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METRO Briefs

Bus| April 15, 2009
EPA questions Honolulu rail route. DART riders protest fare hikes. CATS to offer TV on buses.

Nashville MTA articulated hybrid buses enter service

Bus| April 15, 2009
Three of the six new buses entered service on route 26 Gallatin Road, which will become Nashville’s first BRT when other hybrid buses arrive and infrastructure improvements are made along the corridor, such as traffic signal light extenders and new bus shelters.
Bus| April 15, 2009

Study: 12 percent of San Diego adults use transit

Among all adults surveyed, approximately 48 percent reported that they had ridden some form of transit in the San Diego region during the 12 months prior to the study interview.
Bus| April 14, 2009

Obama nominates Porcari for DOT dep. secretary

In his current position as Secretary of the Maryland DOT, Porcari is responsible for motor vehicle registration and the highway, transit, aviation and maritime modes of the state's transportation system.
Accessibility| April 14, 2009

American Seating unveils Web redesign

Site features a new appearance, format and architecture, augmenting the company’s installation strategies and services.
Bus| April 14, 2009

Simpson, Little, Nagaraja launch new venture

Spartan Solutions has offices in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
Rail| April 14, 2009

Hatch Mott MacDonald awarded TriMet contract

Construction on the new MAX line could begin in 2011 and be completed by 2015.
Bus| April 14, 2009

OCTA Website details stimulus funded projects

An interactive map allows residents to view projects in their immediate area. In addition, there’s a section where the public can provide comments, sign up to receive e-mail updates or follow projects on Twitter and Facebook.
Bus| April 14, 2009

Canadian ATU wants changes to Criminal Code

Bill C-314 attempts to amend the Criminal Code to protect public transportation workers, by increasing the punishment for aggravated assault when the victim is a public transportation worker.
Rail| April 14, 2009

Foundation awards $35M to Detroit rail project

As with past grants of similar magnitude, the trustees conditioned payments, which will be made over four years, on meeting a series of project benchmarks.

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