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T4 America applauds clean energy bill passage

Sustainability| May 27, 2009
Bill advances legislation to strengthen state-level reductions in transportation emissions.

D.C. Metro re-launching Next Bus in July

Bus| May 27, 2009
When the Next Bus system becomes available, Metrobus customers will be able to get real-time bus arrival information on Metro’s Website, by telephone or from electronic signs installed at select Metrobus stops.
Bus| May 26, 2009

San Diego assoc. awards $9.4M for 'smart growth'

Awarded through the first funding cycle of the new TransNet Smart Growth Incentive Program, which will issue grants every two years for the 40-year life of the TransNet extension approved by voters in 2004.
Bus| May 26, 2009

Rogoff receives Senate approval to head FTA

John Porcari's nomination as deputy secretary of transportation was also approved by the Senate. He previously served as secretary of the Maryland Department of Transportation.
Bus| May 26, 2009

Cleveland salaried worker pay cut 3 percent

GCRTA has already reduced salaried positions by 5 percent, frozen wages for all salaried employees, instituted a partial hiring freeze, restricted travel, received supplemental funding from the NOACA and reduced overtime.
University| May 25, 2009

University Transit Briefs

Students reselling discounted passes online. Mo. city looks to boost ridership with no fares. Steering committee to look at transit options for region.
Bus| May 25, 2009

Twitter largely untapped by campus bus services

One exception is Auburn University’s Tiger Transit in Auburn, Ala., which uses Twitter to inform student riders about issues with the transit system, such as route delays, temporary stop relocations and when the transit system itself has to be temporarily shut down.
Bus| May 25, 2009

COTA, Ohio State poll students on bus service

More than 850 students, faculty and staff at OSU in Columbus supplied their input on possible changes to campus-related service provided by COTA.
Bus| May 25, 2009

Growing pains at University of California, Merced

University’s transportation and parking operation has been cramped by a tight budget, higher costs and rising demand for bus services.
Rail| May 22, 2009

Port Authority rail project cost drops $14M

Cost of the light rail extension will decrease from $552.8 million to $538.8 million due to a favorable round of construction bids and management efforts to contain contract expenses.

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