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Clean Energy to supply Va. govt. fleets

Bus| October 3, 2012
Company also plans to build CNG fueling stations and provide CNG vehicle conversions for Commonwealth and local Virginia governments that want to take advantage of the benefits of natural gas as a transportation fuel.

Nova Bus secures $143M TTC artic order

Bus| October 3, 2012
The corrosion- and fatigue-resistant stainless steel structure of the LFS Artic, as well as its proven track record and overall design were key features for the TTC. Nova Bus vehicles for the TTC will be entirely assembled in Canada and feature a high level of Canadian content.
Rail| October 3, 2012

LIRR expands station waiting room hours

The 41 stations will have their waiting room hours extended until 10 PM in the evening on weekdays. LIRR station waiting rooms typically open between 5 AM and 6 AM on weekdays. Prior to the pilot, most station waiting rooms closed by mid-afternoon.
Rail| October 3, 2012

L.A. Metro receives $545M loan for light rail construction

The agency will use the TIFIA loan to advance construction of a 8.5-mile light rail line and at least six new transit stations with off-street parking.
Rail| October 3, 2012

Amtrak launches virtual online assistant

"Ask Julie" provides both a verbal and written response to customers' travel questions along with related links, and can even send customers directly to the Amtrak website's most relevant page.
Rail| October 3, 2012 opens 100 digital rail station grocery stores

Commuters in Boston, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Chicago will be able to order groceries for delivery using their mobile devices at the company's digital grocery aisles on the train platforms.

Rail| October 2, 2012

Survey: Va. light rail keeps cars off the road

Forty-four percent of respondents claimed that they would drive if not for the Hampton Roads Transit’s The Tide light rail.
Bus| October 2, 2012

Complete Coach announces Maxxforce bus tour

Since this bus debuted at APTA's Bus & Paratransit Conference in May, it has undergone rigorous testing in desert heat up and down the infamous Cajon Pass in California, one of the nation's longest 6% grade roadways, and through thousands of miles of uninterrupted road testing.
Rail| October 2, 2012

Conn. receives $120M for train service

Improvements to the corridor will reduce travel time between St. Albans, Vt. and New Haven, Conn., by more than one hour. The project involves installing 10 miles of double track, upgrading a signal system on a portion of the line, and making improvements at 28 road crossings.
Bus| October 2, 2012

Iowa bus replacement could be tough under MAP-21

Under the previous federal law, the state was able to obtain $3 million two years in a row to replace aging public transit buses. MAP-21, however, focuses on rail and fixed guideway systems, which the state does not have.

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