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U. of Va. student bus drivers weigh in on job

University| April 23, 2012
Many say that the training and certification process foster close ties and pay off in the long-term despite being time-consuming.

UNC Charlotte students rally for transit plan

University| April 23, 2012
Would include increased bus services, improvements for existing bus stops, a rail station, and light rail plans between the university and Durham. It would be partially funded by a half-cent sales tax.
Rail| April 23, 2012

CATS rail extension to UNC Charlotte receives state funding

The 9.4-mile alignment would run from Uptown Charlotte to the UNC Charlotte campus and include 11 light rail stations and four parking facilities.
University| April 23, 2012

Web Extra: Streetcar project adds to U of Arizona's transit options

The Tucson streetcar line will serve a population of more than 85,000 people who live and work within walking distance of 17 planned stops. The service also fills a gap by offering direct, high-capacity transit connections between downtown Tucson, the University of Arizona, the Arizona Health Sciences Center and points in between.
Rail| April 20, 2012

U.S. DOT issues $551M RFPs for American-made railcars

For manufacture of approximately 130 new bi-level passenger cars. Comes from a multi-state effort to jointly purchase standardized rail equipment to be used on Amtrak’s intercity routes in California, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Missouri. Funding is being provided by the FRA’s High-Speed and Intercity Passenger Rail Program.
Motorcoach| April 20, 2012

ABA releases tips for choosing motorcoach for prom

List includes verifying proof of federal operating authority, valid insurance and visiting association's website,
Motorcoach| April 20, 2012

Greyhound Express expands to west coast

The announcement introduces 66 new city pairs and 10 new markets to the growing Greyhound Express network, which is the largest network of nearly 700 potential direct-service intercity pairs.
Rail| April 19, 2012

Seattle monorail celebrates 50 years of service

The one-mile-long monorail line, which was built for the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair to provide a crucial link between the fairgrounds and the amenities downtown, carried 1.9 million passengers in 2011.
Bus| April 19, 2012

Anti-terror program monitors Houston Metro buses

Undercover officers are now riding selected buses as part of a pilot program focusing on counter-terrorism. The agency launched the program BusSafe last week by conducting a "sweep" of certain bus routes, stops and shelters.
Rail| April 19, 2012

Bombardier unveils first Euro rail traffic system

Regional system reduces operational costs and accommodates increased traffic capacity and automated train control around the clock, according to the company.

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