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Chicago Transit to improve energy efficiency

Sustainability| December 5, 2008
Board approved funding for solar tracking skylights and new energy efficient lighting at several bus garages, rail stations and facilities. Projects are expected to provide energy savings amounting to approximately $700,000 annually.

San Francisco MTA launches cable car safety outreach

Rail| December 4, 2008
The two presentations will be held in San Francisco’s Chinatown area and represent a comprehensive outreach effort to that community.
Rail| December 4, 2008

Study: Extending rail to L.A./Ontario airport feasible

Nearly 90 percent of people residing in cities along the Gold Line Foothill Extension corridor would take the light rail line if it was extended to LA/Ontario International Airport.
Rail| December 4, 2008

Washington Metro debuts new Website

A new feature on the home page is a rotating headline and eye-catching graphic at the center of the page that highlights important topics of the day. Rail system information also has been enhanced to provide more immediate rider information and more interactivity.
Management & Operations| December 4, 2008

APTA: Transit users still save $8,400-plus annually

Report calculates monthly savings for public transit users at $701 per month based on today’s gas price of $1.803 as reported by AAA.
Sustainability| December 3, 2008

Chicago begins operating hybrid buses

The 22 buses now operating have been phased into service since mid-October and the rest will arrive by summer 2009.
Rail| December 3, 2008

METRO Briefs

Kraft to provide heated air in bus shelters. Unemployment may slow BART ridership growth. NYC Transit giving late notes to riders.
Rail| December 3, 2008

NJ Transit, SEPTA partner to promote services

Both agencies have also coordinated their schedules and ticketing options to make it easier for customers.
Management & Operations| December 3, 2008

MV wins California, Ohio contracts

MV will begin providing services for both contracts beginning Jan. 1, 2009.
Rail| December 3, 2008

Bombardier wins $101M S.F. people mover contract

Company will continue to operate and maintain the automated people mover system at San Francisco International Airport.

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