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First Transit extended in Conn.

Accessibility| August 27, 2013
The contract with Estuary Transit District will be for three years with two one-year options.

See why 'Ralph Kramden' is going to BusCon

Bus| August 27, 2013
Don't forget to register for the show, which will be held Sept. 9 to 11 at Chicago's Navy Pier.
Accessibility| August 27, 2013

Electric driverless shuttle to service Singapore campus

The robotic driverless electric vehicle, Navia, developed by Induct, can carry up to eight passengers and was designed to complement conventional transport by taking care of the “last mile."
Bus| August 27, 2013

Lancer named to Top 50 companies list

The companies selected for the honor represent slightly over 1% of all companies analyzed by the Ward Group.
Bus| August 27, 2013

New Flyer taps BAE propulsion for Calif. artics

The development and production of these hybrid propulsion systems will be conducted at BAE Systems’ Endicott, N.Y. facility, with the first delivery scheduled for 2014.
Bus| August 27, 2013

NJ, Feds developing grid for stronger power infrastructure

Electrical microgrids can supply highly reliable power during storms or other times when the traditional centralized grid is compromised.
Accessibility| August 26, 2013

Pa. agency struggles with paratransit takeover

Service difficulties have included phone glitches and extended wait times. The agency has had to set up a new call center to accommodate the increased call volume for the service.
Bus| August 26, 2013

Fed research group extends testing of connected vehicle technology

During the past year, the test examined the use of connected vehicle technology in light vehicles, including driver acceptance, safety benefits, and overall system reliability and performance.
Motorcoach| August 26, 2013

FMCSA launches 2-week strike force

In addition to surprise inspections, investigators will also visit new bus companies to assess their levels of safety.
Accessibility| August 26, 2013

Indiana senior van service to idle due to fed cuts

The service will go idle Friday in the wake of the program losing $24,000 through Title III of the Older Americans Act, which accounted for 18% of the service's $129,000 operating budget.

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