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Pittsburgh light rail extension readies for opening

Rail| March 14, 2012
The $523 million North Shore Connector shuttles passengers between the new Gateway Station downtown to the elevated Allegheny Station, adjacent to Heinz Field on the North Shore.

Honolulu rail lawsuit uncovers FTA's concerns

Rail| March 14, 2012
Plaintiffs are suing the City & County of Honolulu and FTA because they disagree that heavy rail technology is the most environmentally-friendly transportation alternative for Honolulu.
Accessibility| March 14, 2012

NJ Transit approves rail station upgrades

The project’s completion, expected by the end of next year, will bring the total number of accessible Newark Light Rail stations to 12, out of the total 17.
Rail| March 14, 2012

Alstom lands Singapore contract

The construction of track is scheduled for completion in 2016.
Rail| March 13, 2012

Tested China railway collapses

A 300-yard section of a 200-mile high-speed railway that had undergone test runs has collapsed most likely due to heavy rains. The incident is raising concerns over the quality of work on the system.
Bus| March 13, 2012

S.F. Muni, police launch anti-theft campaign

Reminds riders that stations and vehicles are an extension of city streets and require the same level of vigilance. Recent targeting of smart phones and other high-end electronic devices by thieves are the focus of the 2,000-plus public service ads in place on Muni buses and light rail trains.
Motorcoach| March 13, 2012

Grading buses on safety record proposed by N.Y. Sen.

U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) proposed that letter grades rating a bus company's safety record be posted inside the bus, at ticket windows and online where people buy their tickets.
Bus| March 13, 2012

Ex-London Tube chief to helm Toronto Transit Commission

Andy Byford, who has been given the new title of CEO, previously worked for rail operators in Australia and the U.K., including a stint as the GM of London's Underground.
Rail| March 13, 2012

BART extension receives $900M from FTA

The Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension Project, expected to break ground in April, will extend BART by 10 miles and involve the construction of two new stations, in Milpitas and Berryessa, and the procurement of 40 new passenger railcars.
Motorcoach| March 13, 2012

Prevost names sales team leaders

The company manufactures premium intercity touring coaches and is the world leader in the production of conversion coaches for high-end motorhome and specialty conversion.

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