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Greater Dayton RTA hosts transportation officials from Turkmenistan

Bus| January 23, 2012
Agency suited the delegations’ interests because of its electric trolleybus system, Five Star Clean Fleets Certification and a recent state auditor’s award commending RTA for multiple years of clean financial audits.

Cummins unveils enhanced heavy duty engine

Motorcoach| January 23, 2012
The compact ISX12 will deliver better pulling power, driveability and strong clutch engagement torque. Full suites of horsepower and torque ratings are available for motorcoaches, fire and emergency vehicles, and recreational vehicles.
Bus| January 20, 2012

D.C. Metro considers shields to safeguard bus drivers

Due to recent violence against operators, the transit agency has stepped up police presence on buses and will begin testing shields on 100 buses this winter and spring.
Bus| January 20, 2012

L.A. Mayor looks to China as possible transit funding resource

During a trip to Asia in December, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa met with executives from a Chinese investment company, which officials said was arranged to explore alternative investment opportunities.
Accessibility| January 19, 2012

Chicago's RTA nixes federal funding campaign

Concerned board members did not support spending the money with the outlook so bleak for a federal highway and transit bill this year.
Rail| January 19, 2012

Tri-Rail fare card errors frustrate riders

The new, $14.8 million automated fare system has charged some passengers twice when they try to add money to their cards. Sometimes the validators have not scanned the cards at all.
Bus| January 19, 2012

2 D.C. Metro employees arrested for alleged theft

A Metro Transit police officer and a revenue technician were arrested by Metro Transit Police and charged with conspiring to commit theft from programs receiving federal funds.
Sustainability| January 19, 2012

Top 10 states for LEED green buildings

The District of Columbia leads the nation, with more than 31 square feet of LEED-certified space per person in 2011, with Colorado being the leading state, with 2.74 square feet per person in 2011.
Rail| January 19, 2012

DART shooting death spurs safety inquiry

The agency employs some 200 police officers to keep passengers safe, however, officials say passengers will see more security in ways that let police see more.
Rail| January 19, 2012

Va.-D.C. rail service to launch by end of year

The new launch date is nearly a year earlier than planned. Trip time between Norfolk and Washington should be about 4½ hours.

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