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Bombardier wins Malaysian APM extension contract

Rail| November 26, 2008
Contract is valued at approximately $57 million, with Bombardier's share valued at approximately $35 million.

AASHTO campaign to air public's concerns

Bus| November 25, 2008
Organization will continue the campaign through the Presidential Inauguration and share feedback with members of Congress and the White House early next year.
Rail| November 25, 2008

CATS celebrates LYNX Blue Line anniversary

In addition to providing a convenient form of transportation for the region, LYNX has also proven to be an important stimulus to the local economy, with private development investment along the line topping $1.86 billion.
Motorcoach| November 25, 2008

Study: Bus ridership surges to record levels

Growth of bus travel has cut carbon dioxide emissions by about 36,000 tons and reduced fuel use by an estimated 3.48 million gallons (diesel fuel, gasoline and jet fuel) over the past year.
Rail| November 25, 2008

Amtrak taps Boardman as new president/CEO

Filling of position follows the departure of Alex Kummant earlier this month. Chief Operating Officer William Crosbie served as acting CEO in the interim.
Rail| November 25, 2008

N.Y. MTA launches text message, email alert system

Marks the first time that agency will send timely notifications of unplanned service disruptions on subways, buses, bridges or tunnels, and is the first MTA service to use text messaging.
Motorcoach| November 25, 2008

UMA discusses priorities with Obama team

Topics included the FTA’s Final Charter Bus Rule, as well as occupant protection and the enforcement of the FMCSA's new entrant program.
University| November 24, 2008

Indiana University uses bus wrap to spread word

Vinyl wrap, which cost $12,000, promotes the benefits of the Indiana University Student Association, extolling its efforts in the areas of volunteerism, sustainability, diversity, and legislative and governmental relations.
University| November 24, 2008

U.C. Santa Cruz seeks transit supervisor

Supervisor will support the daily operation of the campus transit system, consisting of the campus day shuttle services, campus night shuttle services, premium services, charter services and the Fremont Bart Connector Service.
University| November 24, 2008

Transportation-parking managers: Salaries are ‘low’

A majority of university transportation and parking directors, assistant directors, managers and supervisors in the U.S. believe their salaries are low based on their duties and responsibilities.

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