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BusCon unveils University Transit track

University| August 19, 2013
Attendees will also have the opportunity to compare an unprecedented number of motorcoach, transit, shuttle, paratransit, trolley and electric buses side-by-side.

Honolulu braces for beginning of college, university school year

University| August 19, 2013
State Department of Transportation officials expect 51,900 students at the University of Hawaii campuses, other colleges and the private schools to head back to school August 26.
University| August 19, 2013

U. of Minn. testing roundabout

Officials monitoring the experiment to see the effectiveness of a permanent roundabout when buses return to Washington Avenue Southeast after Central Corridor light-rail construction concludes.
Government Issues| August 16, 2013

Individuals using public transit save $10,103 annually

APTA releases this monthly Transit Savings Report to examine how an individual in a two-person household can save money by taking public transportation and living with one less car.
Motorcoach| August 16, 2013

MCI delivers Commuter Coaches to Toronto, J4500s to Mass.

Toronto-based transit system GO Transit has added 18 new Motor Coach Industries MCI D4505 Commuter Coaches. Meanwhile, Tauton, Mass.-based Bloom’s Bus Lines received two J4500 coaches.
Bus| August 16, 2013

Proterra announces expansion, new hires

The company more than doubled in size in the past nine months, adding a second production line and shift and increasing its number of employees by more than 50%.
Motorcoach| August 16, 2013

FMCSA orders S.C. operator out of business

Federal investigators found that The People’s Choice, which provides charter services primarily in the southeastern U.S., failed to properly inspect, repair, or maintain its vehicles and allowed vehicles that had failed safety inspections to transport passengers.
Bus| August 16, 2013

Man who stole N.Y. bus sentenced

Jailed since his 2010 arrest, Darius McCollum faced 15 years but will now be almost immediately eligible for parole.
Bus| August 15, 2013

Iowa’s DART wants anti-transit ads banned from benches

After ads that encouraged transit riders to drive instead of taking the bus appeared on area bus stop benches, the transit authority asked city officials to update city code to ban such messages. The system’s GM argued that they send conflicting messages.
Accessibility| August 15, 2013

Chicago Transit Authority awards several contracts

Among announcements are overhaul of 3200-series railcars and $15.7 million of city tax-increment financing funds to make the historic Quincy station accessible to customers with disabilities.

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