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OKC's Metro Transit ridership up 5%

Bus| February 7, 2013
Boost attributed to additional funding for improving routes and soaring fuel prices.

Chicago Transit adds 36 more bus drivers

Bus| February 7, 2013
Will operate the shuttle buses and expanded supplemental bus service the CTA will offer customers during the Red Line construction project, which gets under way in May 2013. The drivers will become full-time bus drivers following the conclusion of the project.
Bus| February 6, 2013

MARTA broke open meetings law in GM search

Georgia Rep. Mike Jacobs filed a complaint with the state attorney general, alleging the transit system’s board had conducted an illegal “secret” vote by email to decide which finalist should be GM. The agency blamed the misstep on poor legal advice and denied conducting illegal votes.
Rail| February 6, 2013

Minn. considers 2 bills for light rail funding

Senate File 257 would provide $118 million for the Southwest Light Rail Transit line, while Senate File 258 would provide $37 million.
Rail| February 6, 2013

Okla. committee calls for 3 rail corridors

The study, conducted by the Regional Transit Dialogue Steering Committee, suggested a rail link to a $120 million streetcar system in downtown Oklahoma City.
Rail| February 6, 2013

Bombardier's track safety technology lauded

TrackSafe takes advantage of RFID technology to create improved location awareness for track workers and train operators, alerting both to potential hazards.
Rail| February 6, 2013

Chicago opens 7000-series railcar bidding

The railcars, expected to begin delivery around 2016, will replace current rail stock that is nearing or beyond 30 years of age.
Bus| February 6, 2013

Cleveland RTA introduces free safety app

The app is expected to help customers assist RTA in safety and security matters throughout the rail and bus system. The free iWatch RTA app is available on iPhone and Android.
Rail| February 6, 2013

Pa. may lose Amtrak service

A federal law passed in 2008 requires the state to pay for rail routes less than 750 miles, which includes Amtrak's Pennsylvanian, at about 440 miles. The state has until October to decide whether to pay the $5.7 million to keep the service.
Rail| February 6, 2013

N.Y. MTA introduces interactive subway map

Now, without the need to open a separate PDF file, you can zoom in to enlarge any part of the map and expose details for easy viewing.

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