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President's budget proposal includes $74B for U.S. DOT

Bus| February 13, 2012
The centerpiece of the President's FY 2013 budget for the department is a six-year $476 billion surface transportation reauthorization proposal that will improve America's highways and transit networks, continue to ensure that these systems are safe, and give travelers new options by enhancing and expanding passenger rail service.

NJ Transit names new VP/GM of bus ops

Bus| February 13, 2012
Joyce Gallagher has been overseeing the nation's second-largest fleet of buses since December, managing a statewide bus network of more than 240 routes in nearly 400 towns.
Bus| February 13, 2012

Vermont getting new bus service

the service is the result of a unique public-private collaboration between the two transportation agencies, NRG Systems, the Town of Hinesburg and the citizen group Hinesburg Rides.
Rail| February 13, 2012

Calif. group starts pro high-speed rail campaign

The radio spot is narrated by political satirist Will Durst who reminds Californians about the importance of having vision, creating jobs and building "something momentous for our future generation."
University| February 13, 2012

Sacramento State to improve late-night bus service

Sacramento Regional Transit system may extend its times of service and the university has begun running a late night shuttle within 10 miles of campus.
University| February 13, 2012

Louisiana State U. completes bus stop project

The two covered bus stops cost between $80,000 and $90,000 each.
University| February 13, 2012

U. of Mass. Dartmouth adds Zipcar service

The two cars are expected to help commuting students be more environmentally friendly.
University| February 13, 2012

Miss. State to go ahead with shuttle proposal

The deadline to submit the proposal is March 4, and the university would know this summer if the grant is accepted. The program would be named the Starkville/MSU Area Rapid Transit.
University| February 13, 2012

U. of Texas student starts petition for PT

The student was shocked to learn that Arlington was the largest city in the U.S. without mass transit.
University| February 13, 2012

Transit agency's cuts impacting Carnegie Mellon community

The steady decrease in available bus service has already changed the way that Carnegie Mellon students travel, with the university's shuttles and escort buses giving 40,000 more rides in 2011 than they did in 2009, according to campus officials.

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