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Tenn. transit center honored for engineering

Bus| March 22, 2012
The John J. Duncan Jr. Knoxville Station Transit Center, which opened in August 2010, is the first Silver LEED-certified government building in Knoxville.

Mich. transit advocates tour state to highlight issues

Bus| March 22, 2012
Five transportation advocates launched a three-day tour of Michigan by public transit to draw attention to what's working and what isn’t in the state's system.
Rail| March 22, 2012

Caltrain to receive electrification, upgrades

An agreement between the California High Speed Rail Authority and more than a half-dozen San Francisco Bay Area public agencies will fully fund the electrification and modernization of the Caltrain system. Once the system is electrified, Caltrain will be able to operate lighter-weight electric vehicles.
Bus| March 22, 2012

Police strike hits SEPTA

Reportedly was only given 20 minutes notice of the planned walkout, which was spurred by the inability to come to an agreement over pensions.
Bus| March 22, 2012

Proterra names new VP, sales and marketing

In his new position, Ian Shackleton will lead sales and marketing teams to aggressively increase sales and grow market share throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Bus| March 21, 2012

S.F. MTA lays off execs to save $2M yearly

Twelve staffers were let go. The agency is $30 million over its current budget and facing projected deficits of $53.2 million over the next two years.
Bus| March 21, 2012

Calif. agency opens CNG facility

Montebello Bus Lines' CNG fueling station was built by Clean Energy.
Rail| March 21, 2012

MBTA turns station into emergency training facility

Using federal grant money, the facility will turn the Oak Street railway into a "mock" train station to carry out drills, which will also be accessible to emergency responders from all surrounding cities and towns.
Rail| March 21, 2012

L.A. Metro unveils rail extension eco report

The Westside Subway Extension proposes to extend the Purple Line subway west from the Wilshire/Western station to the Westwood/VA area.
Rail| March 21, 2012

Audit shows misconduct in Chinese rail project

Evidence showed that deficient procurement and other practices led to higher costs, including one example where $134.3 million worth of materials was purchased from non-bidding suppliers.

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