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Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority awards $985M contract

Rail| June 7, 2013
The board also voted to transfer full leadership and funding for rail planning in the Altamont Corridor to the San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission

BART 40th anniversary video nominated for local Emmy

Management & Operations| June 6, 2013
The commemorative video features interviews from both riders and employees — all recounting memories of the past 40 years.
Bus| June 6, 2013

Sen. Frank Lautenberg dedicated career to transit

Consistently supported train travel, particularly Amtrak. The senator was also responsible for some of the most important transportation policies in the country, including instituting stricter limits on blood alcohol levels for drivers, and increasing the federal drinking age to 21.
Bus| June 6, 2013

Crowdsourced transit app Moovit hits 1 million users

By riding with the application open, users contribute real-time speed and location data about their trip. Users can also send overcrowding, cleanliness and rankings reports.
Bus| June 6, 2013

Blog: How a ‘red-state’ city became a transit leader

Salt Lake City, located in a conservative state, is the only city in the country currently building light rail, bus rapid transit, streetcars and commuter rail simultaneously. The lesson that other cities can learn from the city is to design a transit plan based on what people value about where they live.
Bus| June 6, 2013

AC Transit adding 23 New Flyers

The first of the sleek-looking Xcelsior model coaches will begin operation June 16 along one of the region’s most heavily traveled corridors, International Boulevard in Oakland.
Rail| June 6, 2013

Bombardier wins Swedish railcar order

The contract for 96 Movia vehicle includes an option for up to 80 further vehicles. The firm order is valued at approximately $771 million.
Motorcoach| June 6, 2013

Indian Trails adds new route

The new Indian Trails Michigan service will make twice-daily stops in Bay City, Saginaw, Flint, Pontiac, Southfield and Detroit.
Bus| June 6, 2013

First Transit wins new contract

Beginning July 1, 2013, will begin operating a two-bus route under a contract with the largest Native American nation in New York State.
Rail| June 5, 2013

MTA to close Sandy damaged tunnels for repairs

Temporary fixes brought those tunnels back into service, but the damage has led to increased failures of components, a growing number of delayed trains and a pressing need to make permanent repairs.

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