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MBTA to provide real-time arrival info

Rail| March 10, 2009
New Passenger and Train Information System (PTIS) includes the ability to precisely locate each train and calculate minute-accurate train arrival times to LED signs at all stations.

Washington transit joins blogosphere

Bus| March 10, 2009
King County Metro Transit’s “KCNews” blog, combined with the use of Twitter, caused the number of “KCNews” Twitter followers to nearly double to 1,108.
Rail| March 10, 2009

LaHood signs $900M agreement to fund D.C. Metrorail project

The 11.7-mile heavy rail line will be an extension to the existing Metrorail system and is projected to serve 85,700 daily riders by 2030, including an estimated 10,000 new daily transit riders.
Bus| March 10, 2009

TriMet commits $1M to bike parking facilities

Funds will increase secure bike parking by 65 percent over the current 380 lockers and launch a bike parking pilot project.
Motorcoach| March 9, 2009

ABA: motorcoach industry vibrant despite economy

Research indicates that the motorcoach industry may by benefiting from a travel mode shift as a result of the economy.
Rail| March 9, 2009

DART selects INIT, Kinkisharyo to expand ITS

On-board computers will provide automatic next stop announcements and communicate vehicle location and event messages to the central computer-aided dispatch/automatic vehicle location system.
Accessibility| March 9, 2009

First Transit signs new Calif. contract

Three-year agreement includes the operation, maintenance and management of 21 transit buses, which will provide local fixed route, intercity commuter and ADA paratransit services.
Accessibility| March 9, 2009

APTA: 10.7B transit trips taken in 2008

Public transportation use is up 38 percent since 1995, a figure that is almost triple the growth rate of the population (14 percent) and up substantially over the growth rate for the vehicle miles traveled (VMT) on U.S. highways (21 percent) for that same period.
Bus| March 9, 2009

Lake Erie Transit bus wrap wins award

“Spirit of Monroe” bus wrap design features various Monroe landmarks, including Custer's statue, the courthouse, Frenchtown Square, the Lotus Fountain in Loranger Square and sailboats on the lake.
Bus| March 9, 2009

NTSB aims to eliminate fatigue in transportation

Long concerned about the effect of human fatigue in transportation and the consequences of fatigue on those who perform critical functions in all modes of transportation, the NTSB has issued more than 100 fatigue related recommendations in all modes of transportation.

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