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Toronto Transit unveils vehicle arrival notification pilot

Rail| December 16, 2008
Customers will be able to find out when their next bus or streetcar will arrive by information displayed on screens in subway stations or at select TTC stops.

D.C. Metro unveils new public address systems

Rail| December 16, 2008
Metrorail customers will notice that the new public address system plays two chimes prior to the start of a station announcement to get people’s attention.
Rail| December 16, 2008

L.A. Metro to begin using TAP passes

Aiming for transit patrons to pay for rides on Metro Rail and buses and local municipal buses with a single, rechargeable card.
Motorcoach| December 16, 2008

FMCSA toughens safety requirements for bus companies

Failing a new entrant safety audit, it may result in a carrier’s registration with the agency being revoked unless the carrier takes necessary corrective action within a specified time period.
Rail| December 16, 2008

MBTA expands Wi-Fi service

Under the expansion project, of the MBTA’s 410 coaches, 258 will eventually be equipped with wireless Internet. By spring 2009, at least two coaches per train set on all 13 lines will be Wi-Fi ready.
Motorcoach| December 16, 2008

Rome, NY operator joins Team Trailways

Addition will strengthen Trailways' New York region coverage, which includes Adirondack, New York, Paradise, Pine Hill and West Point Trailways.
Motorcoach| December 15, 2008

MCI, Trans-Bridge Lines renew agreement

Operation was one of the first to take delivery of the MCI Renaissance coach (now named the E4500), featuring the industry’s first spiral entryway, as well as the new-look D4505 unveiled in 2005.
Sustainability| December 15, 2008

DesignLine to equip NYC Transit with hybrid buses

The contract, worth $50.5 million, includes the initial delivery of 30 new DesignLine EcoSaver IV Hybrid Electric heavy duty transit buses, with an option of an additional 60 buses.
Rail| December 15, 2008

Siemens lands Finland driverless Metro project

Fully automated line scheduled to go into operation in the Finnish capital in 2013. Work will be carried out without any interruption in service and without replacing any of the existing trains.
Rail| December 12, 2008

Alstom tests high-speed train at 225 mph

Test runs are to be performed on a 106-mile section of France's Eastern high-speed line between the Champagne-Ardenne and Lorraine stations.

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