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Pitt. Port Authority drivers approve contract

Management & Operations| December 8, 2008
Changes in contract provisions relative to the provision of healthcare, pensions and post-retirement healthcare benefits will reduce Port Authority’s legacy obligation costs by approximately $92.8 million over the four-year life of the contract.

UGA orders 20 low-floor NABI buses

University| December 8, 2008
Because of its high-density operation, the university opted for a seating package that allows large numbers of “standing” passengers.
Sustainability| December 8, 2008

Oklahoma State will shift bus fleet to CNG

OSU plans to replace its 20 diesel-powered buses with CNG buses over the next five years and expects the first eight to be in operation by the fall of 2009. The transit buses are those used on campus and within the Stillwater community.
University| December 8, 2008

Illinois State University seeks parking/transportation director

Director develops and evaluates policies and procedures, operational methods and short- and long-term strategies, and collaborates with university administrators and others to ensure that policies and procedures are compatible with the university mission and master plans
University| December 8, 2008

University of Minnesota adds 16 buses to fleet

First Transit, the university’s shuttle bus contractor, purchased the standard diesel buses — 40- and 60-foot Van Hools — while the university purchased the hybrid bus, which was manufactured by Gillig Corp.
Accessibility| December 8, 2008

American Bus Products to supply TTC with paratransit buses

The first "Friendly Bus" is expected to arrive in Toronto in early 2009, with regular deliveries to follow until the end of 2010 when the order of 110 buses will be fulfilled.
Rail| December 8, 2008

APTA: Transit ridership spikes despite lower gas prices

Third quarter's 6.5 percent transit ridership increase continues the trend of more and more Americans turning to public transportation in record numbers, according to APTA.
Rail| December 8, 2008

Bombardier lands French locomotive contract

The transport and logistics branch of French Railways has confirmed a contract with Bombardier Transportation to supply 80 interoperable diesel electric TRAXX F140 DE locomotives.
Management & Operations| December 5, 2008

METRO Briefs

MBTA to pilot seatless railcars. Politicians, advocates react to MTA panel plan. Charlotte exec: rail success overshadows problems.
Rail| December 5, 2008

Metro-North goes high-tech to examine catenaries

Multi-functional process will use sensors, including a camera that will photograph every inch of the New Haven catenary system and transfer those images to a computer that will determine the height, stagger (horizontal deviation of the wire from centerline of the track below it) and contact wear on the underside of the catenary wires to determine any present or potential problems.

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