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Texas Tech. rail project seeking fed investment

Rail| March 17, 2014
The goal is to link students to the cultural district and ultimately bring a youthful presence back to downtown.

U. of La.-Lafayette to vote on doubling transportation fee

University| March 17, 2014
The referendum will occur during the general elections on March 31 and April 1.
Bus| March 17, 2014

Western Mich. U. opens new transportation center

The primary goal is to improve environmentally sustainable transportation options for underrepresented communities, with special attention being paid to bike and pedestrian travel, job accessibility and "smart" technologies.
Government Issues| March 14, 2014

Metro-North prioritized on-time performance over safety, review says

The FRA assessment found management emphasizes on-time performance to the detriment of safe operations and adequate maintenance of its infrastructure, resulting in a deficient safety culture, increased risk and reduced safety on the Metro-North system.
Government Issues| March 14, 2014

Utah bus operation, driver declared imminent hazard

Sandy, Utah-based Serv-A-Bus LLC continued to transport passengers despite a January 2013 cease operations order and revocation of its U.S. DOT registration, while a Conn.-based driver failed to disclose prior health issues.
Government Issues| March 14, 2014

FMCSA proposes electronic logs to monitor driver hours

The rulemaking would significantly reduce the paperwork burden associated with hours-of-service recordkeeping for interstate bus and truck drivers.
Bus| March 14, 2014

MARTA exercises options for 89 more New Flyer Xcelsiors

The buses will be built using options converted from the contract, announced in June, that included 88 firm orders and options for an additional 177 40-foot Xcelsior buses. The buses are anticipated to begin production in the first quarter of 2014 and delivered in the third quarter of 2014.
Accessibility| March 13, 2014

Will high-tech transit fares leave too many riders behind?

An Atlantic Cities article asks whether mobile ticketing apps make transit systems less accessible to people who don't have access to the Internet or smartphones.
Accessibility| March 13, 2014

Task force reviews 2 plans for Chicago transit overhaul

One proposal would consolidate the CTA, Metra and Pace into a unified entity. The other plan would place the transit boards under the direction of the Illinois Department of Transportation, which would essentially give the governor control of the transit system.
Government Issues| March 13, 2014

Rare tree faces axe for Calif. commuter train

Preservationists are hoping to save the albino chimero coast redwood growing in the small Sonoma County town of Cotati, but federal regulators have determined the tree must come down for safety reasons because it is too close to a proposed set of new tracks.

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