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NJ Transit to add track, station

Rail| January 9, 2013
Amtrak also plans to upgrade electrical wiring and signals on a straight, high-speed section of the Northeast Corridor from New Brunswick to just south of Trenton.

Amtrak expands NEC high-speed service

Rail| January 9, 2013
Adding a new weekday Acela Express round-trip between New York and Washington, D.C., beginning on Jan. 28. The service will also make stops in Baltimore, Wilmington, Del.; Philadelphia, and Newark, N.J., and offer reserved Business Class and First Class service options.
Management & Operations| January 8, 2013

Survey: Growing support for transit in Houston

A growing number of people say they want to live within walking distance of work and shopping. The results signify an impending shift in the transportation habits of one of the nation's most car-centric cities.
Motorcoach| January 8, 2013

2 Ore. coach crash survivors file lawsuit

The passengers, exchange students from South Korea, allege that the driver was tired, drove too fast on a road with patches of snow and ice, and ignored warnings from riders.
Motorcoach| January 8, 2013

Fung Wah bus strikes 2 pedestrians

The victims are in stable condition, and the driver of the bus is not expected to be charged.
Bus| January 8, 2013

Officials seek name for Canadian rapid transit project

Holding three public consultation session to name the $818-million project.
Bus| January 8, 2013

Report: Sound Transit overpaid security firm

The excess amount was $349,632 over a four-and-a-half-year period, according to a state auditor. An untrained employee and overly complex accounting systems were to blame for the payment mistakes.
Motorcoach| January 8, 2013

Prevost adds energy management system

PRIME will be an option on upcoming 2014 model H-Series seated coaches and X-Series seated coaches. It will be will be standard on 2014 model H3-45 VIP and X3-45 VIP conversion coaches.
Rail| January 8, 2013

L.A. Metro brings art to its stations

The new Expo Line stations feature 176 art panels by 10 artists. The artwork reflects the history and heritage of designated neighborhoods.
Rail| January 8, 2013

FTA awards Sacramento $135M for rail extension

The expansion offers commuters an alternative to congested Highway 99 while bringing new transit service to Cosumnes River College, one of the area’s major employers.

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