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ClearEdge Power acquires UTC Power

Bus| February 13, 2013
UTC Power, formerly a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp., has long been considered a leader in fuel cell systems with decades of experience.

APTA: Public transportation users save $9,917 annually

Accessibility| February 13, 2013
The savings are based on the cost of commuting by public transportation compared to the cost of owning and driving a vehicle, which includes the Feb. 12, 2013 average national gas price of $3.60 per gallon and the national unreserved monthly parking rate.
Accessibility| February 13, 2013

Volvo makes strategic investment in DriveCam

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Rail| February 13, 2013

Activists rally to keep Wash. rail line

Trying to keep the city of Kirkland from taking out a five-mile section of rail line to install a recreational trail. City officials told the paper that they plan to eventually rebuild the tracks, but rail advocates are skeptical and say the possibilities should be studied first.
Rail| February 13, 2013

Calif. to Vegas HSR waiting for $5.5B fed loan

An XpressWest representative attributed the extensive wait to the complexity of the project and amount of due diligence the Federal Railroad Administration must complete to approve the loan.
Rail| February 13, 2013

OL to hold state coordinator summit

State program directors for the national, nonprofit rail safety education organization will gather in Chicago from Feb. 26 to 28 to learn about new materials and methods for volunteer training and share best practices for raising awareness of rail safety issues in their communities.
Bus| February 12, 2013

NJ Transit plans study for BRT project

Planning to spend about $800,000 for an environmental study of a route between South Jersey and Philadelphia. The agency will pay for the study with money from a $2.6 million federal grant received last year to advance a proposed BRT system.
Bus| February 12, 2013

Pa. Gov.’s budget plan may find more transit funds

SEPTA and other systems may get more funding than Gov. Tom Corbett called for in his budget plan. The plan would raise transit funding by $40 million in the first year.
Bus| February 12, 2013

Metrolink exec quits in wake of accounting problems

Chief Financial Officer resigned over an internal report that claimed accounting irregularities and poor management and record-keeping. Agency does not have enough cash reserves to meet its current obligations, according to the report.
Bus| February 12, 2013

D.C. Metro scorecard shows progress in 2012

Ninety-one percent of train stops occurred on time, a 1% improvement over 2011, and the rail system made a 13% improvement in reliability over last year. Additionally, Metro has been able to put into service an average of 23 more cars each morning in 2012 compared to 2011, reducing crowding.

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