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N.J. to test mobile train departure board service

Rail| August 12, 2009
New service displays train departure boards on mobile devices, such as iPhones, Blackberries or Web-enabled cell phones.

Seon offering customers lease financing option

Bus| August 12, 2009
Allows customers to acquire all the equipment they need up front, enabling them to purchase of newer technology that might otherwise be out of reach due to cost.
Bus| August 12, 2009

CDTA chief Melleady resigning

Melleady began his tenure at the Albany, N.Y.-based agency in 2004 as director of operations and became executive director in 2006.
Bus| August 12, 2009

METRO Briefs

Aloisi vows to improve MBTA. Safety goals demanded after S.F. Muni crashes. N.Y. MTA transit workers win wage hike.
Rail| August 12, 2009

Bombardier wins German maintenance contract

Existing maintenance contracts between Bombardier and LNVG will run until 2022, increasing the value by approximately $57 million.
Bus| August 12, 2009

N.Y. MTA, Clever Devices demo SmartBus technology

Thirty MTA buses servicing 34th Street in Manhattan will feature next stop announcements. Real-time arrival information will be provided at eight bus shelters.
Bus| August 12, 2009

ARRA to fund $1.5M TriMet parking facility

Includes construction of 329 parking spaces; installation of curbs, retaining walls, sidewalks and driveways; pedestrian improvements; and paving and striping.
Bus| August 11, 2009

511 Transit hailed as "great" government Website

Site is a one-stop source for transit information, offering online trip planning as well as route, fare and schedule data for dozens of different transit operators throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Rail| August 11, 2009

Amtrak partners with Google Transit

Trip Planner provides users with up to three different transit- and rail-based options to get to their destination. Included is the amount of time each option will take, the number and mode of transfers, and walking directions from the train station to the destination.
Bus| August 11, 2009

BART unions split on contract approval

The new contract, which will save BART an estimated $65 million in labor costs over the next four years, avoids layoffs and furloughs; foregoes raises over the next three years in favor of one-time bonuses; reduces benefits; and changes work rules to give management more say over how employees can be deployed.

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