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Private co. to provide transportation for BYU-Idaho students

University| December 7, 2015

Sam Vargas, owner of Rexburg Connect, told the Standard Journal that the company is planning to start providing transportation services to students at the beginning of the new year.

Valdosta State U. offers Wi-Fi on all athletic, shuttle buses

University| December 7, 2015

The service was requested by students and funded by student technology fee monies.

University| December 7, 2015

KU Design students create innovative projects for city transportation

One of the recipients of the MV Transportation Scholarship designed a call station for SafeRide and SafeBus users.  

University| December 7, 2015

Double-decker buses join ASU intercampus shuttle routes

Two doors on each bus will facilitate quicker loading and unloading for the more than 21,000 Sun Devils who ride the shuttles each week.

Government Issues| December 4, 2015

President Obama signs 5-year FAST Act surface transportation bill

The new law, paid for with gas tax revenue and a package of $70 billion in offsets from other areas of the federal budget, will invest $61 billion in the nation’s public transportation systems, according to APTA.

Management & Operations| December 4, 2015

Valley Metro CEO’s resignation accepted by Boards of Directors

Action was taken to accept the resignation of CEO Stephen R. Banta and place him on administrative leave effective immediately.

Motorcoach| December 4, 2015

CCW installing diesel particulate filters for coach operator

The project ensures that coaches operated by El Paso-Los Angeles Limousine Express Inc. meet particulate emission standards for diesel-powered vehicles set by various regulatory agencies.

Government Issues| December 4, 2015

Congress passes $305B surface transportation bill

The FAST Act will now be sent to President Barack Obama, who is expected to sign the bill quickly.

Security and Safety | December 3, 2015

Man struck, killed on Northeast Corridor creates morning delays

Train #3817 left New York Penn Station with about 300 passengers at 6:35 a.m., heading to Trenton, when it hit the man, whose identity was not immediately known. NJ Transit trains ran up to 20 minutes late, with regular service restored by around 7:30 a.m., according to the agency’s Twitter feed.

Bus| December 3, 2015

Calif.'s Omnitrans adding 15 New Flyers featuring audible turn signals

The new buses have one rear-facing securement and one forward-facing securement. The rear-facing system gives passengers with wheelchairs more independence.

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