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Following derailment, Metro North to resume full service Wednesday

Rail| May 21, 2013
About 100 workers are on the job, which has been ongoing around the clock since Saturday night when the NTSB completed its initial investigation of the scene and allowed Metro-North to begin removing the two, eight-car trains.

Calif.'s NCTD reaches agreement with contractor

Management & Operations| May 20, 2013
The agreement provides for the implementation of new procedures for communicating critical information between Veolia, its maintenance subcontractor, Bombardier Transportation and NCTD, and the early identification of risks within Sprinter operations and maintenance.
Management & Operations| May 20, 2013

Minn. Metro renames Hiawatha light rail Blue Line

The Metro system will include the Metro Red Line bus rapid transit on Cedar Avenue, which begins service June 22, and Metro Green Line light rail service between the downtown areas in both St. Paul and Minneapolis, with service beginning in mid-2014.
Government Issues| May 20, 2013

FMCSA orders Ill. to cease operations

The owner of Illini Tours, Robert L. Frazier, is also the owner of Lex Express Inc./Lincolnland Express, a passenger carrier ordered to shut down by FMCSA in December 2012 for multiple violations, including making false entries on vehicle maintenance records.
Bus| May 20, 2013

Real-time bus arrival signage being added at Boston Logan Airport

A new Rental Car Center will start operating this fall with a unified bus system that will replace more than 90 rental car company buses and Massport shuttle buses with 28 new 60-foot articulated buses.
University| May 20, 2013

During summer break, Iowa State U. transit to enhance facilities

Will implement its bus stop improvement plan and begin construction work to expand its headquarters.
University| May 20, 2013

U. of Hawaii unveils bus tracking app

The University of Hawaii at Manoa is trying to increase ridership and create a strict, on-time schedule for its shuttles. It paid $15,960 for the app as well as the system of wireless transmitters installed in the buses.
Government Issues| May 20, 2013

Ann Arbor approves funds for U. of Mich. project

Under an agreement with the university, the city is using the money to pay for installation of telecommunications fiber, sensors and electronic equipment, as well as some network support.
University| May 20, 2013

U. of Wis. raising parking fee to cover transit

Plans to implement small permit fee increases over a six-year span to ensure future funding of its transportation services. The Transportation Services program has had to tap into its reserves to continue funding its services.
Management & Operations| May 20, 2013

Amtrak unveils advanced tech. Siemens locomotives

Electric locomotives are being assembled in Siemens’ Sacramento, Calif., rail manufacturing plant powered by renewable energy, with parts built from its plants in Norwood, Ohio, Alpharetta, Ga., and Richland, Miss., and nearly 70 suppliers, representing more than 60 cities and 23 states.

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