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Rowdyism threatens University of Oregon’s late-night buses

University| April 27, 2009
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.

Calif. invests $176M in clean transportation

Sustainability| April 27, 2009
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.
Bus| April 24, 2009

METRO Briefs

Simonetta to step down. D.C. Metro to spend $1.7M on art. Port Authority to take over WTC project.
Sustainability| April 24, 2009

EDF, NAFA develop greenhouse gas calculator

Estimates total fleet GHG emissions from fuel consumption data directly used to calculate emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), which accounts for about 95 percent of greenhouse gas from vehicles.
Bus| April 24, 2009

Construction begins for Minn.’s first BRT

BRT Brief
Rail| April 24, 2009

Safety blitz aimed at cutting rail crossing incidents

Events will take place at eight Charlotte, N.C., area railroad crossings over the four-day period of April 27 to 30 and will focus on increasing awareness of highway-rail grade crossing safety.
Bus| April 24, 2009

Long Beach Transit unveils new hybrid fleet

San Diego-based ISE Corp., provided the hybrid-electric drive systems, while New Flyer Industries manufactured the new buses.
Rail| April 24, 2009

New 'Star Trek' ad debuts at D.C .Metrorail station

In promoting the new movie, Paramount Pictures is the first to use the digital projector technology to advertise in the Metrorail system. The ad for the movie will be displayed through the end of April.

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