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Report: Widow of NYCT transit worker settles for $4M

Management & Operations| October 8, 2013
A Queens judge had already ruled that NYC Transit was negligent for failing to protect James Knell against the lethal shock, so a jury had only to determine the amount of monetary compensation for his pain and suffering.

Denver RTD releases corridor study

Bus| October 8, 2013
The study team led by HNTB was contracted by RTD to provide an objective analysis of transit options for the northwest area which include commuter rail and bus rapid transit.
Bus| October 8, 2013

N.Y. MTA expands real-time bus tracking

This is the third borough to offer MTA Bus Time on its buses. The agency is on track to offer MTA Bus Time on every bus route in New York City in the next six months.
Motorcoach| October 8, 2013

Clean Energy to sell fuel made from waste streams

Will commercially distribute Redeem, a renewable natural gas vehicle fuel made from waste streams such as landfills, large dairies and sewage plants directly to fleets around the country and at the 35 public Clean Energy stations throughout California.
University| October 7, 2013

N.J. colleges get new shuttle service

Bergen Community College's shuttles will transport students between the school’s Lyndhurst and Paramus campuses. A three-year Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant from the FTA for $211,612 each year is supporting the service.
Security and Safety | October 7, 2013

U. of Texas pilots late-night ride program

A primary focus of the uRide service is the initiative to work against drunk driving and drunk driving-related accidents.
Bus| October 7, 2013

BYU transportation event gives students car alternatives

Services being promoted at the event to help students reduce transportation expenses include Hertz 24/7, The Ryde, Zimride, Bike Sharing and Utah Transit Authority.
University| October 7, 2013

New Mexico university area looking into BRT

The Mid-Region Council of Governments discussed a proposal to develop a route that would run through the University of New Mexico and Central New Mexico Community College. The proposal is based on a study that identified areas with limited bus access.
Government Issues| October 7, 2013

Cut power to prevent out-of-service 'ghost trains,' NTSB says

The agency, which released its initial findings on the Chicago Transit Authority crash, also recommended leaving brakes in a position to ensure that the trains can't move on their own.
Bus| October 7, 2013

D.C. Metro PD launches new texting service

Text Tips can be used to report unattended packages, suspicious activity, panhandling, solicitation, vending without a license, parking complaints, tips about investigations or other non-emergency matters.

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