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Princeton U. transit plan to move forward

Rail| December 19, 2012
The university planning board okays a proposed Arts and Transit neighborhood plan that will include a new train station, the renovation of the existing rail station and infrastructure improvements.

Minn. approves light rail plan

Rail| December 19, 2012
The Golden Valley City Council approved the plan, which calls for a fourth light rail line to run from Minneapolis to Brooklyn Park.
Bus| December 19, 2012

N.Y. MTA fares to increase

The increase will take effect on March 1. All the increased fares and tolls taken together are expected to bring in an additional $450 million a year.
Rail| December 19, 2012

DART light rail segment turns 10

The three stations in the city of Plano continue to spur development in the downtown area.
Rail| December 19, 2012

L.A. advances plan for rail to airport

After years of creating separate transportation plans for Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles World Airports and L.A. Metro teamed up to develop options to place a rail stop at the airport.
Rail| December 18, 2012

D.C. Metro sees increase in ridership

New data shows that 37.5% of D.C. residents use public transit to get to work, compared to 33.2% in 1999.
Rail| December 18, 2012

Chinese subway project raises questions

A subway network under construction in Nanchang is in a sparsely populated area, and critics have called the project an extravagance.
Bus| December 18, 2012

San Diego MTS to buy Gilligs, New Flyers

Signed contracts for up to 350 Gillig 40-foot low-floor CNG buses and up to 165 New Flyer 60-foot low-floor articulated CNG buses through 2017. The total value of the contracts, if all options are exercised and future funding is available, is in excess of $343 million, inclusive of sales tax, licenses, fees and delivery.
Bus| December 18, 2012

Veolia, Nevada’s RTC celebrate 20 years

Veolia has operated fixed route service under contract to the RTC without interruption since 1992 when the transit system inaugurated new service. Thirty-two employees who started with the company in 1992 are still with Veolia in Las Vegas.
Bus| December 18, 2012

San Antonio VIA opens BRT service

The new service features eight stops along a 20-mile corridor that takes riders to the area’s largest employment centers at the newly opened South Texas Medical Center Transit Center and in downtown San Antonio.

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