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Report: Sound Transit overpaid security firm

Bus| January 8, 2013
The excess amount was $349,632 over a four-and-a-half-year period, according to a state auditor. An untrained employee and overly complex accounting systems were to blame for the payment mistakes.

Prevost adds energy management system

Motorcoach| January 8, 2013
PRIME will be an option on upcoming 2014 model H-Series seated coaches and X-Series seated coaches. It will be will be standard on 2014 model H3-45 VIP and X3-45 VIP conversion coaches.
Rail| January 8, 2013

L.A. Metro brings art to its stations

The new Expo Line stations feature 176 art panels by 10 artists. The artwork reflects the history and heritage of designated neighborhoods.
Rail| January 8, 2013

FTA awards Sacramento $135M for rail extension

The expansion offers commuters an alternative to congested Highway 99 while bringing new transit service to Cosumnes River College, one of the area’s major employers.
Rail| January 8, 2013

AECOM wins Minn. light rail contract

The firm will provide preliminary engineering services for the western half of a 15.8-mile corridor that includes 17 new stations that will operate from downtown Minneapolis through several southwestern suburban cities.
Bus| January 7, 2013

Calif. transit launches vehicle sharing program for area fleets

San Mateo County Transit District launched a new program that will allow member organizations, which can include cities, counties, and other public agencies in the region, to share passenger vehicles.
Motorcoach| January 7, 2013

Report: Fed crackdown, economy helping operators thrive

In 2012, the government cracked down on a number of low-fare bus companies that were shoddily run and did not follow safety regulations.
Bus| January 7, 2013

Pa. report finds transit use up

Forty-three percent of those surveyed rely on some form of commuter option other than driving alone as either their primary or secondary mode of transportation.
University| January 7, 2013

Harvard U. bike commuters receive benefits

Bike commuters will receive tax-free reimbursements for bike-related expenses starting this year, and Emergency Ride Home services through the CommuterChoice Program.
University| January 7, 2013

Coach Canada threatens student bus service

Asked the Ontario Highway Transport Board to order the Queen’s University student-run “Kingston Rocket” to stop operating. Also wants the board to cancel the operating license of the company hired to provide buses and drivers for the service and for the students to pay full costs.

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