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Dallas light rail service to airport takes off

Management & Operations| August 19, 2014

The five-mile segment links newly renovated Terminal A and Belt Line Station, with continuing service to major regional destinations including Irving-Las Colinas, Dallas Market Center and downtown Dallas.

Arrow Stage Lines launches consulting division

Motorcoach| August 19, 2014
By providing clients with ground transportation solutions, Arrow Nationwide Logistics works to find top tier transportation companies around the nation to serve clients’ needs.
Bus| August 18, 2014

Huffer to resign from Kansas City GM post

Has served as GM since 2000 and positioned the agency to begin the implementation of an organization-wide restructuring designed to emphasize its capabilities and technical expertise to plan and manage regional projects.
Sustainability| August 18, 2014

Coastal Carolina U. launches alternative transportation program

Teal Transportation brings together several transportation alternatives for students, including the campus shuttle, biking, Zipcar and a password-protected online ride board where students can actively seek rides with other students.
Sustainability| August 18, 2014

Calif. university adding 12 electric vehicles

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo has made it a goal to promote sustainability on its campus, and this initiative is part of that vision. The campus expects higher usage of electric vehicles locally with the presence of the charging stations.
Bus| August 18, 2014

Penn. St., transit system expand discounted pass program

Users of the program receive a mass transit pass valid on all CATABUS routes at the reduced rate of $5 per month, with Transportation Services covering the remaining cost of each pass to provide graduate students with a sustainable and affordable means of getting to and from campus.
University| August 18, 2014

New apartment complex leaves U. of S. Carolina looking for options

With no shuttle service set to provide transportation to and from a new complex, dubbed The Hub, students will have to drive, walk, bike or use the city bus to get to school.
Bus| August 15, 2014

'Pop-up' bus co. Bridj to expand service in Boston area

The company had been testing three routes using fixed pickups, will operate with an initial capacity of about 500 riders a day and scale up to 15,000 passengers over time.
Accessibility| August 15, 2014

King County Metro to offer $1.50 fare card for low-income riders

The agency, which said it will lose $7 million to $9 million to subsidize these rides and cover the processing costs, is only the second big U.S. transit agency, after San Francisco, to offer low-income discounts.
Rail| August 15, 2014

Are Feds to blame for lack of high-speed rail network?

An article by CityLab suggests the cause of not having a high-speed rail system in the U.S. is that we have a political system in which the federal government, having devolved virtually all decision-making power to states, cannot prioritize one project over another in the national interest.

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