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Flint MTA readies hydrogen bus for service

Bus| May 14, 2012
In preparation for placing the bus on the road, a team comprised of MTA employees and Kettering University professor, Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed, have familiarized themselves with bus operator training, preventive maintenance, storage, installation of bus related software and monthly reporting requirements.

Erie, Pa. transit partners with colleges to boost ridership

Accessibility| May 14, 2012
The transit system, which projects serving 3.6 million riders in 2012 — a 32% increase, also credits restructured routes, improved customer service among other changes.
Rail| May 14, 2012

Amtrak reorganizing Operations department

The reorganization plan will be rolled out in phases over the next 16 months with full transition to the new structure in October 2013.
Rail| May 14, 2012

Thieves pilfer copper wire from Sound Transit project

From end-to-end, about four miles of cable was stolen by thieves who seemed to have ripped the wire from inside an elevated guideway that supports the tracks.
Motorcoach| May 14, 2012

FMCSA unveils multilingual bus safety checklist

Free to the public, the bus safety checklist encourages travelers to first look at the on-road safety performance, safety rating and consumer complaint history of a bus company before buying a ticket or booking a trip.
University| May 14, 2012

U. of Memphis participates in hazmat training

The simulation included a full-scale hazardous material incident that required local, state and federal response.
University| May 14, 2012

U. of Arkansas unveils campus map app lets students find bus routes, parking lots, bicycle racks, campus landmarks, and directions around campus.
University| May 14, 2012

U. of Wisconsin students, transit discuss bus cuts

Campus officials say that five proposed changes are needed in some combination to decrease the structural deficit of $1 million on which UW Transportation Services is currently operating.
University| May 14, 2012

UC San Diego, Cubic partner

Cubic will contribute $500,000 over five years to the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering to fund research done by faculty, students and Cubic Transportation Systems staff.
Bus| May 11, 2012

Transit worker assault spike prompts summit

In 2011, there were 94 physical assaults of New York City Transit bus drivers or subway workers, alongside 1,092 cases of harassment, according to MTA spokesman Charles Seaton.

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