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FTA to unveil ANPRM on Safety and Transit Asset Managment

Bus| September 30, 2013
A safety and transit asset management rulemaking is required by MAP-21 and covers several topics that signal FTA’s commitment to ensuring that efforts to keep transit systems in good working order goes hand-in-hand with efforts to keep them safe.

Calif. Gov. signs clean transportation bill

Bus| September 30, 2013
Will provide more than $2 billion in funding to help fleets and consumers purchase clean and low carbon cars, trucks, buses and construction equipment.
Bus| September 30, 2013

Nova wins 16-bus order for Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority and Autoridad Metropolitana de Autobuses in San Juan, Puerto Rico, are renewing their fleet.
Accessibility| September 30, 2013

MV awards paratransit operator

Russel Roan, who has more than 17 years of experience at the Greenville, Ohio Transit System, has maintained an impeccable safety and customer service record.
Motorcoach| September 30, 2013

Red Coach adds 'Economy Class' service

Will be offered aboard deluxe Volvo 9700 coaches. Each motorcoach will offer 54 economy class seats with on board Wi-Fi, restrooms, electrical outlets, retractable foot rests and seat belts
Accessibility| September 30, 2013

Roaring Fork taps Trapeze asset management system

Exceeding the FTA's requirements, RFTA can choose to use the State of Good Repair and Capital Planning modules to track all assets, their condition and their capital replacement schedules,
Bus| September 30, 2013

Question of the Day- What do you like about your job?

As part of the APTA Annual Meeting, METRO asked top executives what they liked about their job. Here are their answers.
Accessibility| September 30, 2013

Pace addresses paratransit growth with outreach

In 2006, Pace assumed responsibility for paratransit operations in Chicago from the CTA. Prior to that, the agency ran paratransit only in the suburbs.
Bus| September 30, 2013

Chicago Transit Authority enhances customer service with new initiatives

The agency operates the nation’s second largest public transportation system. On an average weekday, 1.6 million rides are taken on the system.
Government Issues| September 27, 2013

APTA names 2013-14 Executive Committee

The new APTA chair is Peter Varga, CEO of the The Rapid in Grand Rapids, Mich. Varga succeeds Flora Castillo, board member, New Jersey Transit Corp, who will serve as immediate past chair.

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