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Coach America bankruptcy impacts Calif. transit

Bus| June 19, 2012
Ventura County Transportation Commission officials say if the shutdown of VISTA cannot be somehow avoided and that they need more time to find another company to provide bus service. They say they are asking Coach America to keep the buses on the streets for at least another month.

N. Carolina county officials pass on referendum

Bus| June 19, 2012
Durham County voters already approved a tax hike for the plan. Orange County voters will decide whether to approve it this November.
Bus| June 19, 2012

Nova delivers 2 LFS buses to Iowa

CyRide will use the articulated vehicles to transport the steadily increasing ridership of the city of Ames and Iowa State University. The vehicles feature an advanced electric cooling system and the manufacturer’s hePEX system, which is light, easy to maintain and corrosion resistant.
Bus| June 18, 2012

Sun Metro unveils new site, bike loading video

The new website contains more in-depth information about the services offered by Sun Metro and was created to be more user friendly.
Rail| June 18, 2012

San Diego light rail tops for fare collection

San Diego MTS collected 54% of the cost of operating the trolley through fares, more than double the nationwide average of 24%, according to federal data.
Accessibility| June 18, 2012

Real-time bus schedule app gets fed funding

The smartphone app Tiramisu has been in use in Pittsburgh since the summer of 2011 and is available for iPhone and Android phones. Thus far, users have recorded more than 30,000 trips on Port Authority of Allegheny County buses and trains.
Rail| June 18, 2012

DCTA puts Stadler GTWs in revenue service

DCTA purchased 11 diesel-electric GTW 2/6 articulated rail vehicles from Stadler. The vehicles offer level boarding and incorporate enhanced passenger information systems and video surveillance.
University| June 18, 2012

So. Carolina St. considers redirecting funds to transportation center

The transportation center came under fire in 2010 after The Post and Courier reported that more than $50 million had flowed to the center but the site for the new building was vacant, no transportation research was under way and it had lost its federal designation.
University| June 18, 2012

Georgia university cuts buses during slow summer term

While some students have raised concerns about the longer wait times for the buses, school officials say the fleet reduction will save students money.
University| June 18, 2012

Cleveland college to charge security, parking maint. fee

The fee, based on credit hours, will be assessed for all students, including those who take public transportation, but the college also has negotiated discounted student rates with the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority to offset the fee.

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