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2012 APTA Bus & Paratransit Conference show highlights: Part 2

Accessibility| May 17, 2012
The final day featured info-packed sessions on coordinating paratransit service, sustainability, technology, a lively show floor and interactive safety sessions.

Nova delivers 9 buses to Halifax Metro

Bus| May 17, 2012
Advanced design features include flush-mounted windows, all LED lighting options and branded bus wraps.
Rail| May 17, 2012

London cable car system may not be ready for Olympics

The 1,000-yard gondola lift line crosses the River Thames in east London and is planned to be both a commuter route and a tourist attraction.
Motorcoach| May 17, 2012

NTSB adds items to NYC coach crash docket

Forty-six photographs and 83 documents totaling more than 1,600 pages have been added to the docket. The information being released is factual in nature and does not provide any analysis.
Rail| May 17, 2012

PB wins 2 UK rail contracts

The contracts, worth $12.8 million, have been awarded by HS2 Ltd. under its Professional Services Framework.
Rail| May 17, 2012

N.C. CATS, freights reach rail agreement

The lease agreement outlines the operating and construction parameters along the 2.7-mile segment, such as fair rental value of the property, construction plan review, lease negotiation and other expenses, and an adjustment for anticipated future appreciation of the leased property.
Bus| May 16, 2012

Electronic stability control proposed for buses, coaches

Agency research shows the technology could prevent up to 56% of rollover crashes each year—the deadliest among all crash types—and another 14% of loss-of-control crashes.
Bus| May 16, 2012

Apollo Video wins New Flyer Gold Award

The Supplier Delivery Performance Awards are presented to suppliers with significant shipment volumes and an overall on-time performance level of 95% or higher.
Accessibility| May 16, 2012

MV, First Transit win Sun Metro contracts

The total estimated cost for both contracts is $43.4 million. The contracts are for five-year terms, with an option for two additional years.
Rail| May 16, 2012

Questions raised about Calif. HSR on-time completion

At a cost of $6 billion for building the first 130-mile segment through the Central Valley by the federal deadline of September 2017, it would mean spending $3.5 million a day — the fastest burn rate for transportation construction in U.S. history.

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