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RouteMatch to equip Porterville, Calif. fleet

Accessibility| July 10, 2012
Porterville Transit will use Android-based tablet devices as in-vehicle mobile data devices to enhance on-time performance and real-time traveler information services.

CUTA launches online transit campaign

Bus| July 10, 2012
"Take Action! Write to the Minister" rallies members and the public to voice their support and call on Canada’s federal government to increase funding for public transit. Includes an action center designed to send a letter to Minister Lebel with recommendations to make public transit an integral part of the next long term infrastructure plan, and a social media campaign.
Sustainability| July 10, 2012

ROUSH receives CARB cert. for 2010 retrofits

Company pursuing similar retrofit certification for 2009, 2011 and 2012 model years of the same Ford E-series vans and wagons, and E-450 cutaway vehicle platforms.
Rail| July 10, 2012

CATS approved to begin final rail design

This allows the project to be developed from the 65% to the 100% design level and complete preparation of final construction plans, right-of-way acquisition, construction cost estimates, bid documents and utility relocation.
Rail| July 10, 2012

APTA: Investing in U.S. high-speed rail to net $26.4B

Association’s report says that the net benefits will extend over the next 40 years, as the population grows by more than 100 million people, according to the U.S. Census.
Rail| July 10, 2012

MBTA mechanics struggle with aging rail equipment

Repairers, sheet-metal workers, carpenters and engineers work with a mix of old, new, and jury-rigged technology due to the agency’s financial crisis.
Rail| July 10, 2012

D.C. Metro unveils track geometry vehicle

The specialized railcar, custom-built by Ensco, is equipped with advanced technology that analyzes the condition of rail and track infrastructure and alerts Metro to potential defects.
Bus| July 9, 2012

What riders leave behind on Wash. transit

Community Transit’s lost and found receives up to 8,000 items a year. Among the more unusual items are false teeth, bicycles and cat carriers.
Rail| July 9, 2012

Calif. lawmakers approve high-speed rail funding

Bill authorizes the state to begin selling $4.5 billion in voter-approved bonds that includes $2.6 billion to build an initial 130-mile stretch of the high-speed rail line in the Central Valley.
University| July 9, 2012

Rutgers U. transit hub on hold

School officials said the project could not be built without a tax credit from the state. The Urban Transit Hub tax program was designed to spur development near urban train stations and has been on hold because it was nearing its funding cap.

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