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NJ TRANSIT could lead Glassboro-Camden rail plans

Rail| October 8, 2014
In July, the FTA informed the Delaware River Port Authority that they would not perform the necessary environmental study because "no agency has said it would build or operate the line."

MBTA restoring weekend commuter rail service on three lines

Rail| October 8, 2014
The announcement signals a return to the services previously provided to these three lines: Saturday and Sunday service to the Kingston/Plymouth and Greenbush lines and Saturday service to the Needham line. The schedules serving the area will mirror those previously offered.
Rail| October 8, 2014

Report details needed work to fix Amtrak N.Y. tunnels

The report underscores the urgency to advance the Gateway Program, which includes building new, two-track tunnel capacity under the Hudson River that can help alleviate service impacts to the region as the needed work on the tunnels is underway.
Bus| October 7, 2014

Va. to introduce bus-on-shoulder program on I-66

Expected to start in mid-November, the program is part of a new strategy to improve the commuting experience of transit users in the delay-prone corridor.
Bus| October 7, 2014

Woman struck, killed by SUV at Minneapolis bus stop

Witnesses of the crash say the woman driving the SUV that hit the shelter was backing out of a McDonald’s parking lot, accelerated, hit a parked car, careened off a tree and then crashed into the bus shelter.
Bus| October 7, 2014

FTA updates emergency relief program rules

In some cases, the funds could also be used to help cities build public transportation systems that are protected from natural disasters before they occur, the agency said. The changes go into effect in 30 days
Management & Operations| October 7, 2014

Facebook drivers call on CEO to help union efforts

In a letter, the top Teamsters official for Northern California urged Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg to press Facebook’s shuttle bus contractor to agree to bargain with the union on behalf of the 40 drivers who ferry Facebook employees to work.
Sustainability| October 6, 2014

SF State students look to increase bicycle usage

Following a survey of students at the university, the classes report recommended new bikeways to make students’ commutes safer, as well as providing more secure and convenient bike parking.
University| October 6, 2014

Fla. International students unhappy with hot shuttle conditions

The company that runs the shuttle service is using a limousine after its shuttle bus broke down, but the rides have been uncomfortable because up to 25 students are trying to cram into the vehicle at a time.
University| October 6, 2014

U of Wash. adds 'Commute Concierge'

The program is designed to assist students and faculty with planning their commute, following large service cuts that were made by King County Metro Transit.

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