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CH Bus Sales delivers Temsa TS 30 to Fla.

Motorcoach| March 6, 2015

Corporate Coaches' TS 30 Coaches are seated for 34 passengers and are equipped with 110-volt plugs, Alcoa Dura Bright wheels, and an elite REI audio/video system.

Bill to extend PTC deadline introduced

Government Issues| March 6, 2015

Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) introduced the bipartisan bill, which would extend the deadline for full implementation of Positive Train Control to 2020 to help ease the regulatory burden and costs for passenger and freight railroads.

Management & Operations| March 6, 2015

Heath named Community Transit CEO

Emmett Heath served as Director of Administration at Community Transit for 10 years before taking over as CEO in an acting capacity last summer following retirement of the former CEO.

Bus| March 5, 2015

Boston bus driver accused of assaulting snowball thrower

The driver is being charged with assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon. He was on duty during the Tuesday night incident in Lynn’s Central Square, but an MBTA spokesman did not specify if he was driving the bus at the time

Bus| March 5, 2015

Detroit bus driver falls asleep at wheel, crashes into 8 vehicles

The driver was charged with a misdemeanor traffic violation on Wednesday and could face 93 days in jail.

Rail| March 5, 2015

San Diego debuts restored trolley for Silver Line

The 68-year old streetcar was acquired as part of a trade with United Transportation Corporation (UTC)/Rail Air Sources (RAS) in exchange for two Siemens U-2 light rail vehicles that were phased out of the MTS fleet.

Bus| March 5, 2015

Maine school district likely to have students use public transit

Starting this fall, the roughly 2,000 students at Portland's three high schools will receive a Metro pass.

Government Issues| March 5, 2015

Fed pilot could give local workers advantage in transportation projects

The year-long pilot is proposed as an experiment under FHWA’s “Special Experimental Project No. 14” and FTA experimental authorities, provisions made possible by Congress to allow the agencies leeway in finding new and more effective means of building, maintaining and managing federal transportation projects.

Management & Operations| March 5, 2015

$30B Phoenix transportation plan headed to voters

Set for vote as soon as August, the proposed plan includes up to 117 miles of new, high-capacity transit, such as light rail, bus rapid transit or streetcars. About $2.4 billion would help maintain major city streets while adding new bicycle lanes and street lights.

Rail| March 5, 2015

34 properties purchased for $70M along Honolulu rail transit route

HART's property acquisitions range in price from $22,304 to about $6 million. In June, HART said that it has to acquire 213 properties for the project, and that it had an acquisition budget of $222 million.

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