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Monterey, Calif., taps light rail for transit corridor

Rail| October 30, 2009
16-mile corridor extends between Monterey and Castroville on the publicly owned tracks adjacent to Highway 1. Start of service is planned for early 2015.

Bridge closure pushes BART ridership up

Bus| October 30, 2009
Numbers expected to continue growing past record numbers.
Bus| October 30, 2009

AC Transit taps assistant GM to fill top spot

The District's board of directors tapped Assistant GM Mary King to head the District while it engages in a search for a permanent replacement.
Bus| October 30, 2009

TriMet to make extra stops on nighttime routes

Riders can request to be dropped off closer to their destinations between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Bus| October 30, 2009

Philly transit talks on hold

Talks delayed until hours before World Series begins.
Rail| October 30, 2009

AeCON Group to refurbish GO Transit

Under the contract, AeCON will refurbish Union Station’s 360,000 square-foot train shed covering 13 tracks and 23 platforms, replacing the existing roof with a new steel roof and a glass atrium that reaches 50 feet above the platform level.
Bus| October 30, 2009

Proterra shows all-electric bus in D.C.

Production of Proterra's transit bus using lithium-titanate batteries supplied by Altairnano could create over 6,000 green jobs in 21 states. A fleet of 500 buses operating over 12 years could cut emissions of CO2 by 840,000 tons and reduce oil consumption by 82 million gallons, according to the company.
Rail| October 29, 2009

APTA, UIC to host regional HSR seminars

The programs will feature practitioners from HSR systems around the world and focus on best practices and lessons learned from European and Asian systems. The curriculum will be tailored to the different issues in each city.
Motorcoach| October 29, 2009

El Camino Trailways, Accelar, 49ers launch shuttle

The joint marketing agreement will create, develop and promote alternative transportation and 49ers game day packages for fans from various locations across Northern California.
Rail| October 28, 2009

Report: Amtrak loses $32 per passenger

Subsidyscope calculated profits and losses per passenger to determine which routes cost Amtrak the most to operate. Its analysis was based on a 2005 GAO critique of Amtrak's accounting methods, which says the railroad should consider depreciation when calculating profitability.

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