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Maryland to improve public address, CIS

Rail| April 6, 2009
The contract to upgrade the system was awarded to Intelect Corp. of Baltimore; a certified minority business enterprise. Construction will begin later this month.

Gillig to supply Washington transit with hybrid buses

Bus| April 6, 2009
ARRA funds will in part enable Intercity Transit to purchase six 40-foot, low-floor hybrid diesel electric buses. The entire manufacturing order will total approximately $3.6 million.
Bus| April 6, 2009

Apollo to equip Everett Transit buses with GPS

By using GPS features to address on-time performance, transit officials can compare weeks of data to better ensure that buses arrive on time and meet ADA requirements.
Bus| April 3, 2009

METRO Briefs

NY Gov. proposes transit bailout. Court tosses AC Transit case. Chicago wants ‘seamless’ fare system
Rail| April 3, 2009

Caltrain, Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority partner

Will engage as partners in planning, design and construction of improvements along the Caltrain corridor, serving both the near-term and long-term needs of high-speed rail and Caltrain.
Bus| April 3, 2009

GO Transit announces Federal, Provincial funding

The funding is part of the $500 million pledged for GO Transit by both levels of government in February this year.
Rail| April 3, 2009

NTSB: Signal interpretation led to Amtrak accident

Contributing to the accident, was the relief engineer's failure to immediately communicate to the engineer that he had miscalled the signal at Englewood and to stop the train when the engineer did not respond to her expressed concern.
Rail| April 3, 2009

Amtrak, UATP announce agreement

During FY 2008 (Oct. 2007-Sept. 2008), Amtrak carried more than 28.7 million passengers, representing the sixth straight fiscal year of record ridership when comparing the same routes.
Rail| April 3, 2009

DART named best system in Americas

DART was selected for the "Best Metro Americas" award over transit properties in New York City, Chicago and Washington, D.C.
Accessibility| April 3, 2009

Michigan transit chooses Trapeze for ITS

Solution includes a number of in-vehicle technologies for nearly 250 paratransit, fixed route and supervisory vehicles, integrated with CATA's existing back-office scheduling, dispatching, traveler information and operations management solutions.

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