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China adds Bombardier high-speed signaling system

Rail| January 13, 2010
Thousands of miles of lines in China will be equipped with the new system as part of the development of the DPL network, planned to include 8,000 miles of high-speed lines by 2013.

UTC fuel cell reaches durability milestone

Bus| January 13, 2010
Three of AC Transit’s buses are equipped with the fuel cell systems and have now traveled more than 213,000 miles, with an average fuel economy that is 65 percent better than the control fleet of diesel buses running the same routes and duty cycles.
Rail| January 13, 2010

Chicago's Metra opens ARRA-funded parking lot

ARRA funded $1 million of the $1.1 million project, which added 329 parking spaces and included the construction of two new stairways to the platforms. A bus bay and landscaping will be completed this spring.
Bus| January 12, 2010

Baltimore launches eco-friendly shuttle service

Charm City Circulator is a fleet of 21 eco-friendly buses that will travel along three routes in Baltimore City.
Bus| January 12, 2010

Calif. Gov.'s budget could force more OCTA cuts

Cuts would be deeper than those approved last November.
Bus| January 12, 2010

Ind. agency purchases two Azure CitiBus hybrids

Terre Haute Transit selected the vehicles in part for the environmental benefits. MidWest Transit Equipment managed the sale.
Bus| January 12, 2010

APTA: Public transit saves riders $9,242 annually

Riders can save on average $770 per month. Amount is based on the cost of the national averages for parking and driving, as well as the January 11 national average gas price of $2.75 per gallon for self-serve regular gasoline as reported by AAA.
Rail| January 12, 2010

Final rule issued requiring PTC for major rail lines

Train control systems such as PTC are now mandatory for most passenger rail operations and for trains hauling certain hazardous materials, but are not required for closed passenger rail systems such as light rail, rapid transit and subways.
Bus| January 12, 2010

Clean Energy to build, operate 3 CNG fueling stations

Contracts with parking shuttle and ground transportation operators at international airports in Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, and Las Vegas.
Rail| January 12, 2010

France adds Alstom trains in $188.4M order

The initial contract, signed in October 2009, totaled $1.1 billion for the supply of 100 Coradia Polyvalent trains. The first 119 trainsets will be distributed beginning in 2013, with the total number of trains potentially reaching 1,000 units and generating over $10 billion.

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