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Alstom, partner to acquire French tram manufacturer

Rail| June 13, 2012
The agreement will be finalized after completion of legal procedures, information processes and approval of the competent authorities.

NJ Transit to change bike policy in July

Rail| June 13, 2012
In response to customer feedback and comments from the bicycling community, agency officials asked the North and South Jersey Transportation Advisory Committees to review NJ Transit’s existing bicycle policy and make recommendations that could safely reduce restrictions limiting bicycle access on trains.
Rail| June 13, 2012

Report: Caltrain electrification would boost region's economy

A study says electrifying Caltrain from Santa Clara County up to San Francisco could deliver as much as $2.5 billion in economic benefits, including 9,600 new jobs in the Bay Area.
Bus| June 13, 2012

Chicago Transit to offer fare passes on Groupon

Groupon will purchase a total of 250,000 3-Day passes for $1.882 million. Each pass will be sold for $7.53 wholesale and offered to Groupon members for $9 instead of $14, the current price of a 3-Day pass.
Rail| June 13, 2012

‘Head tax’ proposed for C-Tran light rail

Would tax local employers $1 to $2 a month per employee and raise the $2.5 million in revenue needed annually to run and maintain a new Washington MAX line.
Rail| June 13, 2012

MBTA to pilot rail fare payment app

Launched a website for customers to sign up for project updates on its pilot program to let commuter rail riders purchase and display tickets on their smart phones. Expects to pilot the program on one commuter rail line in the early fall.
Rail| June 13, 2012

FRA issues rail crossings final rule

Requires railroads to install signs at highway-rail grade and pathway crossings with telephone numbers the public can use to alert railroad companies to unsafe conditions.
Rail| June 12, 2012

Outgoing Metrolink chief looks back on tenure

John Fenton stepped in after the 2008 Chatsworth crash that killed 25 people and he pushed forward a $200 million project to prevent collisions through positive train control technology.
Bus| June 12, 2012

Key Utah bus route sees low ridership

The joint venture between the Utah Transit Authority, Summit County and Park City only averaged only about 38% ridership. It needed to hit 90% to break even. However, officials are committed to the route for at least one more year.
Accessibility| June 12, 2012

Study: 83% of Chicago transit riders satisfied with service

Eighty-three percent of commuters said they were satisfied with transit service. Twenty-three percent said they were very satisfied. More than 90% said they would recommend the transit system.

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