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UNM ratchets up the pressure

University| September 15, 2008
The station will provide tire pressure measurement and adjustment service to student, staff and faculty vehicles.

WVU begins campaign for alternative transportation

University| September 15, 2008
Throughout the week, WVU’s Department of Transportation and Parking will promote alternative forms of transportation.
University| September 15, 2008

University of Wisconsin seeks transportation director

The director leads a department dedicated to providing innovative transportation solutions to serve the university community.
University| September 12, 2008

Arkansas colleges connected by commuter bus

University officials hope that students, faculty and staff can use Routes 50 and 54 to get to and from the university.
Motorcoach| September 12, 2008

Chartrand Inc. adds six Prevost H3-45s

Chartrand Inc., a Montreal-area passenger transportation company, has purchased six Prevost H3-45 motorcoaches, each equipped with the new Volvo D13 Series engine.
Management & Operations| September 12, 2008

Allan Silver joins APTA Expo panel

Allan Silver, senior vice president, corporate strategy and general counsel of Traxis Financial Group (TFG), will join a panel discussion on the role of the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im) in the financing of transportation assets globally.
Rail| September 11, 2008

New ticketing system built for railroads

Designed to be user-friendly, WhistleTix is an entirely Web-based system that provides the capability for museums and railroads to upload specific railcar descriptions and pictures, and enables operators to easily change the configuration of railcars as needed.
Rail| September 11, 2008

SEPTA receives railcar mockup

The mock-up was built to help engineers in the design and manufacturing process for the fleet of commuter railcars ordered by SEPTA from United Transit Systems, and will offer a first glimpse of 120 new railcars purchased.
Sustainability| September 11, 2008

Cummins wins Peru order

Will provide more than 200 natural gas bus engines to transit operators in Lima, Peru.
Rail| September 10, 2008

METRO Briefs

Northern California builders support transit plan. High-speed rail capable of pollution-free operation. Air France considers expanding into high-speed rail.

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