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Stolen Amtrak wire turns up in recycling yard

Rail| June 27, 2012
Investigators who raided seven scrap-metal recycling yards in northern California's Contra Costa County turned up wires belonging to AT&T, cables from Amtrak and a metal ramp stolen from a local freeway project, officials said.

First Group welcomes Oman delegation

Bus| June 27, 2012
The visit was arranged by the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council, a member of the National Council for International Visitors, under the sponsorship of the International Visitor Leadership Program of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Motorcoach| June 27, 2012

Prevost unveils customer resource website

The Customer Portal is the starting point for an improved Prevost Liaison online interface. Prevost Liaison, the telematics system that provides valuable vehicle information to Prevost fleet administrators, has been given an updated interface.
Bus| June 27, 2012

Scottsdale, Ariz. chooses BRT over rail

Valley Metro's first 20-mile rail line serves Mesa, Tempe and Phoenix and extensions are planned over the next few years, but Scottsdale has made no move to get on board.
Rail| June 27, 2012

D.C. Metro to replace oldest railcars

The issue represents two competing demands tugging at Metro: fulfilling a pledge to improve safety while also keeping up with service demands.
Rail| June 27, 2012

BART adds to Bombardier order

Agency will receive 150 more railcars valued at approximately $266 million. The order represents the exercise of an option under a contract signed on June 14.
Rail| June 27, 2012

SEPTA completes $30M subway stations revamp

Modernized two 1920s-era subway stations. This project was one of 32 the agency embarked on with $191 million in ARRA funding. The Spring Garden-Girard station was SEPTA's largest stimulus initiative.
Rail| June 27, 2012

Denver RTD breaks ground on first FasTracks segment

This 6.2-mile section of the Northwest Rail Line is funded as part of the Eagle P3 project, which also is building the East Rail Line from Denver Union Station to Denver International Airport.
Rail| June 27, 2012

Detroit light rail group seeking private operator

Part of the U.S. DOT's requirement for up to $25 million in capital funding is that it wants a list of potential operators for the system.
Accessibility| June 25, 2012

Travel training conference to be held in Colorado

The conference, sponsored by the Association of Travel Instruction, is recommended for travel trainers, mobility managers and other persons interested in greater use of public transit by all disabled individuals and seniors.

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