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MTA, NJ Transit up security in wake of Boston bombing

Bus| April 16, 2013
Both agencies increased police patrols. NYPD gave additional attention to the subway system and NJ Transit reminded riders to report suspicious activity to the police.

RIPTA taps police commander for CEO

Bus| April 16, 2013
Board voted to offer a one-year contract to Raymond B. Studley, the state police commander put in charge of the authority by Gov. Lincoln Chafee last August. Studley has not yet accepted the job.
Bus| April 16, 2013

N.C. transit to celebrate 20 years

The agency started with 35 staffers. Today, it takes 191 full- and part-time employees to help operate regional bus, vanpool, paratransit, planning, customer service, marketing, public affairs and sustainable transportation services. Ridership for the first year averaged 500 daily compared with 7,000 daily last month.
Bus| April 16, 2013

Prendergast nominated to lead N.Y. MTA

Has served more than three years as president of MTA New York City Transit and as the MTA interim executive director since Jan. 1, 2013. He replaces Joseph Lhota.
Rail| April 16, 2013

Alstom joint venture launches new PTC suite

Combining respective expertise with Lilee Systems in advanced communications systems and rail signaling technologies, the two companies have developed an Interoperable Train Control solution that for the first time offers the industry a Wayside Interface Unit with Systems Management Agent functionality.
Rail| April 16, 2013

Bombardier wins SunRail contract

The contract is valued at approximately $195 million and includes mobilization activities followed by 10 years of service.
Rail| April 16, 2013

Tempe streetcar to enter project development

The approval of project development allows for the completion of the environmental study and initiation the engineering phase.
Bus| April 16, 2013

MCI combines private, public, Setra sales teams

Under the new structure led by Patrick Scully, there will be one key new coach sales contact representing MCI and Setra brands to both private and public sector customers.
Accessibility| April 15, 2013

Conn. group begins paratransit, travel training service

Rides for Ridgefield, a new town transportation alliance, will begin service on May 1. The program will provide area seniors and those with mobility disabilities with a single source for ride information and transportation counseling.
Accessibility| April 15, 2013

Calif. town residents start bus service for seniors, disabled

Shasta Senior Nutrition Programs debuted its new “44 Express” route. The idea for the service came from town residents, who said better transportation is needed for their area since the Redding Area Bus Authority doesn’t make trips there.

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