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Calif.'s OCTA to launch new bus design

Bus| June 23, 2015

The existing design, more than 20 years old, will be phased out to make way for the new look that prominently features a light blue and orange wave across the bus and the words “OC Bus.”

FTA proposes rule to improve testing, reliability of new transit buses

Government Issues| June 23, 2015

The proposed rule would establish minimum performance standards, a new pass-fail grading system for bus testing and a weighted scoring process that would better assist local transit agencies in purchasing an appropriate vehicle.

Rail| June 22, 2015

APTA announces 2015 Rail Safety & Security Excellence Award winners

The awards ceremony took place on Monday at the 2015 APTA Rail Conference, which is being held in Salt Lake City.

University| June 22, 2015

U. of Georgia officials consider going electric

The university, which recently hosted a New Flyer electric bus, could purchase 16 electric buses and retire most of its pre-2007 buses if the U.S. Department of Transportation approves an $11.5 million grant.

University| June 22, 2015

N.Y.'s CDTA adds a new school to its Universal Access program

The agreement with SUNY Polytechnic Institute includes additional service and new bus stops to be constructed along Fuller Road adjacent to the campus.

University| June 22, 2015

Utah Valley U. adds texting lane

The university’s concept originally started as a laughing matter, but quickly went viral after the realization of how dangerous texting and walking actually is.

Rail| June 19, 2015

NJ TRANSIT unions seek Presidential board to settle contract dispute

The unions and agency have been at an impasse for four years.

Management & Operations| June 19, 2015

San Diego MTS bans electronic cigarettes

Fines associated with the ban will be $50 for the first offense, $75 for the second offense and $100 for the third and subsequent offense.

Rail| June 19, 2015

Senators unveil railroad reform, Amtrak reauthorization

The legislation would authorize Amtrak for the next four years at an average $1.65 billion a year. Additionally, $570 million in total grant funding would be made available every year.

Government Issues| June 19, 2015

Canadian goverment to provide ongoing support for public transit

Ensured that it will be an equal-funding partner in major transit projects by committing itself to a federal contribution limit of 33% for the Public Transit Fund. Also announced was a subsequent increase in the contribution limit to the P3 Canada Fund from 25% to 33%.

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