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MARTA ARRA funds reallocated to mend deficit

Bus| May 27, 2009
Atlanta agency, in turn, will reallocate $25 million of its capital dollars to fund transit-related projects in its service area.

EnerDel to equip AC Transit fuel cell buses

Bus| May 27, 2009
The transit authority will use the company’s lithium-ion batteries on its 16 new hybrid-electric fuel cell buses. Twelve of the buses will be used by a consortium of Bay Area transit operators in the California Air Resources Board's only Advanced Zero-Emission Bus Demonstration program.
Bus| May 27, 2009

Report: Seon named 'leading' mobile video supplier

Company achieved more than 45.9 percent of the world’s school bus mobile surveillance market in 2008, a figure four times greater than the next largest supplier.
Rail| May 27, 2009

Dallas, Fort Worth exploring PPP for rail expansion

The 67.7-mile project, known as the Cotton Belt Rail Line, will operate principally on a 54-mile DART-owned rail corridor of the same name.
Sustainability| May 27, 2009

T4 America applauds clean energy bill passage

Bill advances legislation to strengthen state-level reductions in transportation emissions.
Bus| May 27, 2009

D.C. Metro re-launching Next Bus in July

When the Next Bus system becomes available, Metrobus customers will be able to get real-time bus arrival information on Metro’s Website, by telephone or from electronic signs installed at select Metrobus stops.
Bus| May 26, 2009

San Diego assoc. awards $9.4M for 'smart growth'

Awarded through the first funding cycle of the new TransNet Smart Growth Incentive Program, which will issue grants every two years for the 40-year life of the TransNet extension approved by voters in 2004.
Bus| May 26, 2009

Rogoff receives Senate approval to head FTA

John Porcari's nomination as deputy secretary of transportation was also approved by the Senate. He previously served as secretary of the Maryland Department of Transportation.
Bus| May 26, 2009

Cleveland salaried worker pay cut 3 percent

GCRTA has already reduced salaried positions by 5 percent, frozen wages for all salaried employees, instituted a partial hiring freeze, restricted travel, received supplemental funding from the NOACA and reduced overtime.
University| May 25, 2009

University Transit Briefs

Students reselling discounted passes online. Mo. city looks to boost ridership with no fares. Steering committee to look at transit options for region.

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