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San Francisco to add 50 New Flyer hybrid buses

Bus| October 30, 2013
The new vehicles will be added to the current fleet of buses in service and replace 50 of its 2000/2001 Neoplan diesel buses, which have reached or exceeded their useful service life of 12 years.

Amtrak's Boardman: Stop taking NEC for granted

Government Issues| October 30, 2013
Explained that the process of aging and decaying infrastructure is gradually eroding the serviceability of the railroad as underfunding takes its toll. Lost riders and revenues are the clearest manifestation of the problem when a failure occurs.
Rail| October 30, 2013

Bombardier to install ERTMS on Chilean line

The system will be implemented on the line between Alameda station in central Santiago and the area of Nos in the city’s outskirts. The line connects further south to Rancagua and then to Chillán.
Bus| October 30, 2013

N.Y. MTA details efforts to harden, protect transit post Sandy

The MTA is designing solutions to fully prevent water incursion at the approximately 600 entry points in Lower Manhattan as well as vulnerable vent plants and openings in other flood-prone areas.
Bus| October 29, 2013

Utah Transit aims to double ridership by 2020

Additional "Strategic Goals" include cutting 25% off the overall time for customers’ trips and increasing service levels 50% by restoring some bus service.
Bus| October 29, 2013

N.C. agencies seek fare increases

The Raleigh City Council will consider the CAT fare proposal after getting a recommendation from the Raleigh Transit Authority. The Triangle Transit Authority board will decide whether to approve the proposed regional fare increases.
Bus| October 29, 2013

First Transit wins Chicago travel info contract

Will offer several service enhancements including an expanded Interactive Voice Response System scheduled for launch in July 2014, which will provide trip-planning information about riding the CTA, Metra and Pace, 24 hours a day.
Bus| October 29, 2013

CTA objects to credit rating downgrade

Moody’s Investors Service cut the Aa3 rating on $2.9 billion of the agency's sales tax revenue bonds one notch to A1, citing diminished political will to raise revenue amid growing capital needs. The transit agency countered that it has no plans to seek additional funding, and that sales tax, fare and other revenue is increasing.
Accessibility| October 29, 2013

Coalition urges Congress to retain transit commuter benefit

Getting America to Work is opposing a 50% cut in the transit benefit that is planned for Jan. 1. Current law allows workers and employers to pay up to $245 in monthly transit costs with tax-exempt dollars.
Accessibility| October 28, 2013

N.Y. paratransit adds 28 vans to fleet

The new wheelchair-accessible Dodge vehicles cost approximately $1.2 million. The first of the vans are expected to be delivered in late this month.

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