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RTC Southern Nevada to install 150 solar bus shelters

Bus| March 2, 2012
The shelters, built with recyclable materials, are estimated to save taxpayers about $54,000 a year in energy costs.

Northfield Lines named METRO’s ‘Operator of the Year’

Motorcoach| March 1, 2012
METRO publisher Frank DiGiacomo presented the award to owners John Benjamin and Larry Benjamin at the UMA’s 2012 Motorcoach Expo in Long Beach, Calif., in February to honor their exceptional achievements in the industry.
Bus| March 1, 2012

Trans/Air Mfg. releases BTU rating info

It warns consumers about the problems associated with using unsubstantiated, published BTU ratings as buying criteria for bus A/C systems.
Bus| March 1, 2012

Riders oppose Allegheny Port Authority cuts

Fighting the agency’s plan to cut service by 35% on Sept. 2 to erase a $64 million budget deficit, more than 300 people registered to speak at a legally mandated hearing on the agency’s proposal.
Bus| March 1, 2012

Fla. transit drivers call for more safety

The Broward Sheriff's Office recently released surveillance video of a passenger punching a bus driver in the face, which was the latest footage within a year showing a driver coming under attack by a passenger.
Accessibility| March 1, 2012

Starcraft unveils new Allstar XL shuttle bus

The mid-size bus, built on International's UC chassis, is built with the same welded steel frame construction as Starcraft's time-tested Allstar.
Accessibility| February 29, 2012

Gas tax hike proposed to fund Chicago transit

Proposed legislation would raised a projected $168 million over five years for the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace.
Bus| February 29, 2012

Resigning Ala. transit chief to receive $160K severance

Part of an agreement for Peter Behrman, executive director of the Birmingham Jefferson County Transit Authority, which also strips him of most of his authority in his final weeks at the agency. Officials blame him for false threats of service shutdowns and deficits.
Bus| February 29, 2012

Sex crimes go unreported on San Francisco transit

Police documented 95 sex crimes on BART, San Francisco MUNI and Alameda County Transit in 2011. However, experts who study sex crimes on public transit say the numbers are significantly underreported.
Rail| February 29, 2012

Group urging return of Amtrak's N. Fla. services

There has been no Amtrak passenger rail service in region since 2005, when Hurricane Katrina caused damage to part of the Sunset Limited Route from New Orleans to Jacksonville.

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