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Specialty vehicle buyers eyeing mini buses, limo buses, motorcoaches

Accessibility| March 6, 2014
A new survey found that one-third of respondents said the mini bus would be the most popular type of transportation for buyers in this segment in 2014, followed by the limo bus at 25% and motorcoach at 15%.

Plans to build gondola linking Seattle waterfront unveiled

Accessibility| March 6, 2014
The half-mile long Union Street Gondola will be able to move 1,800 people an hour and will be funded solely through private investment.
Bus| March 6, 2014

N.Y. transit plans nearly $1M rebranding campaign

Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority is hoping to increase ridership by making changes to its uniforms, the logo displayed on its buses and names for some bus lines. The agency also plans to redesign bus routes and open a new transit center.
Bus| March 6, 2014

Obama budget tabs $2.5B to expand transit options

Will create or sustain thousands of good construction-related jobs and help communities expand transportation choices that offer new ladders of opportunity for hard-working families.
Rail| March 6, 2014

MBCR asks judge to halt MBTA rail contract

In its court filing, cites irreparable harm created by the MBTA’s decision to move forward with transition to a new operator while refusing to review MBCR’s formal protest in a timely manner.
Motorcoach| March 6, 2014

CH Bus delivers Temsa TS 35 to Ind. operator

Royal Excursion’s 40-passenger vehicles are equipped with Alcoa wheels, 110-volt plug outlets, highest quality leather seats, an REI A/V system, side and driver shades, and wood grain rubber flooring.
Motorcoach| March 6, 2014

MCI delivers 2 J4500s to Hawaii

Royal Star Hawaii’s new J4500s feature wheelchair lifts, lavatories, and A/V systems and will be used primarily for island tours and transfers. The operator will eventually receive a total of six J4500s.
Rail| March 5, 2014

TriMet to send last iconic trolleys to St. Louis

Will lease the last two of Portland’s four old-fashioned trolleys to St. Louis. While critics say that getting rid of the iconic vehicles is regrettable, the transit agency says that with the new MAX Orange line it doesn’t have room to run the trolleys anymore and that they will have a better home in St. Louis.
Rail| March 5, 2014

Plan to kill California HSR may make ballot

The measure would prevent the issue and sale of remaining high-speed rail bonds and future contracts related to the project and lets the Legislature redirect unspent bond proceeds.
Rail| March 5, 2014

Alstom delivers Citadis Compacts to French authority

The first tram will complete a series of track tests by the end of July 2014 to be ready for the commercial launch of the tram service in early September 2014.

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