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Despite new lines, Utah ridership down

Management & Operations| June 17, 2013
The numbers include not only riders on buses and trains, but also on paratransit and rideshare van service.

REI debuts Web-based fleet management software

Bus| June 17, 2013
A.R.M.O.R-Insight provides three different tools to help manage information for an entire fleet or for a specific vehicle. It helps illustrate vital statistics that are difficult to manage, such as locating intermittent problems; evaluating fleet and driver performance; and monitoring speed, acceleration and idle time.
University| June 17, 2013

Proposed Denver route puts U. of Colo. lab equipment at risk

A key half-segment of an RTD proposed light rail project is routed near the medical campus of University of Colorado. Critics argue that it could adversely impact the highly sensitive equipment being used at the university.
University| June 17, 2013

Ball St. proposes transportation fee

Indiana University has a similar fee of $62.59 for full-time students living off campus.
University| June 17, 2013

Princeton awards First Transit driver with honorary degree

Helen Joynes has served Princeton University’s Tiger Transit since 2009.
Motorcoach| June 14, 2013

Tornado adds 5 Van Hool double-deckers

ABC also announced it signed an agreement with IBP Industries Inc. to become the firm’s new distribution partner in North America.
Government Issues| June 14, 2013

Planned N.C. hub loses funding

A former DOT official said Raleigh could have $15 million of the uncommitted funds for Union Station, but the FRA said rail upgrades between Raleigh and Charlotte had already consumed the money.
Management & Operations| June 13, 2013

Amtrak hires gourmet chefs to upgrade menus

Some of the most accomplished chefs in the country come together to brainstorm hipper more healthful dishes for the rail service.
Bus| June 13, 2013

Under proposed bill, transit benefits would stay higher

Some representatives in Congress are proposing that the $245-a-month in pre-tax benefits that commuters who use public transit now receive become permanent. The benefit is set to expire at the end of the year and would drop to $125 a month.
Accessibility| June 13, 2013

Mo. unveils $2.6M ARRA-funded bus facility

Includes bus storage, maintenance areas and offices for OATS Northeast, which provides demand-response and fixed-route transportation for senior citizens, people with disabilities, and the state’s rural areas.

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