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ABA urges government crackdown

Motorcoach| September 19, 2008
Association also introduces a 10-point plan to stop illegal operators.

Bombardier Sprinter on display in design exhibition

Rail| September 19, 2008
Train is being presented at the newly opened Contemporary Space of The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in Athens, Greece, the European center for architecture, art, design and urban studies.
Sustainability| September 18, 2008

Freightliner debuts hybrid-electric chassis at BusCon

The MB-HEV, equipped with the Eaton hybrid-electric system and featuring a diesel engine coupled with an electric motor/generator and lithium-ion batteries, offers up to a 40 percent reduction in fuel consumption.
Rail| September 18, 2008

TAC wins video, communication contract

The project is funded by the Department of Homeland Security and purchased through the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Association.
Rail| September 18, 2008

San Francisco Muni opens light rail facility

The addition effectively doubles Muni light rail capacity and provides light rail operations and maintenance on both sides of San Francisco.
Motorcoach| September 18, 2008

NTSB: Motorcoaches can still be made safer

Acting Chairman Rosenker highlighted the need for improvements in occupant protection systems, strengthened government oversight of operators and more rapid deployment of advanced motorcoach safety technologies.
Rail| September 17, 2008

METRO Briefs

Sen. Clinton proposes new transit bill. Investigators to query freight crew. California seeks operator cell phone ban.
Motorcoach| September 17, 2008

MCI to use pre-negotiated Chapter 11 to restructure

Company granted approval to continue all customer programs without interruption and pay post-petition expenses without seeking court approval.
Bus| September 16, 2008

Sound Transit enhances services to meet demand

Express routes will see changes, such as new trips to increase frequency, minor schedule adjustments or major rerouting to places like new transit facilities.
Accessibility| September 16, 2008

Canadian study calls for increased Fed investment

The call was supported by the release of an economic study by HDR Decision Economics Inc. that analyzed the optimal supply and demand for urban transit in Canada.

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