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PATH’s Hoboken station weeks from reopening

Rail| November 28, 2012
Officials reviewed infrastructure for flood mitigation, but more preventive measures may not have helped because of the age and location of the station.

N.C.’s LYNX celebrates 5 years

Rail| November 28, 2012
The agency originally initially projected 9,100 people would ride the light rail line every day. The line currently averages 15,500 riders daily.
Rail| November 28, 2012

Denver RTD educating public on rail crossing safety

Agency planners visited elementary schools within blocks of one of its commuter and light rail lines to teach students how to safely cross rail intersections. They are also telling the public about the potential danger of newly energized overhead electrical lines that power the rail system.
Rail| November 28, 2012

Metro-North installing signaling system

At an estimated cost of $67 million, the installation is part of the railroad's ongoing effort to bring its entire infrastructure into a state of good repair.
Rail| November 27, 2012

Amtrak fills 2 key positions

Names Bruce Pohlot chief engineer and Tom Quigley GM, state-supported services.
Bus| November 27, 2012

Sweden using light therapy at bus stops

An energy company replaced advertising boards in bus shelters with light therapy lamps that provide light in an area that only gets about four hours of daylight in the winter, helping riders fight off fatigue and depression.
Rail| November 27, 2012

Hurricane Sandy damage to N.Y. MTA nearly $5B

The total equals approximately one year of the transit system’s capital budget.
Bus| November 27, 2012

Nova Scotia transit minister to sets fares, routes

Under recently introduced legislation, the authority to regulate intercity bus service will be given to the Nova Scotia Minister of Transportation. The change will allow bus operators more flexibility to respond to market changes and demand.
Bus| November 27, 2012

NJ Transit cross-honoring in preparation for winter storm

Customers can use their tickets or passes on alternate travel modes. The agency is also taking additional steps to handle the impending winter weather, including making snow plows and salt spreaders ready for service, stocking 16,000 bags of snow-melting supplies, and inspection and maintenance on nearly 2,200 buses.
Motorcoach| November 27, 2012

Gray Line N.Y. adds languages to 4 tours

The Uptown, Downtown, Brooklyn and Night Tours will be pre-recorded in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin and Korean.

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