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Jacksonville breaks ground on BRT system

Bus| November 18, 2014
The First Coast Flyer BRT Downtown Project, nearly six miles long with 12 stations, is the initial segment of a five-phased BRT system planned for the Jacksonville region. The new service will operate in dedicated lanes during peak hours for a portion of the route.

Chicago targeting abuse of free, reduced fare cards

Bus| November 18, 2014
Regulations for free and reduced-fare programs — which include seniors, persons with disabilities, U-Pass, student fares and other categories — stipulate that those cards can only be used by the individual identified on the card and can’t be transferred.
Bus| November 18, 2014

Trailways CEO Ellsworth to retire

Gale C. Ellworth, at the helm for nearly 18 years, is credited with helping revitalize the iconic brand, which is comprised of 70-plus independently owned or operated motorcoach companies.
Accessibility| November 18, 2014

Report: Parking subsidies leave taxpayers shouldering $7.3 billion burden annually

Report found that the federal parking subsidy puts 820,000 more cars on America’s most congested roads in its most congested cities.
University| November 17, 2014

NJ Transit opens new Princeton U. train station

The station connects Princeton University's campus to the Northeast Corridor rail line via Princeton Junction station, with easy access to New York and Philadelphia.
Sustainability| November 17, 2014

U. of Mich. reviewing sustainability goals

Despite the 2011 goal to reduce carbon gas emissions by 25%, university data published by the Office of Campus Sustainability show that emissions decreased in 2012, but then increased in 2013. Transportation emissions have seen consistent decreases.
University| November 17, 2014

University of Texas may raise parking fees

An increase in the cost of daily parking rates and faculty and student permits will be used to support the expenses of Parking and Transportation Services and the construction of new parking garages.
Accessibility| November 17, 2014

ARTIC: Newest SoCal transit hub opens in December

City officials said the transit station’s design mimics the high ceilings of Union Station, as well as other great train stations in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Bus| November 17, 2014

Ridership, demand grow for Northeastern shuttle

Campus police officials noted that 3,155 stu­dents used the off-​​campus per­sonal safety escort ser­vice in Sep­tember 2014, up from 1,420 in Sep­tember 2013.
Bus| November 14, 2014

Nova wins $80M, 13 municipality Metrolinx contract

The new order includes 27 buses with deliveries scheduled to start in 2015. The joint procurement also includes options for future orders until 2017 — quantities up to 188 40 footer buses and up to 15 articulated buses — to meet demand.

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