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NJ Transit cross-honoring in preparation for winter storm

Bus| November 27, 2012
Customers can use their tickets or passes on alternate travel modes. The agency is also taking additional steps to handle the impending winter weather, including making snow plows and salt spreaders ready for service, stocking 16,000 bags of snow-melting supplies, and inspection and maintenance on nearly 2,200 buses.

Gray Line N.Y. adds languages to 4 tours

Motorcoach| November 27, 2012
The Uptown, Downtown, Brooklyn and Night Tours will be pre-recorded in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin and Korean.
Bus| November 27, 2012

Santa Cruz project breaks ground

Signals the final phase of the transit agency’s MetroBase consolidated operations, which is expected to create more than 300 much-needed construction jobs in the area over the next two years.
Bus| November 26, 2012

OCTA names new CEO

Darrell Johnson will replace CEO Will Kempton, who announced his retirement effective Feb. 28, to become the executive director of Transportation California.
Rail| November 26, 2012

Chicago introduces 110 mph rail service

The launch represents a historic step toward the establishment of a high-speed rail network in Illinois, one of Gov. Quinn's key priorities as he works to modernize the state's infrastructure.
Bus| November 26, 2012

North Texas transit leaders sign cooperative agreement

DART Chairman John Danish, DCTA Chairman Charles Emery and The T Chairman Gary W. Cumbie were joined by DART President/Executive Director Gary Thomas, DCTA President/Executive Director Jim Cline and The T’s President/Executive Director Dick Ruddell in signing the agreement.
Bus| November 26, 2012

Chicago Transit president proposes $1.39B budget

The budget reflects a new, tentative labor agreement with the Amalgamated Transit Union Locals #241 and #308, which represent CTA bus and rail operators. The four-year tentative agreement slows the rate of growth in health care spending and emphasizes preventative care, among changes shaving approximately $50 million off the 2013 budget deficit.
Bus| November 26, 2012

Valley Metro to operate Tempe buses

The City was facing an $8 million budget deficit and a large drop in sales tax revenues.
Accessibility| November 26, 2012

Wis. officials consider bringing paratransit service in-house

The city added a line item in the capital budget showing it might spend $1.35 million in 2017 to buy a dozen paratransit vehicles. Officials hope that bringing the service in-house will reduce costs and ease customer service.
Accessibility| November 26, 2012

Wis. cities to restore bus, paratransit service

Many paratransit riders were forced to relocate after the cities of Weston, Schofield and Rothschild discontinued bus and paratransit service. Now, the municipalities are considering a plan that would restore service, but Rothschild would receive less paratransit service due to its location on the route.

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