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Detroit's Rosa Parks transit center set to open

Bus| July 10, 2009
The $22.5 million three-story, 25,700-square-foot facility was funded with federal and state grants.

Port Authority debuts new railcars

Rail| July 10, 2009
The first seven cars of the new 340-train fleet are now on the tracks, kicking off the bi-state agency's modernization program that also will eventually include a new signal system and station upgrades.
Bus| July 10, 2009

CALSTART taps StarTrans-AzureDynamics hybrids

The 23-foot gasoline-electric hybrid buses are part of a national pilot program to speed commercialization of these fuel-saving vehicles, which are expected to yield 30 percent to 40 percent reductions in fuel use, with an accompanying 30 percent reduction in emissions.
Bus| July 10, 2009

METRO Briefs

BART strike on hold. BRT systems may aid climate battle. Task force to investigate Caltrain tracks.
Bus| July 10, 2009

DART unveils bus tracking info on Website

“Where's My Bus?” will enable riders to follow the progress of their bus via a Google map as it approaches their stop.
Bus| July 10, 2009

APTA: PT saves individuals $9,137 annually

Transit riders can save, on average, $761 per month, according to this month's report. The savings amount is based on the cost of the national averages for parking and driving, as well as the July 9 national average gas price of $2.58 per gallon for self-serve regular gasoline, as reported by AAA.
Accessibility| July 10, 2009

L.A. Metro now on Google Maps

Metro is the latest major transit agency to enter the Google Transit Partner Program. Google will have access to transit route and schedule data for the nearly 200 bus lines and five rail lines Metro operates within Los Angeles County.
Bus| July 10, 2009

CDTA goes wireless on Xpress service

Customers can connect their laptop or PDA to the Internet through a wireless router, which has been installed on all NX buses.
Bus| July 10, 2009

Daimler to supply N.C.'s PART with Orion VIIs

The Orion VII buses used by PART are ideal for the longer runs with its forward-facing seats and overhead storage racks, giving it more of a motorcoach feel once onboard.
Rail| July 10, 2009

D.C. Metro to prohibit cell phone use, texting

Officials will spend the next few days finalizing the language for its policy and notifying employees that the “three strikes” disciplinary policy that had been in place is a thing of the past.

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