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Cubic, Transport for London partner for fare payment

Bus| December 18, 2012
Passengers traveling by bus in London have the option of paying their fare with their contactless debit, credit or charge card by simply presenting it to one of the card readers on the bus.

Calif. agency opens art/transit project

Rail| December 18, 2012
The Construction Authority completed the first ever artist-designed transit bridge in California, on time and on budget; and celebrated this milestone with a ceremony honoring the men and women who designed and built the bridge.
Bus| December 17, 2012

Surveillance article raises community concerns

An LTD spokesperson said the agency’s buses have been equipped with audio monitoring devices for about a decade and has had video cameras on buses even longer.
Bus| December 17, 2012

Webasto, ESW Group to partner

Will help fleets attain funding for emission and idle reduction equipment.
University| December 17, 2012

U. of Miss. may get extended bus service

The Oxford-University Transit Commission is looking into extending service from 6:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. on all routes, in response to a survey of University of Mississippi students.
Rail| December 17, 2012

Md. MTA submits environmental statement to FTA

A favorable decision by the FTA would permit MTA to begin final engineering on the Red Line and move forward with acquiring property needed for construction.
University| December 17, 2012

U. of Montana to add clean-burning bus

The university’s transit service has seen its ridership grow from less than 4,000 passengers in 2000 to 450,000 this year.
Rail| December 17, 2012

Minn. students speak in favor of high-speed rail

Students from University of Minnesota Twin Cities, University of Minnesota Duluth and Macalester College held a rolling press conference in support of the proposed Northern Lights Express project. Preliminary engineering is set to start in early 2013.
University| December 17, 2012

Texas A&M launches bike lease program

Borrow-a-Bike allows students and faculty to lease a bike for a short period of time. MaroonBikes, a local bike shop, provides the bikes to the university for free.
University| December 17, 2012

U. of Tenn. adds Zipcar service

Will begin early next year. The service will initially consist of four cars.

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