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Translink, INIT partner for real-time bus info system

Bus| May 15, 2012
The bus location information and predicted departure times at stops comes from the Transit Management and Communication System that INIT provided through MOBILE-ITCS and is accessible to TransLink’s Web interface through a standardized Service Interface for Real-time Information.

Feds award $2.4M for Alaska bus facility repairs

Bus| May 15, 2012
Will be used to replace the leaking 30-year-old roof of the People Mover bus maintenance facility in Anchorage, Alaska. The new roof will also improve the facility’s overall energy efficiency, saving money on heating fuel costs.
Rail| May 15, 2012

GO Transit to offer refund if trains more than 15 mins. late

Refunds won't be offered when delays are caused by extreme weather, police investigations, accidents and medical emergencies.
Rail| May 15, 2012

Maine DOT unveils new Amtrak station platforms

The $38.3 million project was completed in preparation for the expansion of Amtrak’s Downeaster line, which will begin serving Brunswick and Freeport, Maine this fall.
Bus| May 14, 2012

How to behave on public transportation

Stay on the right side of escalators or stairs, is the first gem in this list put together by San Francisco-based news site
Bus| May 14, 2012

Nevada’s RTC to launch bus rapid transit line

The Sahara Express, set to begin service on May 20, will feature new solar-powered transit shelters, ticket vending machines, wider sidewalks, elevated station platforms and enhanced landscaping. The agency received $34.4 million in TIGER grants for the project.
University| May 14, 2012

Web Extra: Universities creating bike-friendly environments

Transit operators from California, Texas, Illinois and Colorado are making it easy for students and faculty to commute to and get around campus by bicycle, offering a wide variety of service, ranging from bike repair stations to folding bicycle promotions.
Rail| May 14, 2012

Honolulu rail chief touts project benefits to students

Daniel Grabauskas answered various questions from skeptical Leeward Community College students.
University| May 14, 2012

Md. university to install more solar powered bus shelters

The two new bus shelters’ solar panels will power an LED lighting system that provides the time and bus information, and include a diagram explaining how solar power works.
Bus| May 14, 2012

Flint MTA readies hydrogen bus for service

In preparation for placing the bus on the road, a team comprised of MTA employees and Kettering University professor, Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed, have familiarized themselves with bus operator training, preventive maintenance, storage, installation of bus related software and monthly reporting requirements.

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