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London bus drivers to stop taking cash fares

Bus| February 4, 2014
Ninety-nine percent of riders use Oyster fare cards, pre-paid tickets, contactless payment cards or concession tickets instead of currency. Cash payments cost £24 million a year and removing the option would create “significant” savings, transportation officials say.

'Mass transportation Super Bowl' not without its glitches

Bus| February 4, 2014
While 30,000 reportedly used mass transportation to get to the game, several fans reportedly collapsed while waiting in long lines for trains. Charter buses were dispatched to help stem the flow.
Rail| February 4, 2014

D.C. DOT issues RFQ for integrated premium transit system

The system, which includes a streetcar network, local bus provisions, and both existing and new transit facilities, is designed to link neighborhoods with attractive transportation alternatives.
Bus| February 4, 2014

Mohawk launches new blog

The posts feature industry experts who will cover auto lift news, garage equipment reviews, vehicle lift safety, common auto lift questions and more. The blog is designed to be a resource for individuals researching lifts for their home garages, owners of general repair shops, and fleet managers.
Bus| February 3, 2014

Secretary Foxx tours Orlando BRT project

The U.S. Department of Transportation is providing approximately $8 million in FTA funds toward the $10 million East-West BRT project.
Sustainability| February 3, 2014

Proposed UTA rail line may run from U. of Utah to airport

Project receives $2 million CMAQ grant, however, another $4 million commitment to run the line for at least the three years required by the grant before it could open.
Security and Safety | February 3, 2014

Violent crimes prompt U. of Minn. to run weekend buses

The university started planning for the Weekend Circulator in December in an effort to increase safety after several violent crimes occurred on and near campus. Running the service during the spring semester will cost about $125,000.
Bus| February 3, 2014

Maglev, monorail touted as options to link Ga. university

Tech. chief estimated a 21.5-mile maglev train route from Kennesaw State University to Atlanta’s Perimeter Center would cost $472 million.
University| February 3, 2014

Ohio State hires firm to assess transportation needs

Will evaluate school's short- and long-term goals to align with an initiative that identifies OSU’s long-term goals and how to achieve them.
University| February 3, 2014

Transit adds Sunday service for N.Y. university

Suffolk County Transit and Stony Brook University began their partnership in May of 2012 after students on a campus advisory committee requested increased off-campus transportation.

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