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Amtrak Calif. lines hit record ridership

Management & Operations| November 25, 2013
Over the past 10 years, ridership on the Pacific Surfliner, the second-busiest rail corridor in the nation, and the San Joaquin, the fifth-busiest, increased by nearly one million passengers, and ticket revenues skyrocketed from $44 million to $102 million.

FMCSA orders Phoenix operator to cease operations

Government Issues| November 25, 2013
Investigators found that the carrier, Autobuses Rayon improperly allowed at least three other unsafe bus companies, previously shut down by FMCSA, to continue passenger services using vehicles with the registration markings of its company.
Management & Operations| November 25, 2013

N.Y MTA subway project reaches major milestone

All blasting operations for Phase 1 of the Second Avenue Subway Project are complete and heavy construction to excavate and create the 96th St station reached substantial completion.
Accessibility| November 25, 2013

N.Y. county debuts MV-1s for paratransit fleet

The vehicles can accommodate three ambulatory passengers and one standard size wheelchair passenger.
Accessibility| November 25, 2013

Advocates request delay of Del. paratransit changes

Delaware Transit Corp., which operates DART First State, wants to double most bus and paratransit fares over two years, expand bus routes and implement a new model of paratransit.
Accessibility| November 25, 2013

Veolia wins Calif. paratransit contract

The contract term with Riverside Transit Agency is for three years with two, one-year extension options.
Accessibility| November 25, 2013

Illinois transit to make bus stops more accessible

Springfield MTD is beginning work to make 14 bus stops more accessible to people in wheelchairs. All of the stops will be equipped with a concrete pad and a shelter.
Motorcoach| November 22, 2013

ABC delivers 2 Van Hool C2045Ls to Fla.

With the addition of the new vehicles, Corporate Coaches now has nine wheelchair accessible motorcoaches in their vehicle fleet.
Bus| November 21, 2013

Detroit buses may get their own police force

The Detroit DOT may soon put more officers on city buses. The move is a response to bus drivers demanding more security, particularly after a passenger threw a bucket of bleach on a driver. The cost could be more than $2 million.
Rail| November 21, 2013

Proposed Colo. high-speed rail line would cost $9.8 billion

Favored plan connects Fort Collins to Denver International Airport and heads south to Colorado Springs.

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