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Management & Operations| June 26, 2009
Similar D.C. Metro crash unlikely in other cities. White House: Transportation system overhaul must wait. London Tube drivers impart wisdom.

CVSA: OOS rates, seat belt violations drop

Motorcoach| June 26, 2009
Approximately 17 trucks or buses were inspected, on average, every minute from Canada to Mexico during the 72-hour period from June 2 to 4, 2009.
Bus| June 26, 2009

Assetworks launches new Website

Enhancements to the Website include drop-down menus for improved navigation; more detailed information about the company, products and services; and an intelligent search bar.
Bus| June 26, 2009

Obama signs ARRA provision

The new measure enables transit agencies to amend previously submitted applications to redirect ARRA funds toward operating needs.
Rail| June 26, 2009

SFRTA passes amended Tri-Rail budget

The budget that was passed uses the total county contributions to maintain service. The mandated amounts include $1.567 million for operations and $2.6 million in tax contributions.
Bus| June 26, 2009

BART unveils labor negotiations Website

The site will feature regular updates on negotiations, facts and figures about BART's budget and contract with organized labor, blog entries and video content.
Bus| June 26, 2009

N.J. Transit rolls out summer discounts program

The agency has partnered with several Atlantic City hotels, restaurants and businesses to offer discounts on meals, accommodations, shopping, fishing trips and other attractions. Package deals include discounts on beach and amusement park admission.
Rail| June 25, 2009

DART sets Orange Line connection to airport

DART's board vote also adds a future light rail connection from the Orange Line to the Cotton Belt, a DART-owned rail line that crosses through airport property north of SH 114, which would provide additional rail access to the airport.
Accessibility| June 25, 2009

First Transit awarded Pa. contract

The contract is a three-year agreement with two optional renewal years that includes the operation, maintenance and management of a fleet of 28 vehicles.
Rail| June 25, 2009

D.C. Metro begins inspecting signaling circuits

Federal investigators found “anomalies’”' in a 740-foot-long circuit near the crash site that is part of the electronic control system. They are looking into whether a circuit malfunction might have sent one Red Line train crashing into another north of the Fort Totten station, killing nine and injuring about 80.

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