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Alstom unveils first Citadis Compact tram in France

Management & Operations| November 14, 2013
Developed to meet the mobility needs of intermediate-sized cities. Between 72 feet and 79 feet in length, the tram can accommodate some 130 passengers.

More than 7 in 10 say public transportation is reliable

Bus| November 14, 2013
Nearly one-half (48%) of Americans say they would require an area to have good public transportation before they would consider moving there, according to a survey.
Motorcoach| November 14, 2013

MCI delivers to Alabama, Vermont

Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Charter Service’s new J4500, which underwent a design change for 2013, features a taller appearance, curving LED headlights and smooth rear cap. Meanwhile, Milton, Vt.-based Premier Coach took delivery of five new Setra S 407s.
Rail| November 13, 2013

Moscow offers free subway rides for squats

The squat-operated ticket machine is part of a campaign by Russia's Olympic Committee to incorporate "elements of sport into daily life," the report said.
Rail| November 13, 2013

Once nearly extinct, streetcars see U.S. resurgence

Many city planners are convinced that classic streetcars can ignite economic development in a way that buses cannot and at a fraction of the expense of light rail.
Rail| November 13, 2013

Calif. high-speed rail land acquisition moving slowly

CHSRA is in escrow on just one parcel of the 370 it needs for the first 30 miles of construction in the Central Valley.
Motorcoach| November 13, 2013

Greyhound orders 55 more Prevost X3-45s

Supplied the intercity operator and First Canada with a total of 350 vehicles between 2008 and 2012, inclusively.
Bus| November 13, 2013

N.Y. MTA satisfaction ratings remain stable

Views the results as a very favorable outcome because they came in the wake of billions of dollars of infrastructure damage and large service disruptions caused by Superstorm Sandy, followed several months later by a fare and toll increase.
Rail| November 13, 2013

CTA unveils renovated Loyola Red Line station

The collaborative $17 million project included station and track infrastructure upgrades, a reconfigured pedestrian crossing and a new open-air community plaza adjacent to the station.
Rail| November 13, 2013

Bombardier wins 'Excellence in Technology' prize

Received the European Rail Congress award for its Flexx Tronic WAKO system — an innovative mechatronic solution designed to compensate the natural roll movement of a train carbody.

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