2009

Mass. senator urges DOT appointee to quit

New MassDOT appointee has a conflict of interest due to current membership on the MBTA Retirement Board, Sen. Baddour said.
Rail| November 11, 2009

Austin-San Antonio rail project seeks fed approval

District has submitted an application to receive a portion of the $8 billion in federal stimulus funding for rail. The Obama administration identified Texas’ I-35 rail corridor as a priority area for future passenger rail.
Bus| November 11, 2009

Cleveland RTA plans service cuts, not fare hikes

Actions taken to reduce costs include reducing staff, freezing salaries and eliminating the community circulator service.
Bus| November 11, 2009

DART customers report high satisfaction

Survey of more than 5,500 customers was conducted in August and has a margin of error of +/- 1.3 percent.
Bus| November 11, 2009

Chicago Transit Authority vendors agree to reductions

Commitments to reduce costs up to a total of $1 million on current contracts.
Bus| November 11, 2009

Exclusive: California Transit Association tackles transit challenges

Conference highlights included updates on state legislative affairs, tips on low-cost marketing, finding new sources of ad revenue, and offering Google Transit.
Bus| November 10, 2009

Calif.'s OCTA to cut bus service by 8 percent

Agency's board will cut an additional 8 percent if a sizable amount of state funding doesn't "materialize."

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