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U. of Montana to add clean-burning bus

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

Minn. students speak in favor of high-speed rail

Rail| December 17, 2012
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.
University| December 17, 2012

B.C. students to vote on U-Pass price hikes

The monthly universal transit pass fee for students will increase from $30 to $35 next May and rise to $38 by the summer of 2016.
Rail| December 14, 2012

DART awarded $125M TIFIA loan for rail extension

The extension, which will connect Irving, Texas, with Dallas Fort Worth Airport, is part of a long-term effort to create a 90-mile light rail network by 2014 to serve the Dallas metropolitan area.
Bus| December 14, 2012

Grayson to supply Orion with aftermarket parts

Orion Parts plans to introduce a number of Grayson-designed components to its catalogue over the next year, giving operators the opportunity to upgrade OEM components that have become outdated and can now be improved upon.
Rail| December 14, 2012

RATP Dev wins Ariz. streetcar contract

The contract, which is for three years with options to increase it to eight years, consolidates the RATP Dev strategy for its future in the USA where it intends to continue expanding in transit, paratransit, regular inter-urban lines and charter fields as well as tramways and light rail systems.
Bus| December 13, 2012

King County Metro BRT ‘bulbs’ save time, but danger to drivers

Stops protrude toward the street, to help buses quickly board riders. Some are located close to the intersection and occupy the only lane of traffic, causing drivers behind the bus to block the intersection.
Bus| December 13, 2012

UTA launches commuter rail, cuts bus routes

Rail was planned in an effort to expand and enhance public transit between Salt Lake City and Utah counties. However, the agency had to cut the length of some bus routes to accommodate the new rail line, due to budgetary constraints.

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