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Syracuse U. adds Zimride to transportation options

University| April 7, 2014
The program will be offered and supported by three campus departments: the Sustainability Division, the Office of Parking and Transit Services, and the Office of Off-Campus and Commuter Services.

Transit cuts could make U. of Wash. student rides longer

University| April 7, 2014
Proposition 1 would add one-tenth of a cent to the sales tax and set an annual car-tab fee of $60 to maintain King County Metro’s service at current levels. Students who commute to University of Washington and other area schools will be particularly hard-hit if the measure is rejected.
University| April 7, 2014

U. of La.-Lafayette vote to double transportation fee

The new funds will be used to replace 11 of UL's oldest full-sized buses, construct at least a couple covered bus stops and possibly launch a new shopping shuttle service.
Motorcoach| April 7, 2014

UMass replaces shuttle provider due to fed safety violations

Decision comes following Crystal Transport Inc.'s operating authority was revoked by the FMCSA for safety violations.
Management & Operations| April 4, 2014

CTA fires operator who derailed train, launches new scheduling rules

She had been on the job for 60 days and admitted to dozing off before the crash, as well as overrunning a station in February, NTSB officials say. The agency may terminate an operator for two serious safety violations under its contract with the union for those workers. It is also setting limits on hours of operation duty and increasing minimum rest time.
Bus| April 3, 2014

Semler Industries unveils diesel exhaust fluid storage system

The Mini-Bulk above-ground storage system, for use at fleets, commercial locations and retail facilities, is the first of its kind to meet the space restrictions of a standard fuel island and has the smallest footprint of any equal-volume system on the market, according to the supplier.
Rail| April 3, 2014

Valley Metro begins $2.8M light rail solar project

Installing a solar plant capable of generating 780 kilowatts of energy annually at its light rail operations and maintenance facility in Phoenix. The plant is estimated to save the agency approximately $100,000 on average per year.
Bus| April 3, 2014

New Flyer opens new Calif. facility

The facility will accommodate work for both New Flyer and NABI Bus products, with its major business at this time being the final assembly of the L.A. Metro’s New Flyer Xcelsior bus order.
Bus| April 3, 2014

SEPTA’s biggest union may call strike

May happen as soon as Sunday, when the transit system’s last union contract expires. SEPTA and the union plan to come to the bargaining table on Thursday.
Motorcoach| April 3, 2014

MCI delivers J4500s to N.D., La.

In addition to a more fuel-efficient, clean-diesel engine, the 2014 model also features MCI's MDSS suspension system and standard safety features including electronic stability control, tire-pressure monitoring and a fire-suppression system.

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