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Bus| May 20, 2009
Witnesses: BART transit officer seemed shocked. Fare evaders exploiting N.Y. MTA bus service. CATS transit chief heads to San Antonio.

Amtrak breaks ground on new Fla. train station

Rail| May 20, 2009
Renovation project in Sanford, Fla., is scheduled to begin in mid-June 2009 and is targeted for completion in the fall of 2010.
Rail| May 20, 2009 revamps Website

The upgraded version features new search functionality and improved upload, site navigation and drill-down capabilities.
Bus| May 19, 2009

IC Bus delivers shuttles for St. Paul, Minn. zoo

The move is an effort to improve service, quality and reduce greenhouse gases. A $1.6 million federal grant helped pay for the buses, according to IC Bus.
Bus| May 19, 2009

4 MBTA unions agree to wage freeze

If agency's other unions, representing everyone from bus drivers to transit police, make a similar concession, it stands to save about $17.3 million in the FY 2010 budget, according to authority officials.
Rail| May 19, 2009

Metrolink awards inward-facing camera contract

The cameras will record all engineer and other staff activity for forensic and investigative purposes and is designed to serve as a deterrent to the type of unauthorized activities that were revealed at the NTSB's hearing on last fall's Chatsworth collision.
Rail| May 19, 2009

D.C. Metro 'flight attendant' provides safety tips in video

Animated video is modeled after the “brief safety presentations” seen on many airplanes.
Bus| May 19, 2009

Artist unveils final design for WTC Transportation Hub

A never-before-seen model of the design, which preserves the overall integrity of Santiago Calatrava's original plan, is currently on display at the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute as part of an exhibition.
Accessibility| May 19, 2009

Espar receives CARB approval

The supplier was the first fuel-operated heater manufacturer to have their Airtronic D2 and D4 as well as their Hydronic 5 approved by the California Air Resource Board.
Rail| May 18, 2009

DART Green Line rail project heading into final stretch

Bolstered by the receipt of $78.4 million in ARRA funds, the Green Line rail project is headed for on-time and on-budget arrival at four new stations on Sept.14, 2009.

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