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9th annual National Dump the Pump Day touts transit use

Bus| June 19, 2014
APTA first started the event in June 2006 when gas prices had reached $3 per gallon and the public demand for public transportation was growing in response to high gas prices.

Proterra raises $30M in funding, teases new vehicle

Bus| June 19, 2014
The second generation electric vehicle — a 40-foot transit bus — will be the lightest, most efficient and highest passenger capacity coach in its class.
Management & Operations| June 19, 2014

MBTA to fire drivers found carrying cell phones

The rule was announced on Monday a month after a public bus driver who police said was holding a cell phone crashed in a Boston suburb and injured several people.
Bus| June 19, 2014

Champion Bus updates website, logo

The new website provides a more compelling and user-friendly experience that allows visitors to access updated product information faster and also connect with the company through its various social media channels
Bus| June 19, 2014

Wash. agency adds Apollo surveillance system

The system, complete with digital video recorders and camera health and video management capabilities, will ensure C-TRAN officials have access to reliable, high-quality video footage for monitoring, and responding to events taking place on and around its vehicles.
Bus| June 19, 2014

Canadian officials call for increased driver safety laws

CUTA, together with representatives from the Amalgamated Transit Union, Unifor, and the City of Ottawa, emphasized the importance of consistent and appropriate sentencing for those who commit assaults against transit operators to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee.
Rail| June 18, 2014

UPDATED: Detroit streetcar facing $12M shortfall

A two-page letter to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx warned the project urgently needs additional grant money to proceed, but said it would survive without the funds, though; it would have to be scaled back.
Rail| June 18, 2014

NYCT adding 70 more 'Help Points' on subway

The high-tech devices will serve as a welcome beacon to worried customers and lost tourists alike and is part of the MTA’s ongoing efforts to bring the subway system into the 21st century.
Rail| June 18, 2014

AECOM P3 group awarded Canadian contract

The GrandLinq P3 will design, build, finance, operate and maintain a new at-grade light rail transit (LRT) system between the cities of Waterloo and Kitchener. The contract is expected to be worth approximately $23 million to AECOM.
Bus| June 17, 2014

NJ Transit adding 63 more MCIs

The buses would replace the current fleet of 14-year-old buses fueled by CNG, which are now in service on Route 9.

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