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S.F. voters support 'Google buses,' poll says

Accessibility| March 27, 2014
The telephone poll of 500 likely San Francisco voters found that, overall, 57% have a favorable view of the shuttles, and only 18% have a negative view.

Former Metra chief may head to Calif., reduce severance

Bus| March 27, 2014
If Alex Clifford is offered the position of CEO/GM at the Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District and accepts it, Metra estimates that its total savings to the agency from his severance agreement could top $200,000.
Bus| March 27, 2014

TriMet taps INIT for $30M electronic fare system

Will provide a variety of payment options: transit-only smart card, contactless bank card and a smartphone with Near Field Communications. The transit agency expects the new system to begin serving the Portland metropolitan area in 2017.
Bus| March 27, 2014

CDTA budget includes fleet replacement, BRT expansion

At a glance, personnel costs, purchased transportation and fuel make up a majority of the $78 million budget while the remainder includes materials and supplies, maintenance services, transportation costs and utilities.
Government Issues| March 26, 2014

Chicago train operator asleep before crash, NTSB reports

The woman had been working as an operator for about two months and acknowledged she'd previously fallen asleep on the job in February, when her train partially missed a station, according to an AP report.
Government Issues| March 26, 2014

Detroit streetcar to receive $10 million state loan

The money will serve as a sort of bridge loan to help free up some of the money from longer-term pledges.
Government Issues| March 26, 2014

Metro-North completes fed-mandated signal system changes

With the announced completion of work at the Devon Bridge in Stratford, Conn., last Thursday all the signal modifications ordered by the FRA in December are now complete, well before the Sept. 1, 2014 deadline.
Accessibility| March 26, 2014

MV names sr. VP for contract management

John Catoe has served as a consultant and transit subject matter expect to the company for more than three years and built a distinguished career in the transit industry that spanned more than three decades.
Rail| March 26, 2014

New DART airport station to open 4 months early

The five-mile Orange Line extension from Belt Line Station to the newly rebuilt Terminal A at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport will bring the nation’s longest light rail system to 90 miles.
Rail| March 26, 2014

Denver RTD breaks ground on new commuter rail line

The North Metro Rail Line, a commuter rail service, is expected to open in 2018.

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