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MBTA riders happier with train countdown signs

Rail| January 30, 2013
Hundreds of surveyed riders that had been polled the day before the signs were installed were more optimistic about how long trains would take to arrive and seemed to be more satisfied with the train’s performance. The survey is part of a larger effort to gather customer experience data.

Calif. HSRA, city settle lawsuit over route

Rail| January 30, 2013
The rail authority agreed to consider the city's concerns about the route options in and around the city and cover up to $300,000 of the city's legal fees associated with the lawsuit. The settlement removes one hurdle from construction plans this year on the first segment in Madera and Fresno counties.
Rail| January 30, 2013

N.Y. MTA seeking train ticketing app

LIRR and Metro-North are seeking proposals from companies that can develop an app that will let customers buy tickets right on their mobile devices and display their tickets on screen for visual inspection by conductors and/or barcode verification. Responses are due by March 15.
Rail| January 30, 2013

Conn. DOT offers rail information apps

The apps include quick links to Metro-North and Amtrak rails services, including schedules and fare information, bus schedules and routes, public transportation information and much more.
Bus| January 29, 2013

Report suggests new ways to charge Ontario riders

Mississauga public transit riders should pay more to travel further and pay less to ride outside rush hour.
Bus| January 29, 2013

Minn. residents want their share of transit dollars

Critics of Gov. Mark Dayton's proposal to raise $200 million per year for new bus and passenger rail services fear that the east metro will not receive an equal share of the money.
Bus| January 29, 2013

Ore. plans bus rapid transit expansion

The extension will connect West Eugene residents to downtown, and include two pedestrian bridges, new sidewalks and an additional bike lane.
Bus| January 29, 2013

NJ Transit reopens terminal waiting room

It had been closed since Dec. 19, 2012, due to damage from Hurricane Sandy. Work to prepare the waiting room for reopening has included power-washing the walls; replacing heaters and heater motors; replacing electrical panels, outlets and wiring; and stripping and sealing the floors.
Bus| January 29, 2013

DART unveils new bus fleet

The 459 30- and 40-foot buses mark the latest phase of the agency’s clean transit fuels program. The $210 million contract with NABI, one of the nation’s largest CNG bus orders, will allow the agency to introduce heavy-duty buses to replace the current fleet of liquefied natural gas and clean diesel buses, which began service in 1998.
Accessibility| January 29, 2013

Secretary LaHood to step down

Touts success of last four years in letter to U.S. DOT employees.

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