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Washington Metro to pilot emergency management program

Rail| July 29, 2008
The Transit Emergency Management program to be used as a model by transit systems nationwide.

U.C. San Diego receives rail technology grant

Rail| July 29, 2008
Money to fund refining hardware and software for new technology that uses laser ultrasonic probes to detect certain internal rail defects.
University| July 28, 2008

Illinois university takes over shuttle operation

Eastern Illinois University (EIU) in Charleston, Ill., has decided to provide its own shuttle bus service, ending a six-year relationship with H&H Shuttle Services.
University| July 28, 2008

Clemson University faces cuts in local bus service

South Carolina-based Clemson University is collaborating with the local transit system, Clemson Area Transit (CAT), on route changes and cuts in service due to escalating fuel costs and reduced subsidy.
University| July 28, 2008

Razorbacks add ‘Razorbikes’ to transit options

Students at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville now have a two-wheeled transit option under a new program that will allow them to borrow, ride and return bicycles on campus.
Sustainability| July 25, 2008

Washington Metro to obtain LEED certification

All new and substantially rehabilitated Metro facilities will be designed and built with the goal of receiving LEED Certification.
Management & Operations| July 23, 2008

METRO Briefs

Beijing expands transit for green Olympics. Casino motorcoach shuttle sees ridership jump. Chicago considers supermarket stops. County coach offers affordable transportation.
Motorcoach| July 23, 2008

BusWest secures 12-month Caltrans extension

Carson, Calif.-based BusWest was granted a one-year extension to its contract with the State of California, Department of General Services for paratransit buses – commonly known as Caltrans Type 1, 2 and 3 buses.
Management & Operations| July 23, 2008

International travelers spike Calif. shuttle ridership

Visalia, Calif.-based Sequoia Shuttle has seen record-breaking ridership in its second season, serving over 2,500 passengers since March 2008.
Sustainability| July 23, 2008

Alcoa, Yutong to debut eco-friendly buses at Olympic Games

Alcoa, the world’s leading aluminum company, and Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co. (Yutong), China’s largest bus manufacturer and the number two producer in the world, introduced two new environmentally-friendly bus prototypes that will be displayed and road-tested during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing next month.

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