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REI unveils HDMI audio/video system

Motorcoach| May 27, 2014
Provides the new HDMI solution at the time of manufacture for new coach sales on select makes and models.

Seattle's Sound Transit 2014 ridership up

Bus| May 27, 2014
It was the busiest first three months of the year in Sound Transit history. Link light rail ridership grew 15%, with 2.3 million first quarter boardings and an average of almost 30,000 on weekdays.
Bus| May 27, 2014

Texas agency showcases new station, buses

El Paso, Texas' Sun Metro showcased its new low-floor Brio vehicles from New Flyer, which will run on CNG, have three doors for faster boarding, free Wi-Fi, two TV monitors for passenger information, three interior bicycle racks, two wheelchair positions and signal prioritization.
Accessibility| May 26, 2014

King County Metro cuts will impact paratransit users

At the present time, human service organizations, along with King County Metro, are considering how best to get information in the hands of those who may be later impacted.
Accessibility| May 26, 2014

Calif. paratransit user invites drivers to graduation

For more than two years, Marion Miller relied on RTA’s Dial-A-Ride service to get to and from Mt. San Jacinto College where she studied sociology
Accessibility| May 26, 2014

New Mexico St. to begin offering paratransit service

Aggie Paratransit will begin serving qualified main campus students with disabilities as a supplement to the existing fixed-route Aggie Transit service available on campus beginning in the fall 2014 semester.
Accessibility| May 23, 2014

Tentative deal reached for Nev. senior transportation service

The city of Henderson would subsidize the program for $50,000 per year so the nonprofit group, ITN would continue to transport the current 111 unique riders for the $1 fee.
Accessibility| May 23, 2014

As demand grows, B.C. paratransit looks to expand fleet

The transit system conducted a transportation service review that identified the need for a third handyDART service bus to meet the needs of seniors. The City of Powell River mayor said the service may need a fourth vehicle to meet demand.
Accessibility| May 23, 2014

Del. educator proposes driving cooperative for seniors

The Sussex Senior Transportation Cooperative would follow a national model to provide rides for a suggested $1 per mile for seniors throughout Sussex County. About $100,000 is needed to get the cooperative up and running.
Management & Operations| May 22, 2014

Artist creates 'Personal Space Dress' to combat subway harassment

The motorized dress has proximity sensors built in, and when they detect someone invading the wearer's personal space, they trigger a plastic scaffolding around the dress' hem to expand.

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