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First Transit signs new Ohio contract

Accessibility| January 15, 2009
The three-year agreement includes operation, maintenance and management of a fleet of 37 transit buses for fixed-route and paratransit services.

MCI delivers, takes new order

Motorcoach| January 15, 2009
The Coach USA order includes 27 J4500s and 13 D4505s that will be used for operations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, and five J4500s for its Coach Canada operations.
Bus| January 14, 2009

METRO Briefs

Arizona launches BRT. Bus-only lane benefits outweigh parking woes. Gov. Doyle seeking high-speed rail stimulus funding.
Management & Operations| January 14, 2009

Chicago to expand Bus Tracker program

The number of visitors to the CTA Bus Tracker Website has steadily increased; since Nov. 1, the site has logged an average of approximately 20,000 visits per weekday.
Bus| January 14, 2009

GCRTA ridership rises for sixth consecutive year

Growth had not been predicted, due to service cuts and a 25-cent fare increase implemented last year.
Rail| January 13, 2009

FTA to provide $428.3M for Utah rail extension

When complete, the project will include nine stations, 3,035 park-and-ride spaces, and 28 transit vehicles.
University| January 13, 2009

Princeton launches new campus transit system

The upgrade of the bus system is part of Princeton’s Sustainability Plan and is expected to help reduce by 10 percent the number of students, faculty and staff commuting to campus by car by 2020.
Management & Operations| January 13, 2009

DRI Mobitec Group wins Belgium orders

Products to be supplied will include light-emitting diode (LED) and thin-film transistor (TFT) electronic information display systems, voice announcement systems and global positioning satellite control units.
University| January 13, 2009

Report finds bus ridership hike among colleges, universities

According to the study, key challenges facing university transit include provision of accessible services, seasonality of service and related workforce issues, and the rising cost of fuel and other services.
University| January 13, 2009

Ottawa colleges link shuttle bus systems

The 14 routes operated by the four colleges provide service to several key suburbs in the sprawling city, which covers 1,800 square miles and has a population of 1.2 million.

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