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LAN wins California light rail contract

Rail| August 15, 2008
Project consists of a 4.3-mile light rail, double- track extension. Four proposed stations will be situated along the corridor, which is the fastest-growing section of Sacramento County

Amtrak sets all-time monthly ridership record

Rail| August 15, 2008
Total ridership for the Fiscal Year, which runs from the beginning of October to the end of July, reached 23.7 million, topping last year’s 21.3 million.
Accessibility| August 14, 2008

OCTA approves three-year extension with Veolia

The extension, which takes effect July 1, 2009, changes the scope of services covered between the parties by expanding OCTA’s ACCESS paratransit service.
Rail| August 14, 2008

N.J. adds 50 multi-level cars to fleet

The NJ Transit board of directors approved the purchase of 50 additional Bombardier Multilevel Vehicles (MLVs) to help meet increasing ridership demand on the corporation’s busiest commuter rail lines.
Accessibility| August 14, 2008

SEPTA to expand services

The new initiatives include more frequent service, additional peak, off-peak and weekend service, and new late-night regional rail service.
Rail| August 13, 2008

METRO Briefs

San Francisco to offer workers transit benefits. Smart card hackers silenced. Light rail line protested.
Motorcoach| August 13, 2008

BoltBus adds New Jersey stop

Company adds stop in Cherry Hill, N.J., on its New York to Philadelphia run, which features onboard amenities, such as extra leg room, free Wi-Fi and power outlets.
Accessibility| August 13, 2008

Hattiesburg, Miss. buys 3 paratransit buses

Mayor Johnny DuPree announced that with help from the Federal Transit Authority, the city of Hattiesburg, Miss., purchased three new buses for its paratransit services as well as a new service truck.
Rail| August 13, 2008

FRA introduces new safety program

Risk reduction program, aimed at supplementing current federal regulations, inspection requirements, and other compliance and enforcement activities.
Sustainability| August 13, 2008

Data shows Americans driving less

Americans drove 4.7 percent less, or 12.2 billion miles fewer, in June 2008 than June 2007.

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