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Bus| September 10, 2009
Former BART officer to stand trial for murder. Coach driver exonerated. Senate confirms new MTA Chairman.

MBTA announces bus service improvements

Bus| September 10, 2009
With GPS technology, the T's 1,040 buses are tracked in real-time, allowing bus dispatchers to know the exact location of each bus, and the ability to immediately detect delays in service.
Bus| September 10, 2009

GCRTA breaks ground on Tubbs Jones Transit Center

The late Congresswoman was a strong supporter of transit in general and this facility in particular. The $6.4 million transit center, named in Jones’ honor, is expected to open in fall 2011.
Bus| September 10, 2009

ABA partners with Monster.com

Members will have access to Monster’s TargetPost, an eCommerce solution, allowing them to select a posting using a set of pre-defined job titles with associated job descriptions in a variety of industries, including transportation.
Bus| September 10, 2009

Rotary Lift launches inspection program

Nationwide heavy-duty lift inspection program, “Inspect to Protect,” makes it easy to find a qualified lift inspector. Also provides a certificate detailing what was found during the inspection, any adjustments made and parts replaced for each lift.
Bus| September 10, 2009

CTA to debut developer Web tools page

Will provide pre-packaged application program interfaces, or APIs, initially for bus and rail schedules, customer alerts and Bus Tracker. Improved data access will enable developers to create new desktop and mobile applications.
Bus| September 10, 2009

NYSDOT receives ARRA funds for rural transit

The $20 million in funding will enable small cities and rural counties to purchase 149 buses, upgrade maintenance facilities, build bus shelters and install signage.
Motorcoach| September 9, 2009

ABA trip planning tool tops 50 destinations

Online info includes resources for bus and tour operators seeking information on motorcoach parking, drop-off points and other critical information has more than doubled in the number of destination resources provided in the past few months.
Management & Operations| September 9, 2009

METRO Briefs

Father still fighting. Report: Walder likely to be confirmed. Dubai launching first metro system.
Bus| September 9, 2009

NTSB workers barred from using wireless devices

Outright ban of using wireless devices while driving puts stricter rules on NTSB employees than the citizens of all 50 states.

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