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Ohio's COTA breaks ground on CMAX BRT line

Bus| August 8, 2016

The 15.6-mile route will serve customers every 10 minutes between Downtown Columbus and SR-161 during rush hours, with service to Polaris Parkway/Africa Road every 30 minutes.

DATTCO adds 100th Van Hool to its fleet

Motorcoach| August 8, 2016

The new TX45’s delivery was honored at the August International Motorcoach Group meeting in Norfolk, Va.

Bus| August 8, 2016

Creative Bus Sales to distribute ARBOC vehicles in Ill., Ind.

The partnership will allow customers to gain access to the industry’s most extensive offering of low-floor mobility bus products through the nation’s largest bus dealership featuring a national sales, service and customer support network.

Bus| August 4, 2016

Grande West's Vicinity bus passes Altoona Testing

The 30-foot bus was tested for the maximum allowable 12- year durability testing.

Management & Operations| August 4, 2016

Flint, Mich.'s MTA expands 'Ride to Groceries' program

The service was created last year to offset the closing of grocery stores, in what is known as “food deserts,” by definition, areas where there are no convenient or accessible grocery stores.

Rail| August 4, 2016

SEPTA set to phase-in Silverliner V railcars through November

Also expects to have at least 40 railcars leased from other agencies, which should allow it to return to a regular schedule in about two months.

Government Issues| August 4, 2016

WSP | PB clients win 5 TIGER grants

The awards focus on capital projects that generate economic development and improve access to reliable, safe and affordable transportation for communities, both urban and rural.

Bus| August 4, 2016

China pilots 6-foot 'straddling bus'

The approximately 6.5-foot high Transit Elevated Bus straddles the cars below, allowing them to pass through. It is able to carry up to 300 passengers in its 72 ft. long and 25 ft. wide body.

Sustainability| August 4, 2016

Delaware Transit unveils propane fuel station, fleet plans

After a two-year pilot program testing five propane autogas paratransit buses, the transit agency purchased 50 more this year, and will purchase an additional 75 by 2018.

Bus| August 4, 2016

$26.5 million transit center opens in Indianapolis

The 14,000-square-foot building has free Wi-Fi, public restrooms and real-time bus information. A partnership between IndyGo and the Arts Council of Indianapolis will bring live music and spoken word and performance art to the transit center, as well as at bus stops and on the buses themselves.

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