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Fla.’s PSTA adds 8 Gillig hybrid buses to fleet

Bus| February 22, 2013
The new diesel-electric hybrid SmartBuses were purchased with federal grant funds and will replace the eight oldest buses in the agency’s fleet.

OCTA expands rail ‘Quiet Zone’

Rail| February 22, 2013
New railroad crossing safety enhancements at a crossing in Dana Point from late 2011 have allowed the city to officially apply for quiet zone status with the FRA. Improvements included upgraded and updated warning devices, additional gate arms, extended and raised medians, improved signage and coordinated traffic signals.
Rail| February 22, 2013

FTA's Rogoff visits SunRail project

Construction of the rail line, which parallels the highly congested I-4 corridor in Orange, Seminole and Volusia counties, has put about 800 people to work and spurred a $250 million investment in a 176-acre Health Village at Florida Hospital.
Rail| February 22, 2013

ABB wins Toronto Transit contract

Installation of DC traction power supply equipment will enable agency operators to maneuver new, low-floor modern streetcars within the state-of-the-art maintenance and storage facility.
Rail| February 22, 2013

Chicago Transit to add 700 positions

The new customer service assistant positions will aid rail station customers in a variety of ways, from answering questions and helping customers with disabilities to handling or reporting problems with station equipment and facilities.
Motorcoach| February 21, 2013

Dallas Cowboys unveil new luxury motorcoach

The posh interior of the $2 million dollar 45-foot Prevost Marathon Coach features nine HDTVs, Crestron control, hardwood flooring, granite counters and leather and fabric sofas.
Bus| February 21, 2013

NRA backs guns on Chicago buses, trains

The issue was raised at a House hearing in Springfield, the first legislative step following a federal appeals court ruling, tossing out the state's ban on concealed guns in public
Bus| February 21, 2013

Chicago unveils proposed BRT lane configurations

Plans for the Central Loop East-West Transit Corridor include designated bus-priority lanes on two miles of streets The Loop BRT corridor will serve Union Station, Ogilvie Transportation Center, CTA subways and Navy Pier with more than 1,700 buses per day, making it one of the busiest bus routes in the nation. Expected to start service in 2014.
Accessibility| February 21, 2013

ROUSH adds 3 Ford chassis options

Built on a 2013 model year or newer chassis with a 6.8-liter, V10 engine, the ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas-powered Ford F-53 and F-59 feature a 67-usable gallon propane autogas fuel tank.
Bus| February 21, 2013

Denver RTD, Red Cross partner on disaster preparedness

The agency is installing 30 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in 17 locations and has trained 20 employees in CPR and the use of the AEDs. The training and AEDs are part of a larger effort by the two organizations to improve preparedness in the community.

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