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U. of Mich, transit team for physical therapy transportation

Accessibility| July 21, 2014
The program is a student-run free clinic and combines health education with physical therapy. It is a sponsored student organization under the University of Michigan-Flint.

New CapMetro BRT route to serve UT campus

Bus| July 21, 2014
The fleet underwent a full-scale system test earlier this month, where all 15 MetroRapid 803 buses operated like a regular service day, to make sure the technology and route timing works.
Sustainability| July 21, 2014

U. of Virginia to roll out bike-sharing program

A $350,000 grant from the Virginia DOT, as well as subsidies from UVa’s department of parking and transportation and membership fees, will fund the program.
Bus| July 18, 2014

REI debuts compact, waterproof radio

To accommodate smaller dashboard real estate in boats, agriculture equipment or off-road vehicles, REI designed the AW10 to be 3.14” wide. This compact size fits most standard tachometer openings for quick and easy installation.
Rail| July 18, 2014

Russia's new 'Batmobile' tram is high-tech hub inside

The R1 tram features cutting-edge elements on the inside, with dynamic LED lighting and music that change the cabin mood to suit the time of day. Other features include, GPS and GLONASS positioning systems, air conditioning, anti-bacterial hand rails and WiFi.
Bus| July 18, 2014

NYC to begin fining Chinatown buses by August

Regulations allow the city to fine buses for operating without permits, stopping outside of approved zones or deviating from schedules. Fines start at $500 and climb to $2,500 for subsequent offenses within two years.
Bus| July 18, 2014

Lightweight Kiel seats continue to attract commuters, save fuel

Eight months into the BusPlus Program, the Massachusetts DOT sees savings and an increase in customer satisfaction.
Bus| July 18, 2014

Memphis taps ex-Fla. agency chief for top post

The Memphis Area Transit Authority board has picked Ron Garrison, a former head of the public transit system in Tallahassee, Fla., to be the next president and GM of the bus system.
Bus| July 18, 2014

Baton Rouge agency to look into alt.-fuel bus options

Currently, CATS, which has no alternative fuel vehicles in its fleet, is considering compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, hydrogen, biodiesel, electric and diesel-hybrid options, agency officials said.
Bus| July 17, 2014

Pittsburgh Port Authority diverts funds to study BRT

Approved shifting $1.56 million dollars from its capital budget to add to the amount needed to study a BRT line between downtown Pittsburgh and Oakland.

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