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MV wins, retains contracts

Accessibility| March 2, 2009
Based in Fairfield, Calif., MV is a private provider of paratransit services and the largest privately-owned transportation contracting firm in the U.S.

ABC launches support program, graphics services

Bus| February 27, 2009
Company also has exclusive training programs coming up in 2009 at both their Florida and California locations.
Rail| February 27, 2009

Washington Metro expands wireless service

Riders will be able to call home from any cell phone, access the Internet from any Web-enabled cell phone and, eventually, have Wi-Fi access in the rail system.
Accessibility| February 27, 2009

Report: U.S. should employ mileage-based usage fee

With expected shift to more fuel efficient vehicles, it will be increasingly difficult to rely on the gas tax to raise the funds needed to improve and maintain nation’s surface transportation infrastructure.
Motorcoach| February 27, 2009

Anchor Trailways celebrates 20 years, growth

Operator's growth has enabled them to hire four new office staff members as well as two maintenance positions.
Bus| February 27, 2009

EPA funds Manchester Transit air quality projects

Awarding $229,703 for installation of a combination of advanced pollution control and idle reduction technologies on 89 municipal vehicles. In addition, funds will be used to cover the incremental cost of biodiesel fuel for the entire fleet of city vehicles.
Bus| February 27, 2009

METRO Briefs

Report: need more agents to secure transit. N.Y. high-speed rail task force dissolving. Honolulu sets aside $1B for rail project overruns.
Rail| February 26, 2009

Bombardier delivers first Movia car to India

High-capacity vehicles feature air conditioning, CCTV, open gangways and emergency speaker units.
Accessibility| February 26, 2009

U.S. DOT unveils 2010 budget framework

Administration proposed five-year $5 billion high-speed rail state grant program. This funding will build on the $8 billion down payment in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Accessibility| February 26, 2009

House passes Omnibus bill

Includes $10.231 billion in new budget authority for public transportation — a $740 million increase, or 7.8 percent, over last year’s level, but $106 million less than the level authorized in SAFETEA-LU.

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