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D.C. Metro wins APTA Rail Roadeo top prize

Rail| June 17, 2014
In addition, APTA awarded Société de transport de Montréal with an official certificate for earning Gold-level recognition in the APTA Sustainability Commitment program.

Vancouver university gondola project goes unfunded

University| June 16, 2014
The project, which would run from University Station at Simon Fraser University directly to Burnaby Mountain, was not funded as part of a $7.5 billion regional transit improvement plan that was passed by Metro Vancouver mayors last week
University| June 16, 2014

New, all-electric minibus on Western Mich. campus

The College of Aviation will use the vehicle to transport prospective students around the Battle Creek campus, in addition to occasional tours on the main campus
University| June 16, 2014

Penn. St. taps new director, transportation services

Rob DeMayo has spent the last decade traveling the world, living and working with a wide variety of clients on four continents. Most recently, he served as the director of European Operations for MV Global Transport Logistics in Glasgow, Scotland
Management & Operations| June 16, 2014

Minneapolis' Metro Transit opens new light rail system

The Green Line is an 11-mile light-rail line connecting downtown Minneapolis, the University of Minnesota and downtown St. Paul.
Rail| June 13, 2014

Metro-North gives update on rail safety initiatives

Of 32 initiatives established in its Action Plan following the FRA's 45-day investigation, 21 have been fully implemented, seven are in progress and two will be pursued after outside entities submit independent reports.
Bus| June 13, 2014

Wash. agency switching fare collection to decrease fraud

The magnetic strip technology would require the replacement of all fareboxes, many of which are more than 20 years old. The agency plans to pay for it with a $2 million federal grant.
Rail| June 13, 2014

Alstom to supply 15 Citadis Dualis trains to SNCF

Alstom is to supply 15 Citadis Dualis for the Ile-de-France region after an SNCF exercise of option on behalf of STIF. This order, which is part of the framework agreement signed in 2007 on behalf of the French regions, amounts to a total of 80 million euros.
Bus| June 12, 2014

Nashville BRT survives test after funding eligibility oversight

After the MTA failed to put $51.5 million for the 7.1-mile Amp line in the city’s five-year capital improvements budget — a “wish list” of potential building projects — an amendment was necessary to put the money in.
Management & Operations| June 12, 2014

NYC residents say intercity buses flooding their neighborhood

There are 71 intercity bus stops scattered throughout Manhattan, with more than one-quarter of that number located in the Lower East Side. Residents’ complaints include crowded sidewalks, blocked fire hydrants and exhaust.

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