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DHS announces new rail security standards

Rail| November 13, 2008
Final rule will require freight and passenger rail carriers to designate rail security coordinators and report significant security concerns to the Transportation Security Administration.

METRO Briefs

Motorcoach| November 12, 2008
Vermont transit agencies may merge. Bus driver achieved 3 million miles accident-free. Dallas debating natural gas, diesel choices. Mich. restaurant bus fueled by vegetable oil.
Management & Operations| November 12, 2008

MBTA names MacMillan new police chief

He is the first person in MBTA Transit Police history that has risen through the ranks to become chief.
Management & Operations| November 12, 2008

Dow Automotive launches transportation support team

The newly formed commercial transportation group will provide solutions and technical expertise to both tier and OEM customers, helping them solve challenging technical issues that are driven by regulatory compliance and end-user preferences.
Motorcoach| November 12, 2008

Study: Motorcoaches achieve 200+ mpg per rider

“On average, motorcoaches use the least amount of energy and produce the lowest carbon dioxide emissions per passenger mile of any of the transportation modes analyzed,” the study confirms.
Motorcoach| November 11, 2008

DHS announces $11.68M available in bus security grants

The Department of Homeland Securty has begun accepting applications for this latest round of security grant funding for the motorcoach industry.
Rail| November 11, 2008

Calif. high-speed rail system forecasts $1B annual revenue surplus

In addition to 160,000 construction jobs over the next two decades, high-speed trains will generate 320,000 permanent jobs by 2030, growing to 450,000 jobs in 2035, according to the new business plan.
Sustainability| November 11, 2008

Nova Scotia announces green funding availability

To qualify for a grant, matching funding of at least 50 percent of the total project value is required and projects must be completed by September 2009.
Bus| November 10, 2008

OCTA ridership numbers continue growth

OCTA bus ridership has been at six million or more since July 2008, with Metrolink ridership well over 370,000 during that same period.
University| November 10, 2008

Indiana University solicits travel input from 58,000

The survey collects information about how students, faculty and staff get to and from campus, as well as how they get around after they’ve arrived. It also asks them about the direction from which they approach the campus and their arrival and departure times.

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