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Rutgers U. bus service makes safety changes

University| October 1, 2012
The idea is to create a safety zone with the buses so cars and other buses won’t be inclined to go around through the crosswalk.

Consolidated transits could extend Clemson U. service

University| October 1, 2012
The idea surfaces at a time when both bus systems have been put into the same federal classification, meaning they will have to share federal funding for the first time.
University| October 1, 2012

First Transit N.Y. universities contract extended

The contract will consist of three locations that house students from the University of Buffalo and those in the State of New York University (SUNY) System.
Bus| September 28, 2012

N.Y. MTA revises advertising standards

The modification was prompted by a recent federal court decision that determined that MTA's "no demeaning standard" — a standard that had prohibited ads containing "images or information that demean an individual or group of individuals on account of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender, age, disability or sexual orientation" — was unconstitutional.
Rail| September 28, 2012

D.C. Metro, LivingSocial partner on late night service

LivingSocial will underwrite at least one hour and up to two hours of extended Metrorail service for all rides originating from Navy Yard-Ballpark station after home evening post-season games in October and November.
Motorcoach| September 28, 2012

More fraudulent U.S. DOT letters ask for bank info

An attempt to obtain banking information from the targeted motor carriers, they appear to be from the U.S. DOT Procurement Office. They are signed by a fictitious name — Julie Weynel, senior procurement officer — who is not an employee of U.S. DOT.
Bus| September 28, 2012

Chicago RTA releases Regional Report Card

The recently-released performance measures reports analyzed how the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace fared in the areas of service coverage, service efficiency and effectiveness, service delivery, service maintenance and capital investment, and service level solvency.
Rail| September 28, 2012

MBCR A/C sets efficiency record

MBCR, which operates a fleet of coaches that average more than 24 years in age, with some cars that are nearly 40 years old, reported an average of less than one air conditioning malfunction per day from June 1 until September 15th for the 356 passenger coaches used in daily service.
Bus| September 28, 2012

WTS Int'l offers public sector membership discount

The membership drive, valid for the month of October 2012, was created with a dual purpose: In recognition of public sector professionals and their contribution to the industry, and to move WTS forward on its mission to bring more diverse leadership to the transportation industry.
Rail| September 27, 2012

BART tests early earthquake warning system

Developed by University of California, Berkeley seismologists, it sends alerts over the Internet to the transit system and other end users, such as Google.

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