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Calif.'s VVTA unveils Google trip planner update, web app

Bus| November 10, 2015

VVTA staff coordinated with the county and cities to maintain route and stop accuracy throughout the release cycle. Meeting the needs of the many departments at each agency added to the complexity of the project.

New York to lose $95M in recently passed House transportation bill

Government Issues| November 10, 2015

The House amendment to eliminate the High Density States Program would funnel the money into the competitive Bus Grant program that every state is eligible for.

Bus| November 10, 2015

Calif.'s VTA, Google team for transportation study

Will include an analysis of possible mass transit connections to the North Bayshore area, including a light rail connection from the NASA/Bayshore station, new bridge crossings over Stevens Creek, and the development and/or application of new technologies.

Sustainability| November 10, 2015

CCW finalizes rehab bus contract for Iowa's DART

The 60-foot low-floor buses are replacing high floor buses and include newly installed ramps, remanufactured power trains, transmissions, engines, brakes, and are equipped with two ADA-compliant wheelchair positions.

Security and Safety | November 10, 2015

First Transit's Lynn Cohoe wins Canadian safety award

She joined the First Transit team in March 2014 as regional safety manager and also serves on the board of CSSE as regional VP.

Bus| November 10, 2015

New Flyer to acquire Motor Coach Industries

The completion of the transaction is subject to customary closing conditions including U.S. anti-trust and Canadian Competition Act approvals. Management currently expects the Transaction to close by the end of 2015.

Sustainability| November 10, 2015

Taking public transportation instead of driving linked with better health

Commuting by public transportation is linked to a lower risk of having high blood pressure, diabetes, and overweight than commuting by car or bike.

University| November 9, 2015

UVa's Safe Ride to transition to Parking and Transportation, expand

The goals of the switch are to maximize utility to students. The van service currently faces problems of limited hours and a low number of vans, with most student complaints involving slow response times and poor routes for students.

University| November 9, 2015

U. of Minnesota rejects second proposal to expand paratransit services

The university's Parking and Transportation Services cited a possible reduction in the total number of available rides and potentially increased wait times if the program was implemented.

University| November 9, 2015

Petition calls for U. of Utah to fund active transportation

On the university’s busiest days, more than 4,000 students are biking, walking and skateboarding to campus, but there is currently no funding in the university’s transportation budget to accommodate their needs.

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