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Hatch Mott to move corporate headquarters

Rail| August 29, 2012
Situated within walking distance of the MetroPark train station, the new location offers convenient highway, rail, airport and hotel access.

Metrolink station to get revitalized

Bus| August 29, 2012
The Montebello/Commerce station is the 5th of six stops on Metrolink’s Riverside service, which originates in Downtown Riverside and terminates in Downtown Los Angeles’ Union Station.
Rail| August 29, 2012

Texas DOT unveils high-speed rail plan

In response to an increase in ridership on Texas trains last year, the Texas DOT proposed a plan to build a high-speed rail line through San Antonio and Dallas to Oklahoma City.
Rail| August 29, 2012

Ore. light rail supporters rally

Fighting an anti-rail initiative on the ballot for a special election to be held September 18. The measure, if approved, would require countywide voter approval before officials can use funds to finance, design, construct or operate any rail lines in the county.
Rail| August 29, 2012

Denver RTD approves FasTracks spending plan

Will implement the FasTracks program with existing revenues as part of the Denver Regional Council of Government’s Regional Transportation Plan. Also looking to optimize ways to complete more of FasTracks sooner by re-evaluating elements of the program and all available resources.
Rail| August 29, 2012

Calif.’s Sacramento RT expands light rail, bus service

Will extend night service on light rail and nine major bus routes and increase frequency on highly-utilized bus routes. Along with the Green Line light rail extension, which opened in June, these improvements represent the first time RT added service since budget cuts forced major service reductions in June 2010.
Bus| August 28, 2012

World's longest bus debuts in Germany

The 98-foot-long bus has four guided axles, three of which can be controlled by means of a secure electro-hydraulic actuator system.
Bus| August 28, 2012

Pierce Transit may cut bus service in biggest county

Looking into cutting in half or eliminating bus service in the most populous county it serves due to falling sales tax projections and previous service reductions causing a drop in ridership. However, if approved in November, a measure to increase the sales tax may help the struggling agency.
Accessibility| August 28, 2012

State police to oversee operations at RIPTA

Lt. Col. Raymond Studley, the No. 2 person at the state police, will work with RIPTA's chief executive on what he called "the overall picture." He won't be directly involved in looking into what happened during a security breach in June, when someone covered a security camera in a room where cash bus fares are handled.
Bus| August 28, 2012

CATS builds temporary transit center for DNC

Crews are installing floors, paths, customer service centers, air conditioned tents, picnic tables and restrooms. The agency is shutting down the regular transit center because of security concerns. It will run all bus routes, but will detour around DNC-related street closures.

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