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Alstom wins Spanish high-speed contract

Rail| February 12, 2014
Company’s scope includes the engineering and project management, as well as the supply of catenary system, 2x25kV traction substation and autotransformer stations including associated traction power control system.

Report: Rail to airport connections a growing trend

Rail| February 12, 2014
CNBC focused on cities providing rail transportation to airports and how the trend has proven both convenient and financially beneficial.
Rail| February 12, 2014

$67B building cost estimated for Calif. HSR first phase

The estimate is for constructing the first 520-mile phase of the train line between San Francisco and Los Angeles. That is about 1% less than the $68.4 billion estimate from the 2012 business plan.
Rail| February 12, 2014

Chicago Transit awards $25M contract for Blue Line project

The station work is part of the $492 million "Your New Blue" plan announced in December — the largest comprehensive investment for the Blue Line since 1984.
Rail| February 12, 2014

London Underground unions suspend strike

Will continue to discuss halting proposed staff cuts. The cuts are part of Mayor Boris Johnson’s plan to remove ticket booths and place more staff members on platforms and concourses as riders switch to paying fares with Oyster cards that open gates automatically.
Rail| February 11, 2014

Amtrak adds Wi-Fi to Midwest corridor

New installation brings the Wi-Fi coverage to about 85% of passengers across the national network.
Bus| February 11, 2014

New Va. CEO envisions a city with no cars

David Green also discussed the importance of adding service so residents could have more access to jobs.
Bus| February 11, 2014

NICE, Masabi partner for mobile ticketing

Agency will become among the first U.S. bus transit system to offer smartphone ticketing to its customers, featuring smartphone payment apps for both iPhone and Android.
Motorcoach| February 11, 2014

Pa. tour bus crash injures more than 20

The driver, who works for Freedom Excursions, was driving at an unsafe speed for the snowy weather and crashed into an embankment. Twenty-six riders were taken to hospitals and all but three with minor injuries were treated and released.
Bus| February 11, 2014

Superbowl transit problems to be investigated

Will look into why NJ Transit didn’t anticipate how many people would be taking the train home and plan to accommodate them.

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