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Chicago RTA proposes transit improvement plan

Bus| September 17, 2012
The $2.5 billion initiative calls for issuing a series of bonds over the next five years, averaging about $500 million in capital improvement dollars each year. While each agency would be able to prioritize the projects to fund, the RTA has an existing list of backlogged projects it will reference before approving expenditures.

Top MARTA execs up for MBTA GM post

Accessibility| September 17, 2012
Finalists for the position are Beverly Scott, CEO/GM of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, and the agency's current deputy GM/COO, Dwight Ferrell.
Accessibility| September 17, 2012

BusCon honors top under 40-foot fleets

On hand to present the awards was past President of the MSBMA and President of Champion Bus John Resnik. Chicago area-based Pace Suburban Bus was the top agency, with more than 1,400 vehicles.
Accessibility| September 17, 2012

Sun Metro awarded $1.2M CNG grant

The award is one of 27 nationwide and the only one in Texas chosen to share more than $59 million from the 2012 Clean Fuels Grant Program.
Bus| September 17, 2012

MARTA, Apollo team for surveillance camera pilot

Each bus has 11 cameras; three outside and eight inside. There’s also a 17-inch, full-color monitor mounted behind the driver that lets customers view themselves and their surroundings in real time.
Bus| September 17, 2012

Riverside Transit receives $2.4M for CNG buses

Funds are provided through the FTA’s FY2012 Clean Fuels Grant Program.
University| September 17, 2012

Tenn. U. bus drivers screened for meningitis

Middle Tennessee State University shuttle bus drivers, concerned over a student’s death from bacterial meningitis and a fellow off-duty bus driver being taken to the hospital for respiratory problems, visited health services on campus to be tested.
University| September 17, 2012

U. of Wis. students decry bus route changes

Changes were made because of a budget deficit of $1 million and campus area construction have resulted in fewer routes and longer wait times.
University| September 17, 2012

Chicago campus suspends shuttle due to ridership decline

Roosevelt University suspended its shuttle service to the Schaumburg campus, which cost $200,000 annually, and is replacing it with PACE bus service.
University| September 17, 2012

U. of Mich. adds 3 more hybrid buses

Part of a $14 million sustainability initiative launched last September. The university unveiled its first four hybrid buses six months ago.

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