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Daimler offering Setra training sessions

Motorcoach| February 11, 2009
Attendees will receive complete hands-on training and in-depth understanding of Setra S 417 and its components. The training will be in a classroom setting, as well as practical sessions on a coach.

METRO Briefs

Bus| February 11, 2009
Lawyer for ex-BART cop wants gag order lifted. Illinois labor leader possibly tapped to head FRA. Cell phones to use bus-tracking capabilities.
Rail| February 11, 2009

Record Metro-North ridership, satisfaction numbers

In all, MNR provided 84,220,427 trips last year with 83,554,482 rides taken aboard its trains, representing a 3.9 percent increase compared to 2007, and includes ridership on the railroad's ferries and buses, which reached 665,945 in 2008, a one-year increase of 9 percent.
Rail| February 11, 2009

Hill International to manage L.A. Metro Gold Line

Will oversee implementation of design/build contract including design, construction and quality assurance/quality control.
Bus| February 11, 2009

Idaho adds Sprinters to fleet

The two new shuttle buses have a rear-lift and can accommodate up to 15 passengers plus driver.
Motorcoach| February 10, 2009

MCI delivers D4505s to Tennessee

Coaches are Anchor Trailways’ first new ones in about 10 years, and its first-ever new MCIs.
Rail| February 10, 2009

Clear Channel tests wrap on Chicago train car

Ad from the Illinois Bureau of Tourism will feature the likenesses of the four presidents with Illinois roots: Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses Grant, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama.
Accessibility| February 10, 2009

Senate passes stimulus bill

Bill that includes $8.4 billion for transit must now go to conference with the House, which passed an $819 billion version of the bill late last month.
Rail| February 10, 2009

Wabtec wins GO Transit order

Locomotives will contain a number of components produced by other Wabtec subsidiaries, including braking equipment, relays, contactors, air compressors, brake shoes and radiators.
Bus| February 10, 2009

N.J. Transit, tourism corp., to promote joint ticketing

Will promote ease of traveling between Philadelphia and New York — via N.J. Transit and SEPTA — with a connection at the Trenton Transit Center, a convenient and affordable way to get to Philadelphia hotels.

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