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Trapeze supplies MDTs to St. Louis Metro

Bus| August 24, 2012
Will provide transit agencies like Metro with real-time interaction between the vehicle fleet and dispatch center for safer and more efficient operations.

Nearly 1 million used London public transit during Olympics

Bus| August 23, 2012
According to London 2012 organizers, 900,000 people used public transit provided by the Olympic Delivery Authority, including shuttles, special light rail and bike routes. The subway saw a record 60 million users during the Games.
Bus| August 23, 2012

IndyGo ends costly airport express service

While a $3 million federal grant had covered the subsidized cost of the service for nearly five years, the cash-strapped agency took over payment — about $700,000 a year — two years ago.
Bus| August 23, 2012

Pierce Transit deal freezes bus drivers’ pay

Tentative agreement would also require workers to pay more of their health care costs. Agreement doesn’t include cost-of-living pay increases, but does preserve “step” increases for union members during their first 10 years with the agency.
Bus| August 23, 2012

Md. MTA launches student pass program

There are about 36,000 Baltimore City public school students eligible for the S-Pass. The MTA is providing city schools with the S-Pass, lanyards and pouches, MTA-issued student identification and brochures explaining how the S-Pass works.
Bus| August 23, 2012

Nova, Cummins team to field test 2013 engines

In addition to meeting EPA 2013 requirements, the Cummins engines meet the 2014 Fuel Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Regulations in 2013, a full year early.
Bus| August 23, 2012

Canada puts Niagara buses into service

The total cost of the completed WEGO Visitor Transportation System will be $50 million. The Harper Government will contribute up to $25 million and the Government of Ontario will contribute $25 million.
Bus| August 23, 2012

NJ Transit boosts bus security over terrorism concern

The "BusSafe" counterterrorism and criminal deterrence program consists of bus patrols and increased inspections at transit terminals, garages and high-volume boarding areas.
Bus| August 22, 2012

Hybrids capture 40% of transit bus market, report says

By 2018, more than 75,000 electric drivetrain buses will be in service around the world.
Rail| August 22, 2012

N.Y. subway work halted after blast goes awry

MTA officials said the area at the northwest corner of 72nd Street and Second Avenue was not equipped to handle the force of the blast, which sent debris flying into the street.

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