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Calif. to extend HSR corridor to Las Vegas

Rail| July 6, 2009
In April, President Obama, Vice President Biden and Secretary LaHood announced the effort to transform the nation's transportation system by developing rail infrastructure and launching high-speed passenger rail services in 100 mile to 600 mile corridors that connect U.S. communities.

Bombardier supplies Austria, Canada

Rail| July 6, 2009
Received orders for 23 Flexity Outlook trams from Linz, Austria, and for seven Bombardier BiLevel commuter rail vehicles from South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority in Vancouver.
Motorcoach| July 6, 2009

MCI delivers to N.J., Fla.

The Kennedy Space Center added six D4505s to its fleet, and Sewell, N.J.-based Enchanted Tours purchased an E4500.
Bus| July 2, 2009

Maine's Nadeau named FHWA deputy administrator

Since 2002, Nadeau served as Maine Department of Transportation's deputy commissioner for Policy, Planning and Communications.
Accessibility| July 2, 2009

Minnesota disabled vets ride free

Disabled veterans simply need to show the proper identification card to bus operators of any fixed-route service in the state, including Metro Transit and suburban transit providers in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.
Bus| July 2, 2009

Southern California adds NABI buses to fleet

The 30 buses feature low floors for quick, easy boarding, disc brakes, LED lighting and automatic next-stop announcements.
Rail| July 2, 2009

US Railcar to resume DMU production

The US Railcar DMU was prototyped through a demonstration project in 2002 and is currently the only FRA-compliant DMU operating in revenue service in North America.
Rail| July 2, 2009

L.B. Foster to equip CTA rail

The supplier has begun delivery of 80-foot rail sections, direct fixation (DFF) fasteners, insulated joints and contact rail insulators for the construction on the project, which will eliminate slow zones on CTA's Blue Line.
Bus| July 2, 2009

San Diego to consider outsourcing bus operations

In order to partially alleviate NCTD's financial situation, staff is recommending the board consider the complete outsourcing of bus operations and maintenance as a significant cost savings measure.
Bus| July 1, 2009

ARRA to fund Ind. transit center

Money will be used to build the $20.9 million, 167,000-acre Emil “Lucky” Reznick Operations, Administration and Maintenance Facility, the largest transit project to be built in Indiana in more than a decade.

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