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Veolia Transport wins German contract

Rail| September 3, 2008
This will be the first time that operation of a fully electrified German S-Bahn has been awarded in its entirety to a private operator following a call for tenders.

California releases $190M in 1B funding

Rail| September 3, 2008
The allocations are contingent upon passage of the 2008-09 California budget, which is currently at a standstill. Depending on how the budget handles transportation funds, some of the allocations could be withdrawn.
Motorcoach| September 3, 2008

Fort Worth "T" launches new commuter service

NABI especially designed two new vehicles for The T that will be used for the new service.
Motorcoach| September 3, 2008

Wisconsin coach co. launches sleep apnea program

Riteway Bus Service Inc. recently partnered with Sleep Apnea Solutions Inc. (SAS) to institute a voluntary and confidential program to promote employee wellness and help prevent accidents associated with driver fatigue.
Motorcoach| September 3, 2008

Fisher Coachworks unveils PHEV bus

The Plug-In Hybrid Transit Bus is half the weight of current hybrid buses in the market and achieves twice the energy efficiency.
Accessibility| September 2, 2008

CH2M Hill tops fastest-growing company list

CH2M HILL was ranked in the top spot for the Top 100 Inc. 5,000 Companies by Revenue and in the Top 100 Inc. 5,000 Companies by Gross Dollars of Growth.
Rail| August 27, 2008

METRO Briefs

Chicago to remove bar cars. Miami to propose transit cuts. No vote allowed on transit tax.
Sustainability| August 27, 2008

NTA, sustainable travel organization to collaborate

The new eco-certification program is the first to be offered by a non-profit tourism organization.
Rail| August 27, 2008

Amtrak Calif. services hit record highs

Overall, Amtrak ridership system-wide was also up for July with more than 2.7 million passengers, an increase of almost 14 percent over the same month last year.
Accessibility| August 27, 2008

Trapeze awarded Knoxville contract

KAT will use the new technologies to manage approximately 120 buses ranging from paratransit vans, propane-powered neighborhood service vehicles, rubber-tire trolleys, and 30-, 35- and 40-foot buses.

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