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Holiday charter bus service for U. students thriving

Motorcoach| December 2, 2013
The post-recession economy, rising cost of gas and decline in the number of young people who own cars have contributed to an increase in demand.

U. of Calgary to benefit from increased transit service

University| December 2, 2013
The additional hours cover 44% of what’s recommended in Calgary Transit’s 30-year blueprint that was approved in March 2013.
University| December 2, 2013

Cornell U. bus struck by truck that killed NYPD officer

The bus had been trying to parallel park in front of the Cornell Club.
Rail| November 27, 2013

Google Street View update maps rail, subway stations

Now shows more than 50 train and subway stations and 16 airports. The feature is designed to give travelers more of a preview of their travel experience.
Rail| November 27, 2013

Study supports HSR track on Texas highways

One of the most effective and cost-efficient ways to build high-speed rail in the state, the University of Texas at Arlington found. Highway land is already owned by the state, eliminating the need to spend potentially billions of dollars buying or leasing private property.
Rail| November 27, 2013

TriMet installs ‘eco-track’ at future light rail station

The vegetated trackway area is pervious to stormwater, thus reducing runoff. It is comprised of 1-inch thick mats with various sedum species.
Bus| November 27, 2013

Cubic acquires Serco's Transport Solutions

Business is primarily a U.K.-based transport technology and services business and had revenues in the last calendar year of approximately $67 million.
Rail| November 27, 2013

Alstom wins Sardinian signaling contract

Both lines combined are 60 miles long and include 20 stations. The project involves the implementation of the complete railway signaling system for both lines.
Rail| November 27, 2013

Valley Metro light rail extension gets FTA approval

The approval comes following the submittal of the project’s Environmental Assessment, required to understand the extension’s effect on its neighboring environment and to continue to receive federal funds.
Rail| November 27, 2013

Sound Transit's University Link projected to open early

The $1.95 billion project was made possible by more than $830 million in federal funding, including an $813 million full funding grant agreement that Sen. Patty Murray helped secure.

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