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Nashville MTA, RTA hit big ridership numbers

Bus| August 14, 2013
Together, they provided 10.5 million passenger trips in the Middle Tennessee region.

Hyperloop visionary unveils high-speed pod plans

Rail| August 13, 2013
System would transport people via aluminum pods enclosed inside of steel tubes that would travel up to 800 miles per hour.
Motorcoach| August 13, 2013

Bus scheduling website raises $2.5M

Wanderu's founders plan to spend the money to establish coverage nationwide, scale its data systems and release new features.
Bus| August 13, 2013

Cincinnati’s SORTA celebrates 40 years

Hosting a community event with a display of an historic bus from the 1960s and one of the system’s newest Metro*Plus buses that will go into service on Aug. 19. Also adding a new limited-stop service.
Rail| August 13, 2013

Judge blocks BART strike for 60 days

Approved California Gov. Jerry Brown’s request to prevent the transit system’s workers from holding another strike for 60 days. While the transit system said the unions have walked out of negotiations, a union negotiator said that BART needs to address worker safety concerns.
Accessibility| August 13, 2013

New BusCon commercial debuts

The “Ralph Kramden” BusCon 2013 video series is a hit with record numbers of views. Make sure you get in on the fun and see the latest video as well as all the previously released videos.
Bus| August 13, 2013

L.A. Metro awards Cubic 6-year extension

Covers the repair and maintenance of Metro’s rail fare collection equipment, TAP validators for regional bus operators, and the back office systems that process the TAP smart card data for Metro’s bus and rail system and 10 regional operators.
Bus| August 13, 2013

Nashville's AMP BRT program gets Fed go ahead

MTA was notified late last week it provided sufficient information to enter the project development phase as outlined under FTA’s Small Starts grants program.
Motorcoach| August 13, 2013

ABA Foundation awards $58K in scholarships

This is the 16th year of the program, which has awarded over $600,000 in assistance to industry families.
Accessibility| August 12, 2013

Nova Scotia dial-a-ride struggles with service awareness

The cost of the service is an issue too, but a spokesperson says a partnership approach involving municipal units and the business community could make it more affordable to more people.

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