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N.C. breaks ground on $24M bridge project

Rail| February 18, 2013
The Hopson Road Project is the first of 12 Piedmont Improvement Program projects dedicated to separating rail and highway traffic. The project will ultimately eliminate 50 crossings between Charlotte and Raleigh.

Conn. I-BUS hits ridership record

Bus| February 18, 2013
The I-BUS Express is a public service of the Connecticut and New York State Departments of Transportation, operated by CTTRANSIT, in cooperation with the Westchester County Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Metro-North Railroad.
Bus| February 15, 2013

Co. behind Chicago transit fare payment has lowest consumer rating

One of the companies behind the Chicago Transit Authority’s Ventra open payment fare pass and debit card received an “F” rating from the Better Business Bureau. The rating was based on nearly 100 complaints in the last three years.
Rail| February 15, 2013

NJ Transit finds more Sandy railcar damage

Three hundred and forty-two railcars and locomotives were actually damaged by the Superstorm and the cost of the storm to the agency has risen to $450 million. Originally, 323 pieces of equipment were reported as damaged and the cost of the storm was thought to be $400 million.
Motorcoach| February 15, 2013

LaHood, Ferro announce motorcoach safety crackdown

FMCSA inspectors and auditors will undergo specialized training aimed at investigating key areas of operations at motorcoach companies deemed to be high-risk carriers.
University| February 15, 2013

U. of Mich., non-profit launch area bike share

The CEC has taken the lead on the project, securing a $700,000 grant from the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments. The university also plans to support operating funds in the first three years of the program.
Bus| February 15, 2013

U. of Wis. Oshkosh celebrates 101K rides on transit

According to the Oshkosh Transit System’s (now GO Transit) monthly ridership reports, nearly 86,000 UW Oshkosh riders took the bus in 2011. In 2012, UW Oshkosh-based ridership surged like never before, resulting in an 18% annual increase.

University| February 15, 2013

U. of South Florida students to get free bus rides

USF Student Government is covering the monthly fee of $2,475 for the rides. The cost is based on ridership fare loss.
University| February 15, 2013

Houston Metro, U. of Houston partner on light rail campaign

Metro asked students to focus their efforts on campaign and research projects designed to strengthen the relationship between the transit system and the university, increase public awareness of light rail, and encourage student and faculty support for more than 500 businesses located along the North, East End and Southeast lines.
University| February 15, 2013

UT Profile: Student-run Unitrans keeps sustainability in mind

The University of California Davis’ transportation service, launched in 1968, provides service to more than 3.6 million riders each year using iconic double-decker buses, modern buses and all student drivers.

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