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Cubic wins Australian rail contract

Rail| April 25, 2012
The maximum value of the services to be provided by Cubic to RailCorp under the contract is expected to be approximately $65 million. The contract includes provisions to be extended with two one-year options for services.

NARP honors Hawaii Sen. for rail support

Rail| April 25, 2012
Group presented Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) with the Golden Spike Award for his long and unflagging support of American passenger trains.
Bus| April 25, 2012

Port Authority of N.Y./N.J. launches activity index

PA Pulse will combine monthly totals of rail and bus mass-transit users; aviation passengers; vehicle movements; and air, truck and sea cargo, providing a cross-section of transportation activity at the region’s key gateways and interstate crossings, which can be compared on a month-by-month basis.
Rail| April 24, 2012

Detroit light rail group to pay some costs, raises estimate

Backers now estimate the 3.3-mile streetcar line will cost $137 million to build.
Accessibility| April 24, 2012

Bus tire casing defect leads to Michelin recall

Company is voluntarily recalling 77,775 Michelin XZU2, XZU3 and XM505 bus tires due to casings that may experience a loss of integrity and rapid air loss.
Bus| April 24, 2012

L.A. Metro launches new smart phone app

"Go Metro Los Angeles" offers trip planning, station/stop locations, bus arrival info, maps and notifications.
Bus| April 24, 2012

San Diego to add New Flyer buses, Siemens trolleys

Will purchase 53 new 40-foot low-floor compressed natural gas buses for $22.3 million and seven more low-floor trolleys for $26.9 million, in addition to 57 low-floor cars already on order.
Bus| April 24, 2012

D.C. Metro operator diagnosed with viral meningitis

The bus operator's only recent shift was Friday morning, when the operator was assigned to a bus on the 14th Street Line.
Bus| April 24, 2012

$20 million available from EPA for clean diesel projects

States, tribes, local governments, and non-profits are eligible to apply for these grants. Projects can reduce air pollution from older school buses, transit buses, heavy-duty diesel trucks, marine engines, locomotives and other diesel engines. The closing date for receipt of proposals is June 4, 2012.

Rail| April 24, 2012

N.Y.'s Grand Central to be more energy efficient with upgrades

Equipment that keeps the terminal cool in the summer, warm in the winter and flushed with fresh air all year round is being upgraded though a $22 million partnership between NYPA and MTA Metro-North Railroad. The project will conserve energy and save an estimated $3 million a year.

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