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Ann Arbor approves funds for U. of Mich. project

Government Issues| May 20, 2013
Under an agreement with the university, the city is using the money to pay for installation of telecommunications fiber, sensors and electronic equipment, as well as some network support.

U. of Wis. raising parking fee to cover transit

University| May 20, 2013
Plans to implement small permit fee increases over a six-year span to ensure future funding of its transportation services. The Transportation Services program has had to tap into its reserves to continue funding its services.
Management & Operations| May 20, 2013

Amtrak unveils advanced tech. Siemens locomotives

Electric locomotives are being assembled in Siemens’ Sacramento, Calif., rail manufacturing plant powered by renewable energy, with parts built from its plants in Norwood, Ohio, Alpharetta, Ga., and Richland, Miss., and nearly 70 suppliers, representing more than 60 cities and 23 states.
University| May 20, 2013

Mississippi St. partners for parking app

Provides near real-time insight on available parking, including policy information for specific campus lots.
University| May 20, 2013

First Transit wins Ala. shuttle contract

Service will operate throughout the 323-acre campus.
Bus| May 17, 2013

Veolia names King Northeast Transit VP

John King has been the GM for the company’s Prince George’s County contract since 2006. In that time, under his direction, service grew to nearly 1,200 daily trips, with 245 employees and 93 buses.
Management & Operations| May 17, 2013

Amtrak upgrades Wi-Fi service

The 4G upgrade is already complete on Acela Express and the California-supported Capitol Corridor, Pacific Surfliner and San Joaquin services, and will be rolled out to all remaining Wi-Fi-equipped Amtrak trains by late summer, including the Northeast Regional.
Bus| May 16, 2013

CapMetro offers new pass for younger travelers

The card, designed for students 6 to18, acts as a transit pass and offers discounts at local destinations such as restaurants and cinemas.
Bus| May 16, 2013

Seattle expands smart card purchase options

More than 120 retail stores just joined the 40 transit agency venues that sell ORCA cards. Prior to ORCA, regional transit agencies each had their own tickets, passes and paper transfers.
Bus| May 16, 2013

Report: Reduction in driving likely to continue in U.S.

The Millennial generation is leading the change in transportation trends. Sixteen to 34-year-olds drove a whopping 23% fewer miles on average in 2009 than in 2001 — the greatest decline in driving of any age group.

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