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NCTD develops 'free rides to college' promo

University| August 17, 2009
Sprinter light rail and Breeze bus transit services help alleviate parking and traffic congestion at the three North County colleges.

Minn. transit agency unveils new marketing campaign

University| August 17, 2009
SouthWest Transit will introduce other ads and promotional materials such as T-shirts, bumper stickers and postcards later in August as the entire marketing campaign is finalized and rolled out.
Motorcoach| August 17, 2009

MCI delivers 5 J4500 coaches to Kentucky

In 2009, MCI made wide-ride suspension, electronic stability control and a Blaupunkt entertainment system standard features.
Bus| August 17, 2009

Omnitrans provides college students with free trips

In partnership with Cal State University San Bernardino; Chaffey, Crafton Hills and San Bernardino Valley Colleges; and Loma Linda University, Omnitrans will handout 26,000 of the $10-value Go Smart passes. When activated during the first week of the fall session, it is good for seven consecutive days of unlimited travel anywhere in the agency's 480 square-mile service area.
Motorcoach| August 14, 2009

Coach driver honored for life-saving actions

Lorenzo Moody, Sr. is credited with helping to save the life of fellow coach driver from Spirit Coach based in Madison, Ala.
Management & Operations| August 14, 2009

METRO Briefs

Canadian motorcoach groups get TV ad pulled. Mich. MTA to operators: Damage equipment and be fired. ATU sets BART strike for Monday.
Bus| August 14, 2009

CTA outlines new fare collection project

Contact-less fare payment system would reduce the need for customers to carry cash or have the right denomination or currency to ride the system.
Accessibility| August 14, 2009

Utah transit chooses AT&T for wireless

System will facilitate real-time fare collection — which reduces passenger boarding times — and simplifies fare payment.
Bus| August 13, 2009

Consultant launches transportation blog

Fierro, a former newspaper and magazine editor who worked as a director of public information for the Florida DOT and assistant director of public affairs for the Virginia DOT, said the blog is designed for those who work in the transportation industry.
Rail| August 13, 2009

ARRA to fund two SEPTA station renovations

The $25 million project represents the first modernization for the Girard and Spring Garden stations since original construction in the late 1920s. Improvements include new elevators, stairs, lighting, signage and fire alarm systems.

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