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Turbine generates energy from L.A. Metro subway airflow

Rail| April 22, 2014
It is projected that the 10-foot airflow equipment could generate more than 28,000 kWh per year – enough to power about 12 homes in California for one year, or turn out approximately $6,000 per year in electrical production.

TriMet police make arrest in ticket fraud case

Management & Operations| April 22, 2014
Suspect may have forged more than one thousand passes over the past several months.
Bus| April 22, 2014

D.C. Metro’s sustainability plan to cut energy use by 15%

Other targets set by the new initiative include increasing Metro ridership 25% by 2025; increasing greenhouse gas displacement by 10% by 2025; and reducing water use per vehicle mile by 20% by 2025.

Bus| April 22, 2014

N.Y. transit hub attains LEED certification

The Hub, which was designed by QPK Design and constructed by Bette & Cringe, opened in September 2012 and serves as the main transfer location for more than one million Centro riders annually.
Management & Operations| April 22, 2014

Texas' Cap Metro opening 6 more bike shelters

Each fully-enclosed bike shelter will offer secure, card-key access from 5 a.m. to 1:30 a.m., daily, and will have space for 24 two-wheeled standard or electric bikes.
Motorcoach| April 21, 2014

FMCSA: Current financial responsibility minimums are inadequate

Analysis shows that while catastrophic motor carrier crashes are rare, the costs for resulting severe and critical injuries can exceed $1 million.
Motorcoach| April 21, 2014

Megabus focus of DePaul U. report

The Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development study evaluates the prices of travel between October 2013 and January 2014 on various modes of transportation — air, bus and rail — in 52 popular city pairs with travel distances between 100 and 500 miles under various advance purchase scenarios.
University| April 21, 2014

Cornell U. may end free rides for 1st-year students

The Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit reportedly sees an annual deficit of more than $700,000, partially caused by an increase in first-year students who use the service, which has driven down the subsidy amount the agency receives per student.
University| April 21, 2014

Northwestern U.'s SafeRide never in danger

City officials refute claims made last week saying university was forced to stop offering rides between off-campus locations. Senior official also said the university did not do enough to make sure students knew of the reduction in service, which occurred after spring break.
University| April 21, 2014

Colorado State U. launching new on-campus shuttle

The new, free system, which will officially begin running late this summer, is operated in partnership with the City of Fort Collins Transfort bus system and the Associated Students of CSU.

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