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Northern Ky. U. program saves money, environment

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

SMU drops pedestrian bridge plans over funding

Rail| August 31, 2009
The pedestrian bridge is part of a $5.5 million grant request SMU presented to the North Central Texas Council of Governments in 2006.
University| August 31, 2009

UTA, Utah campus partner with car sharing program

Encourages students at local universities and colleges to consider using car sharing instead of bringing a car to campus.
University| August 31, 2009

Illinois university launches safe ride program

Students who are on campus late simply dial the SafeRides number, tell the dispatcher where they are located, and a minibus will pick them up and drop them off at their desired location within the designated service area.
University| August 31, 2009

W. Va. University PRT system back in service

Introduced at WVU in 1975, the personal rapid transit system was the first fully-automated rapid transit system in the world.
Bus| August 31, 2009

AECOM acquires LAN Engineering Corp.

The acquisition of LAN strengthens AECOM's transportation practice, according to the company.
Motorcoach| August 31, 2009

N.C. passes new motorcoach license restriction

Effective December 1, 2009, persons required to register under the sex offender and public protection registration plans will be denied a “Passenger” or “School Bus” endorsement.
Bus| August 28, 2009

METRO Briefs

Judge rules HSR EIS inadequate. CUMTD continues green push. Arists to beautify Fla. bus stops.
Bus| August 28, 2009

NYCT testing turbine-powered bus

The DesignLine buses, which have a capacity of either 35 or 37 seats, depending on the configuration, with 30 standees, are anticipated to have significantly reduced maintenance costs, and include a 12-year warranty on the turbine engine and lithium-ion battery pack, eliminating the need for midlife replacement.
Bus| August 28, 2009

Miami-Dade receives FTA stimulus funding

Of the total $64.5 million, $9.7 million will be allocated to 24 Miami-Dade municipalities for transit related projects within their respective municipal boundaries.

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