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Fla. coach accident kills one passenger

Motorcoach| May 2, 2013
Dolphin Transportation issued a statement saying as many as 50 people were on the bus, and 17 people, including the driver, sustained injuries.

FMCSA declares N.Y. operator imminent hazard

Government Issues| May 2, 2013
Coach USA Tour Inc. operates a small fleet of tour buses and primarily provides sightseeing tours in the northeastern U.S. The company is “NOT affiliated in any way with Paramus, N.J.-based Coach USA Inc.,” according to the FMCSA.
Government Issues| May 2, 2013

Officials mark completion of D.C.'s Columbus Plaza

FTA funding helped provide roadway, sidewalk and security improvements, and new traffic patterns that improve access to the station for pedestrians, bicyclists, public transit buses, taxis, tour buses and private vehicles.
Rail| May 1, 2013

High-speed rail security addressed in new report

Draws upon empirical data from proprietary database of terrorist and serious criminal attacks against public surface transportation and from reviews of selected HSR systems, including onsite observations.
Rail| May 1, 2013

Cincinnati streetcar faces $17.4M shortfall

Project funding gap is in part due to bids to install tracks, build shelters and buy ticket machines being $26 million to $44 million higher than estimated by the city.
Rail| May 1, 2013

MBTA welcomes first new commuter coaches

These are the first three coaches of 75 total ordered from Hyundai-Rotem USA, at a cost of $190 million. Fifteen will be in service by fall of 2013.

Greater Dayton RTA adds new chief capital officer

In this role, Robert Ruzinsky will be responsible for agency asset management, capital program planning, development and execution.
Rail| May 1, 2013

Nippon Sharyo expands Ill. production facility

In the new facility, major parts and components for the car body will be manufactured using U.S. made raw material.
Rail| May 1, 2013

Amtrak celebrates 42nd year

To celebrate, President/CEO Joe Boardman released a statement lauding the rail service's success.
Government Issues| May 1, 2013

New BART enforcement law to take effect

California Assembly Bill 716, which took effect last year, allows BART to issue a “prohibition order” against anyone who commits certain offenses on the transit district’s property, such as violence against employees or passengers, defacing property or urinating in public.

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