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Harsco Rail, Protran sign exclusive distribution agreement

Rail| December 16, 2013
The company specializes in technology development, asset monitoring, advance warning, and voltage awareness devices and has been providing U.S. transit systems with technical and manufacturing expertise for the past 15 years.

NJ Transit to add 84 MCI natural gas buses

Bus| December 16, 2013
Meanwhile, the company announced its Service Centers will deploy three mobile maintenance units in the New York and New Jersey area, Orlando, Fla. and Los Angeles.
University| December 16, 2013

Stony Brook U. offering daily bus service to Manhattan

The daily, nonstop service is provided by 7Bus, a private, Bohemia-based transit company, formerly known as Bolt Bus Long Island. The university added it after survey results showed that more than 70% of students were in favor of it.
Management & Operations| December 16, 2013

BYD disputes 'misinformation' regarding labor practices, vehicles

Attorney Lanny Davis, acting as the company's spokesman, said there are facts that are beyond dispute that can and will be substantiated by documentation.
University| December 16, 2013

LSU's bus services to be cut if fee not raised

It’s been estimated that a student fee increase of $13 is needed to maintain current levels of bus service.
Security and Safety | December 16, 2013

University shuttles among those caught in fed sweep

Operations providing services at the University of Illinois, Illinois State University and the University of Mississippi were among 52 motorcoach operators shut down over eight-month span.
University| December 13, 2013

Vanderbilt U. offers student-designed van app in iTunes

Created to improve access to information on Vandy Vans, the university’s overnight campus shuttle. The app helps students plan trips, locate the van closest to them, and set reminders to alert them when a van is two minutes away from approaching their stops.
Motorcoach| December 13, 2013

Megabus stop to return to U. of Vermont campus

The carrier moved its stop away from the campus in November after being asked by the university to relocate it in response to multiple instances of suspected drug trafficking and a drug arrest at the stop.
Rail| December 13, 2013

BART, unions back to bargaining table after lawsuit

Attempting to resolve a dispute over a contract provision that included a family medical leave clause, which the agency says it cannot afford. Unions are not ruling out the option of a third strike.
Sustainability| December 13, 2013

U. of Texas engineer's research aimed at more livable communities

Will study how technology can improve pedestrian and bicycle safety, how social media may be used to shape more sustainable commuting practices, and the impact of GPS and cell phone technologies on driver safety as part of the larger project.

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