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Calif.-to-Vegas train in negotiations for new station

Rail| June 26, 2013
Las Vegas Railway Express selects the City of North Las Vegas for the new train station that will serve passengers traveling on the route between Southern California and Las Vegas. The X Train has been in development for the past several years.

Wash. breaks ground on $46M rail station project

Rail| June 26, 2013
Includes two new platforms; a parking lot with long-term parking for Amtrak patrons; an improved pedestrian underpass and enhanced passenger amenities, creating a modernized train station for Amtrak Cascades, Sound Transit commuter rail, and King County Metro Transit Bus customers.
Management & Operations| June 25, 2013

BART plans for possible shutdown over strike

Workers to vote on whether to give union management the authority it needs to call a strike if its contract expires at the end of the month. The agency is working with regional transportation officials on backup plans if it needs to shut down trains. Both sides expect to reach a deal.
Management & Operations| June 25, 2013

Long Beach Transit appoints new president/CEO

Kenneth McDonald brings over 25 years of transit experience, currently serving as the Assistant VP, Transit and Rail Systems with Parsons Brinckerhoff International, where he oversees transit programs and projects throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Bus| June 25, 2013

OCTA to fund $9.8M in new county transit services

Funded by Measure M2, the half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements, the money will allow cities to operate year-round, seasonal or special event services that complement Orange County’s regional bus and rail systems.
Bus| June 25, 2013

New Flyer to supply CNG buses to BC Transit

The 25 CNG buses are anticipated to begin production in the fourth quarter of 2013 and all buses are expected to be delivered in the first quarter of 2014.
Bus| June 24, 2013

Massachusetts transit unveils $5.2M bus terminal

Includes an enclosed, climate-controlled passenger waiting area, five off-street bus bays to accommodate 14 bus routes that serve approximately 3,500 riders each day, a full-service ticket counter, public restrooms and space for a future coffee shop. The new center replaces a small mobile trailer that had been a temporary fix since 2006.

Accessibility| June 24, 2013

First Transit contract extended in Calif.

The company operates four paratransit routes and one fixed route, providing service to and from the City of Atascadero’s new transit center, which opened in April.
Accessibility| June 24, 2013

MobilityWorks launches website, blog for disabled riders

Includes information about wheelchair accessible vehicle solutions, including adaptive equipment and lift options, such as wheelchair lifts, scooter lifts, wheelchair restraint systems and tie-downs.
Accessibility| June 24, 2013

Mo.-based OATS to switch to fare-based system

The nonprofit transportation and paratransit provider will switch from collecting suggested contributions to implementing a fare system. The provider is making the change so it can balance its fiscal year 2014 budget. Rider contributions make up only 4% of the provider’s revenue.

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