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SEPTA to pilot ‘QuietRide’ on select cars

Rail| January 7, 2009
Passengers will be asked to set cell phones on vibrate or mute and refrain from making or taking calls, wear headphones when listening to audio devices and keep conversations to a minimum using a low voice.

METRO Briefs

Accessibility| January 7, 2009
Rail firm accused in L.A. crash. FMCSA steps up operator vetting system. USF developing device to help disabled riders.
Sustainability| January 7, 2009

Odyne suspends operations

Odyne retained Matrix USA LLC to explore strategic alternatives in October 2008; however, its efforts have not been successful.
Rail| January 7, 2009

Chicago Transit, car sharing co. debut joint smart card

Customers signing up for membership with I-GO Car Sharing will be given the option to participate in the program and link the I-GO membership to a Chicago Card Plus.
Rail| January 7, 2009

N.Y. MTA testing bicycle hooks on select trains

If the pilot is successful, Metro-North will determine next steps on the M-8s with ConnDOT and on the M-7s with Long Island Rail Road, which has a large fleet of M-7s.
Accessibility| January 7, 2009

APTA: Transit users still save $8,300-plus yearly

Even with gas prices $1.378 lower than last year, the report calculates the monthly savings for public transit users at $697 per month based on today’s gas price of $1.727 as reported by AAA.
Rail| January 6, 2009

LaFrance Industries awarded Canadian contract

The company's eco-friendly seating fabric will be installed in BC Transit’s 115 new buses.
Management & Operations| January 6, 2009

Eaton sells VORAD to Bendix

The VORAD system is a radar-based collision warning system used by commercial vehicle original equipment manufacturers, major trucking fleets and specialty vehicle manufacturers.
Rail| January 5, 2009

STV wins Toronto light rail contract

The firm will provide program management and project management services to the TTC for Toronto’s Transit City Light Rail Plan.
Rail| January 5, 2009

Bombardier signs $2.1B deal with Deutsche Bahn

The 800 Next Generation double-deck coaches will include power outlets at the seats, first- and second-class seating areas, ergonomic seats and customer information systems.

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