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Ind. transit advocates push again for referendum

Bus| November 20, 2012
Despite facing another uphill battle with the General Assembly after a defeat last year, will re-introduce a plan that asks two counties to increase local income taxes by 0.3%. The funds would double bus service and add light rail and express transit service.

NJ Transit looks into storm preparations

Rail| November 20, 2012
Report said the agency launched a probe into its Superstorm Sandy preparations, looking primarily at the decision to store trains in areas that ended up getting flooded. The potential damage could cost millions and may have been preventable.
Rail| November 19, 2012

Las Vegas Railway, Union Pacific reach agreement

The right-of-way agreement is contingent upon LVRE fulfilling a variety of conditions in a specified time frame.
University| November 19, 2012

Calif. RTA celebrates new record with giveaway

The Go-Pass and U-Pass programs experienced more than 1.3 million student boardings this fiscal year. To celebrate, the agency is giving away iPads to a student from Riverside City College and another from Moreno Valley College.
University| November 19, 2012

Salt Lake City college launches free shuttle

Called the B-Line, Salt Lake City Community College’s new inter-campus shuttle connects the college’s South City, Meadowbrook, and Taylorsville Redwood campuses. The college also provides real-time info.
University| November 19, 2012

U. of Wis. students review bus improvements

Madison Metro presented to University of Wisconsin, Madison students some proposed bus route improvements, including more frequency and accessibility for students with disabilities.
University| November 19, 2012

Calif. U. unveils new transit station

California State University, Northridge’s new station for Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority buses enables students to get to their classes without having to pay for a parking spot or search for parking.
University| November 19, 2012

Man who stole U. of Mich. bus had keys

The former driver, who was fired two years before, pleaded guilty to receiving and concealing stolen property — a lesser offense than what he was charged with — in October. He is scheduled to be sentenced next month.
University| November 19, 2012

U. of Tenn. preparing for new bus system

The new bus system will be named by UT students and tailored to fit the university.
Sustainability| November 19, 2012

Utah St. demos electric bus

The Aggie Bus rolled onto the streets carrying passengers just 16 months after USU demonstrated the first high-power, high-efficiency wireless power transfer system capable of transferring enough energy to quickly charge an electric vehicle.

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