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S. Carolina university plans petroleum-free fleet

Bus| December 7, 2009
By 2015, all vehicles on the Columbia campus will be powered by ethanol, biodiesel, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), electricity or hydrogen fuel cells. A hydrogen hybrid bus will become part of the university’s shuttle service in January.

DHS to study chemical attacks on subways

Rail| December 4, 2009
Will involve the release of common, harmless tracer gases on underground portion of MBTA subway system from December 5 to 11.
Rail| December 4, 2009

Va. group advocates for streetcars

Coalition supports bringing service to Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax counties.
Bus| December 4, 2009

Report: N.Y. transit not prepared for emergencies

Inspector suggests appointing a central coordinator to oversee all emergency planning.
Accessibility| December 3, 2009

Calif.'s Gold Coast Transit adopts fare increase

In the past year, State Transit Assistance funding was eliminated completely and the Transportation Development Act Funds that local government use to pay for GCT transit service declined sharply.
Bus| December 3, 2009

Study: U.S. transit safety programs for female riders lacking

Only about one-third of surveyed transit agencies believed specific programs should be put in place for women and only three had initiated programs addressing women's security needs.
Rail| December 3, 2009

MTI study examines failure, success of rail systems

Portland and San Diego emerged as leaders based on study definitions of ridership and productivity success.
Bus| December 3, 2009

Irisbus to add Citelis hybrid model

Signed an agreement with BAE Systems for the supply of components for the power chain for its new-generation hybrid buses.
Bus| December 3, 2009

SEPTA adds bus schedules to Google Transit

All bus, rail and trolley schedules are available for anyone using Google Maps or agency Website to plan a trip in the Philadelphia region.
Accessibility| December 3, 2009

Chicago area transit joins White House Jobs Summit

An alliance of the nation’s top metro transit systems, including New York, Boston and Washington, D.C., met with key members of Congress to highlight the opportunity to invest in creating jobs and boost the economic recovery.

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