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TriMet adds 13 transit apps

Bus| July 9, 2013
Now offers 58 free third-party apps. The transit system began releasing data to the public to create apps in 2005.

Pay for Nike shuttle drivers cut with contractor switch

Bus| July 9, 2013
The changes, which included losing paid vacation, holiday and sick days, have affected nine shuttle drivers.
Accessibility| July 9, 2013

Q'Straint sponsors fundraiser for spinal cord injury research

For the 50 Ability Marathon, a team of three wheelchair racers are attempting to compete in 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 weeks to raise funds for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
Management & Operations| July 9, 2013

BART, unions reach agreement, resume service

Extending the current contracts for 30 days. Trains began running again last Friday.
Motorcoach| July 8, 2013

MCI delivers D4505s to Miss.

The new vehicles are part of a 13-coach, all-D fleet — and all have been purchased by Express Bus with the help of the same MCI sales representative.
Government Issues| July 8, 2013

Veteran training grants awarded to 6 colleges

The FMCSA announced almost $1 million in new grants to help train veterans and military families for jobs in the transportation industry.
Motorcoach| July 8, 2013

FMCSA declares Alaskan coach driver an imminent hazard

Several passengers called 911 to report Steven Forrest McKinley II’s impaired driving while other passengers asked him to stop the vehicle. His breath alcohol content was determined to be 0.341.
University| July 8, 2013

BRT system that will link Calif. universities making progress

The BRT system's buses, which burn natural gas, will reduce air pollution and vehicle congestion while providing the public efficient transportation to and from CSUSB and Loma Linda University.
University| July 8, 2013

Princeton, NJ Transit agree to land swap for train project

NJ Transit acquired a small parcel needed for realigning the tracks of the Dinky train that connects the campus with Princeton Junction.
University| July 8, 2013

W. Carolina U. may halt off-campus service

Although no changes are planned for the upcoming school year, officials say they will most likely propose cutting the program the following year if ridership doesn’t pick up.

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