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Chicago Metra upgrades railcar amenities

Rail| July 18, 2012
The program aims to rehabilitate 176 cars with features such as doors with sensitive edges, new LED signs and wheelchair lifts.

N.Y.'s abandoned 'ghost station' brought to light

Rail| July 18, 2012
The forgotten City Hall station, which opened in 1904 along with 27 other Interborough Rapid Transit (I.R.T.) stations up to 145th Street on the west side, was the original terminal of New York's subway system.
Rail| July 18, 2012

Ottawa light rail project eco report approved

Once built, the system will carry in excess of 10,000 people per hour per direction during the morning rush hour and save transit riders approximately 15 minutes from their daily commutes.
Rail| July 18, 2012

RATP Dev wins D.C. tramway contract

The first tramway line in Washington will be 2.2 miles long and have seven stations. It will serve the northeast part of the city and is set to be operational by the end of 2013.
Rail| July 18, 2012

Las Vegas Railway Express names COO

The X Train, the luxury passenger train with planned rail service between Southern California and Las Vegas, announced the appointment of Jim Wilson to the post.
Bus| July 18, 2012

Honolulu extend bus routes to serve displaced students

Federal rules prohibit the City from providing bus service exclusively for school service, but DTS may increase bus service in areas where students will most likely ride City buses. DTS is targeting areas where ridership is expected to increase due to the DOE’s termination of certain school bus services.
Accessibility| July 18, 2012

Calif. county extends Veolia contract

The new five-year contract began July 1, 2012 and has two one-year options.
Bus| July 18, 2012

Cummins purchases German SCR technology

As part of the acquisition, 133 former Hilite employees have joined Cummins and the business will continue to operate from the plant at Marktheidenfeld for the foreseeable future.
Rail| July 18, 2012

Texas' TRE hopes to improve Wi-Fi service

Was among the first passenger rail lines in the U.S. to begin installing wireless Internet nearly six years ago, but it still hasn’t caught hold with passengers due to spotty service.
Rail| July 18, 2012

FRA, OSHA, team to protect workers from retaliation

Between 2007 and 2012, OSHA received more than 900 whistleblower complaints under the FRSA. Almost 63% involved an allegation that a worker was retaliated against for reporting an on-the-job injury.

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