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MBTA driver charged for hitting meter maid with bus

Bus| August 10, 2012
Meter maid claims she stepped out of her vehicle to place a parking ticket on the bus’ windshield that the driver had refused to accept in hand, when the bus surged forward. The driver, a 10-year veteran of the MBTA, was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and operating to endanger.

N.J. Gov. approves transit tax credit expansion

Bus| August 10, 2012
Upped by $250 million, further supporting a state commitment to fund growth around public transportation routes. Expands the program's cap of available tax credits to a total of $1.75 billion.
Bus| August 10, 2012

Calif.’s Omnitrans launches rebranding

Will unveil new logo, slogan, fleet graphics, bike racks and mascot.
Bus| August 9, 2012

Rosco unveils backup camera system for large buses

The Smart-Vision Backup Camera System is an advanced driver aide for large buses that includes a camera mounted on the back of the bus, sending images to a monitor installed inside the rear view mirror of the bus.
Rail| August 9, 2012

Miami-Dade Transit opens new rail station

The Miami International Airport Station is the centerpiece of a comprehensive program of both roadway and transit improvements, which provided $404.7 million in funding.
Rail| August 9, 2012

Free Wi-Fi on N.Y. subways catching on

The new service is part of a $200 million plan to provide cellphone and data connectivity services to all 277 underground stations in New York by 2017.
Bus| August 9, 2012

Chicago transit to roll out BRT in November

Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration awarded a $3.5 million contract. Chicago Transit Authority President Forrest Claypool said the lanes will be used as an incubator for a broader program.
Bus| August 9, 2012

Utah Transit proposing big changes to bus routes

Plans include changing all of its bus routes in Utah County — and many in Salt Lake City — to allow better connections with the new FrontRunner commuter rail section between Salt Lake City and Provo that is scheduled to open in December.
Bus| August 9, 2012

Wash. transit awarded LEED Gold certification

U.S. Green Building Council granted Ben Franklin Transit’s new administration building and the remodel of its existing administration building to a new operations building with the certification.
Motorcoach| August 9, 2012

FMCSA’s ‘Fit, Willing and Able’ reg aims to increase safety

Reinforces the agency's policy of not granting operating authority to companies that create new identities or affiliate relationships to avoid a negative safety history. It also clarifies that the agency will scrutinize companies that have had their operating authority suspended or revoked within the past six years.

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