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Amtrak Calif. services hit record highs

Rail| August 27, 2008
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.

Trapeze awarded Knoxville contract

Accessibility| August 27, 2008
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.
Accessibility| August 27, 2008

March Networks wins Las Vegas transit contract

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is using March Networks' mobile video surveillance on more than 190 of its buses and paratransit vehicles.
Accessibility| August 27, 2008

RLI Transportation to offer paratransit coverage

Coverage options will target public transit agencies, not-for-profit corporations and for-profit private companies whose vehicles provide assistance to people with varying degrees of specialized transportation needs.
Accessibility| August 27, 2008

Free transit available to Chicagoans with disabilities

A newly signed Senate Bill enables persons with disabilities who are registered for the state’s Circuit Breaker program and with the RTA to ride free on Chicago transit systems.
Motorcoach| August 26, 2008

Autobuses Rio Verde ordered to cease operations

An investigation of Autobuses Rio Verde by FMCSA revealed that the owners and operators were in violation of the April 2008 order by conducting interstate transportation as a substantial continuation of Green River Bus.
Rail| August 26, 2008

URS acquires Tryck Nyman Hayes

Experience in the design of highways, bridges, ports and rail systems will compliment URS’ existing Alaskan capabilities in environmental planning and design, according to URS.
Rail| August 25, 2008

Judge Kopp releases statement on Prop. 1

Prop. 1 would provide $9.9 billion to help build the first U.S. high-speed rail system, which would run between San Francisco and San Diego.
University| August 25, 2008

Recent changes to campus transportation security

Beefed-up video surveillance, campus police training and implementing emergency alert systems are responses.
University| August 25, 2008

Princeton transit director to lead conference training

Kim Jackson, director of parking and transportation at Princeton University, will offer a training session for front-line personnel at the 3rd annual Mid-South Transportation & Parking Association (MSTPA) Conference, scheduled March 10 and 11, 2009, at the Ferguson Center in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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