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Disabled MBTA riders protest fare hikes, cuts

Accessibility| May 30, 2012
Chained their wheelchairs together and blocked traffic at a busy intersection to protest the agency’s decision to double fares for The Ride, its service for disabled riders.

SEPTA upgrades station with ADA accommodations

Accessibility| May 30, 2012
To make Ryers Station more accessible, a new 240-foot high level platform, stairway and an Americans with Disabilities ramp were added.
Accessibility| May 30, 2012

N.Y. county adds taxi services to offerings

Westchester County's BeeLine paratransit service currently serves 5,500 registered riders a year, providing 220,000 trips annually.
Rail| May 30, 2012

CN union members reach agreement

At one point during negotiations, the strike threatened to halt commuter and intercity passenger services, since CN shares line with passenger carriers in several Canadian provinces.
Rail| May 30, 2012

L.A. Metro approves remaining phases of Westside project

The action officially approves four new stations and alignments, adding the remaining five miles to the approved and certified subway extension project. The board's previous action in April only approved the initial project phase from Wilshire/Western to Wilshire/La Cienega.
Accessibility| May 30, 2012

Orange County, Calif. paratransit system honored

The OCTA recently received statewide recognition as Paratransit System of the Year for its ACCESS paratransit service, which provides more than 1.3 million trips annually for seniors and persons with disabilities.
Accessibility| May 30, 2012

D.C. Metro unveils new MV-1 vehicles for paratransit service

MetroAccess customers will benefit from shorter boarding times as a result of the MV-1 ramp design, which allows customers to board without the use of a lift. The vehicles cost about $50,000 each.
Bus| May 29, 2012

Seon releases new outdoor HD bus camera

The CHW and the MX-HD is highly innovative, and the high-definition allows for utmost clarity and precision that no bus camera has delivered thus far, according to Seon.
Accessibility| May 29, 2012

Program helps pay for Tulsa senior transit services

The Transportation Assistance Program for Seniors has provided $3 coupons to hundreds of participants to defray some of the $6 round trip LIFT service fee.
Rail| May 29, 2012

Calif. high-speed rail group hires new CEO

Jeff Morales, who served as an executive with the $69 billion mega project's lead consultant Parsons Brinckerhoff, was in charge of developing cost estimates, funding sources and rider projections.

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