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London subway, trains face major Olympic test

Rail| July 25, 2012
Officials expecting up to three million more journeys a day. Britain spent over $10 billion upgrading the transit system, which includes some parts of the underground system dating back to the 1860s.

LaHood, Rogoff tout safety standards, funding in Miami

Bus| July 25, 2012
The city's $10 million grant will be used to replace aging Metrobus diesel vehicles with new hybrid-electric buses that will reduce fuel costs, lower emissions, and provide a more comfortable, reliable ride in one of the most populated counties in the Southeastern U.S.
Rail| July 25, 2012

Amtrak proposes $7 billion D.C. station renovation

The plan calls for doubling the number of trains the station can accommodate and improving the passenger experience at what is the second-busiest Amtrak station in the country.
Rail| July 25, 2012

Denver RTD approves Kiewit rail extension proposal

The team includes Mass. Electric Construction Co., AECOM and RBC Capital Markets.
Rail| July 25, 2012

TriMet to receive 64 girders for light rail project

Will support the Portland-Milwaukie light rail transit project’s harbor structure decking that will carry the light rail over and under several roadways in South Waterfront.
Rail| July 25, 2012

Bombardier to supply 20 light rail cars to UK

Deal forms part of the contract signed with Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive in 2007 and is valued at approximately $51 million, with Bombardier's share valued at approximately $38 million.
Bus| July 24, 2012

REI debuts 2 new wireless fleet software products

A.R.M.O.R-Auto Pilot manages wireless downloading, reporting and automated notification of video events the user defines, as well as video download requests made while the vehicle is off or in the lot. A.R.M.O.R-Diagnostics is a vehicle, DVR and camera diagnostics software tool that allows proactive monitoring of fleet health status.
Motorcoach| July 24, 2012

NTSB to meet on Va. crash

Four of the 58 passengers were killed and 49 others were injured.
Bus| July 24, 2012

N.Y. MTA increasing bus patrols to catch fare evaders

The idea behind the use of the Eagle Team patrols is two-fold, first to serve as a deterrent against fare evasion and second to assist the NYPD, particularly notifying them about “hot spots” — locations where fare evasion is a problem.
Bus| July 24, 2012

Mich. study supports county transit network

Transit advocates and local leaders are taking a second look at a transportation study that urged a county-wide transit system. The study also found a great need among Kent County residents outside the area served by The Rapid, especially among people with disabilities and the elderly.

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