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SEPTA breaks ground on $1.4M bus loop reconstruction

Bus| May 15, 2014
The transit system serves more than 5,000 riders daily from the 23rd and Venango Bus Loop. The project includes new bus boarding islands, passenger shelters, enhanced lighting and ADA-related improvements.

Fla.’s HART partners with Megabus to expand intermodal service

Bus| May 15, 2014
A five-year agreement lets Megabus run service through Hillsborough Area Regional Transit’s recently expanded Marion Transit Center.
Rail| May 15, 2014

Md. MTA adds next-train arrival technology

The $1.1 million system includes the installation of GPS antennas, cellular modems, specialized software and computers on all 53 light rail vehicles.
Management & Operations| May 15, 2014

RATP Dev launches NYC sightseeing bus service

The two sightseeing routes are using 15 double-decker buses sporting the colors of the American flag and operate every 10 to 15 minutes.
Bus| May 14, 2014

SPX Genfare, developer partner for mobile payment ticketing

Has entered into an agreement with CooCoo, a Huntington, N.Y.-based developer of innovative mobile software to provide a comprehensive mobile payment ticketing solution to the transportation industry.
Rail| May 14, 2014

Ariz. streetcar to open this summer

July 25 is the expected start date. Economic development is well underway, with millions of dollars invested, officials say.
Rail| May 14, 2014

N.Y. commuter rail 'bar cars' make final run

The Metro-North rails, which date back at least 50 years, are being retired because they cannot be coupled to a new fleet of trains cars on the line.
Rail| May 14, 2014

World’s ‘oldest railway station’ threatened by construction

The U.K.'s Network Rail is planning to build a 3,600-foot viaduct, which would streamline service, above the Liverpool Road station, which dates from 1830. Construction of the project may cause harm to parts of this historic setting.
Rail| May 14, 2014

Metra breaks ground on station improvements

The work includes an $8.1 million contract for a new pedestrian tunnel, retaining walls, ADA ramps, stairways, platform shelters, canopies over both inbound and outbound platforms, landscaping and other ancillary items for the station.
Government Issues| May 14, 2014

Fla. agency prepares for new November referendum

Advocates for the 1% sales tax to be used for expanded Hillsborough Area Regional Transit rail and bus services learn lessons from failed 2010 referendum.

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