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HART taps Interim CEO Eagan as permanent pick

Accessibility| November 4, 2014
HART hired Katharine Eagan in 2009 as Chief of Service Development, directing service planning and scheduling, as well as marketing and community relations. During those years she helped build ridership, implement unique and targeted marketing promotions, and promote strategic route planning.

Clean Energy station to open at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport

Bus| November 4, 2014
An increasing number of vehicles using the airport are powered by alternative fuels, including taxis, and hotel and rental car shuttles. The public-access travel center near the airport will offer convenient access to alternative fuels for these fleets, as well as the general public.
University| November 3, 2014

Canadian university students approve U-Pass fee

Students at the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba were required to show majority support for the U-Pass before city council would commit to introducing the program.
Accessibility| November 3, 2014

Wirelessly charged electric bus makes U. of Utah campus debut

The bus, which has been operational for about three months, currently runs in the morning from a bus station in Salt Lake City to University Hospital as well as an additional route on the UofU campus.
Management & Operations| November 3, 2014

U of Wisconsin-Madison launches center to promote transportation careers

The Midwest Transportation Workforce Center is one of five centers nationwide to receive a $600,000 federal grant.
University| November 3, 2014

First Transit earns university contracts in R.I., Ga.

The company will provide campus shuttle services for the Rhode Island School of Design and will continue its ongoing management, operations and maintenance of campus transportation services at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Rail| October 31, 2014

L.A. Metro's VYCON system reducing energy consumption

The Red Line Westlake/MacArthur Park Subway station is realizing nearly 20% in energy consumption. Based on the data obtained so far, it is estimated an annual savings of 541 megawatt hours, enough to provide power to 100 average California homes.
Government Issues| October 31, 2014

Report: Alabama not funding public transportation

The report claims a lack of investment in public transit results in the isolation of people who do not have the means to access private vehicles.
Bus| October 31, 2014

Canadian bus driver safety bill gaining momentum

Bill S-221 would amend the Criminal Code to require courts to consider it an aggravating circumstance for the purpose of sentencing if the victim of an assault is a public transit operator engaged in the performance of their duty.
Accessibility| October 31, 2014

Sun Metro celebrates grand opening of BRT

The 8.6-mile Rapid Transit System provides a high-capacity transit service to El Paso, Texas for the first time.

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