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White House asks motorcoach industry to deliver healthcare message

Motorcoach| July 30, 2013
Representatives from the ABA; NAMO; the UMA; and major motorcoach operations reviewed provisions of the Affordable Care Act. The White House said it wants to use the motorcoach industry to convey information about the Act to customers who ride buses and may not have health insurance, including students and the elderly.

New app lets commuters email Congress about transportation woes

Bus| July 30, 2013
“I’m Stuck” will allow users to immediately email their member of Congress to demand solutions to the infrastructure challenges that are keeping them from getting to their destination.
Bus| July 29, 2013

USSC announces executive moves

Rick Klotz to managing director, international operations, effective Sept. 1, 2013. Ray Melleady is appointed to managing director of North American Operations.
Management & Operations| July 29, 2013

N.Y. MTA to sell naming rights to subway stations

The first-of-its-kind plan comes amid projected deficits of $240 million a year through 2016.
Accessibility| July 29, 2013

Seattle hospital's move to propane fleet maximizes savings, sustainability

Sees an estimated savings of $5,000 to $6,000 a year in maintenance costs alone on the 15 bi-fuel shuttles, and has reduced its fuel spent by 50% compared with gasoline.
Accessibility| July 29, 2013

Texas paratransit unveils mobile friendly website

Will allow riders on-the-go access to ride schedules and services.
Accessibility| July 29, 2013

Okla. paratransit hits capacity

The service provided 8,453 rides last fiscal year, up from 3,520 rides in 2009-10, when the system started operation. Each month, the paratransit service gets 10 to 12 new applications.
Accessibility| July 29, 2013

Calif. agency workers strike

Paratransit Services, the Washington-based nonprofit that has operated Lake Transit since 2007, has been in ongoing negotiations for a new three-year contract with members of Teamsters Local 665
Accessibility| July 29, 2013

Report: N.Y. subway stations not always wheelchair accessible

Many have gaps greater than three inches between the platform and the train door. N.Y. MTA designers are working on options to mark disabled boarding areas and filling the gaps with higher platforms.
Rail| July 26, 2013

Driver of derailed Spanish train arrested

Government officials ordered a probe into the accident, as the train wasn’t on high-speed track when it crashed and may have exceeded the 80 kilometers (50 miles) per hour limit, the report said.

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