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Illinois transit operator rolls out rebranding changes

Sustainability| September 24, 2008
MetroLINK, rebranded as Metro, is rolling out major changes, including a new slogan, logo, bus stop signs, graphics for the buses,and an Internet microsite.

Cleveland to redesign rapid station

Sustainability| September 24, 2008
The consumer-friendly design of the station will feature bicycle racks combined with a bicycle park that will include rental, repair, bike lockers and showers for bike commuters.
Bus| September 24, 2008

Toronto plans $50B transit expansion

When fully implemented, 75 percent of residents in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area will live within 1.2 miles of rapid transit, compared to just 42 percent currently.
Motorcoach| September 24, 2008

Greyhound adds 140 Prevost coaches

The new X3-45 motorcoaches from Prevost, are to be used on various intercity lines and will be delivered from February to July 2009.
Management & Operations| September 23, 2008

New York launches Google Transit

The new service enables users to access streamlined, regional trip-planning based on up-to-date schedule data across the subway, bus and rail systems.
Rail| September 23, 2008

NARP calls for deployment of PTC systems

Two pending bills in the Congress would begin to address the need for PTC by requiring Class I railroads to implement PTC in the coming years.
Rail| September 23, 2008

Bombardier wins Railpool contracts

The two contracts for the supply of 58 Bombardier Traxx locomotives from the leasing company Railpool amount to approximately $276 million.
Motorcoach| September 23, 2008

Montreal operator purchases four X3-45 coaches

The four coaches offer all the cutting-edge features found on new Prevosts, as well as wheelchair capability.
Management & Operations| September 22, 2008

Chicago Transit to test bus digital display board

Will test durability and power consumption of digital display board on one of its buses for a six-week pilot. Agency is expected to generate approximately $101 million over ten years.
Rail| September 22, 2008

URS Corp. acquires Tryck Nyman Hayes

Alaska-based engineering firm's services include civil, heavy freight rail, structural, transportation and waterfront engineering services.

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