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Northeast Trailways acquires Richards Coach

Motorcoach| February 4, 2009
Union allows Northeast to expand its customer base in the southeast region of Maine, while continuing to grow its clientele in central Maine.

MBTA equips rail fleet with defibrillators

Rail| February 3, 2009
To date, more than thirty Automated External Defibrillators have been installed on trains to protect passenger safety. The entire fleet will be equipped by the end of spring.
Motorcoach| February 3, 2009

Freightliner admitted into environmental excellence program

FCCC was selected primarily on the strength of its Zero Waste to Landfill efforts, a pilot program initiated by Daimler Trucks North America, FCCC's parent company.
Rail| February 3, 2009

N.J. completes light rail communication system

System enables dozens of responding agencies — including fire, police and EMS — to communicate with each other via a common radio channel, accessible from each department’s own radio equipment.
Accessibility| February 3, 2009

ATU proposal: transit should receive $30B annually

Plan calls for an annual 20 percent increase in federal transit funding, with the program being funded at a guaranteed level of more than $30 billion annually by 2015.
Motorcoach| February 3, 2009

ABA Product Pavilion packs exhibitors, attendees

Event retooled and renamed for Marketplace 2009 in Charlotte, N.C. with a more central location and educational seminars.
Accessibility| February 2, 2009

Chicago Transit taps interim president

Carter steps in for Ron Huberman, who resigned to accept a position as chief executive of the Chicago Public Schools.
Bus| February 2, 2009

CH2M HILL voted one of ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’

Firm selected, in part, due to its comprehensive and ongoing training and professional development programs, employee-ownership culture and work-life balance programs.
Motorcoach| February 2, 2009

NTSB investigating Arizona accident site

After inspecting the crash site, the investigators planned to head south to Kingman to evaluate the bus, according to AP reports.
Rail| February 2, 2009

Tri-Met launches commuter rail system

Costing $166 million, the 14.7-mile Westside Express Service (WES) runs north from Wilsonville to Beaverton.

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