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Topeka staff, riders to select new paratransit vehicles

Accessibility| June 25, 2012
Replacing the 15-bus paratransit fleet is expected to cost $1.2 million — an amount already set aside in Topeka Metro’s capital outlay budget for this fiscal year.

Roush propane vehicle completes Altoona testing

Accessibility| June 25, 2012
The completion of this testing means all paratransit body configurations that are compatible with the ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas powered Ford E-450 chassis are eligible for FTA funding, including Champion, ElDorado National, Elkhart Coach, Glaval Bus, Goshen Coach and Starcraft Bus.
Accessibility| June 21, 2012

Boxer, Mica: Goal is to complete authorization package by next week

Consensus on a transportation authorization bill has been stalled since SAFTEA-LU expired in September 2009, with both the House and Senate releasing and approving two vastly different bills.
Bus| June 21, 2012

Optimism in air as transit bill talks resume

Lawmakers said that the leaders’ instruction that negotiators redouble their efforts was seen as genuine and boosted hopes of a deal before the July 4 recess, which begins a week from Friday.
Motorcoach| June 21, 2012

San Francisco operation adds 9 Temsas

The coaches are equipped with leather seats, Wi-FI, REI audio/video system, 110-volt plug outlets, destination signs, GPS and badge readers.
Motorcoach| June 21, 2012

ABA, OMCA partner with tour portal site

The CharterBusConnect.com link appears in the Vital Links section on each of 65 destination portals, as well as under Industry Resources from the main navigation bar and TheTourOperator.com link.
Accessibility| June 21, 2012

Feds unveil veteran job portal

The site will guide veterans to jobs in five categories: aviation pilot, aviation maintenance technician, air traffic controller, commercial motor vehicle driver and emergency medical services.
Bus| June 21, 2012

Study: Bus tracker draws small number of CTA riders

Finds that more people take public transit when they can access bus and train arrival times on their cellphones and computers. Ridership gains may not be larger because many riders may not be aware of the additional options for accessing arrival times.
Management & Operations| June 21, 2012

Critics use Twitter to protest ending UTA fare-free zone

UTA officials said the move is intended to improve safety and operations, as incidents of criminal behavior were related to people using the system.
Bus| June 21, 2012

Md. MTA to purchase New Flyer diesel-electrics

The new buses feature ergonomic passenger seating, an advanced video surveillance system, wider exit doors, LED lighting, and tip-in windows for improved air circulation and passenger safety. The first of this latest round of hybrid buses will be on the street in September 2012, with the final bus scheduled for delivery February 2013.

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