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TTC report recommends Bombardier

Rail| April 28, 2009
New light rail vehicles will help address crowding on the TTC’s streetcar routes, and accommodate ridership growth.

ABA, TPOC form partnership

Motorcoach| April 28, 2009
Partnership will include the co-branding of each association's conferences, special introductory member offers and Internet brand exposure on each other's Websites.
Bus| April 27, 2009

L.A. Metro completes transit solar panel installation

Will reduce purchase of utility power, which is anticipated to reduce carbon emissions by more than 3,700 metric tons, equivalent to planting more than 550 acres of trees and taking more than 600 cars off the road.
Bus| April 27, 2009

UMA: operators increasingly using

Membership is relying on Internet marketing channels at a much higher rate while reliance on more traditional marketing vehicles like the Yellow Pages, radio and newspaper ads have dropped on average of 5 percent over the last year.
University| April 27, 2009

Montana school offers ‘sneak preview’ of bus service

The new service will shuttle students, faculty and staff between main campus, an outlying college and a park-and-ride lot. Buses will run with a frequency of five to 15 minutes.
Rail| April 27, 2009

Student president-elect pushes for bus system at Ithaca College

Although he’s optimistic that administration officials will take a hard look at his proposal, Goodwin realizes that the required upfront capital investment will be difficult to justify during an economic downturn.
University| April 27, 2009

Rowdyism threatens University of Oregon’s late-night buses

The late-night bus service quickly grew in popularity. University students frequenting bars along the 79x route began to ride the late-night bus, finding it a convenient mode of travel, especially when they were intoxicated.
Sustainability| April 27, 2009

Calif. invests $176M in clean transportation

Plan looks to stimulate green transportation projects and encourage innovation to help meet the state's aggressive climate change policies.
Rail| April 27, 2009

Parsons signs Houston light rail contract

Construction contract, valued at $1.46 billion, is projected to generate approximately 60,000 direct and indirect jobs before the four light rail lines, approximately 20 miles, are completed.
Bus| April 24, 2009

Community Transit program deters car theft

Vehicle thefts have dropped dramatically: from 82 in 2006, the last year before the bait car program, to just 20 in 2008.

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