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Coach driver acquitted in deaths of 4 passengers

Motorcoach| February 28, 2012
Would have faced up to four years in state prison on each of four counts of criminally negligent homicide.

Honolulu narrows list to former MBTA chief

Rail| February 28, 2012
Grabauskas, also a former state transportation secretary, was appointed by Mitt Romney and forced to resign from the T in 2009.
Rail| February 28, 2012

Cyclists call on NJ Transit to change policy

Currently only allows cyclists to bring their bicycles onto trains only at stations with high-level platforms.
Rail| February 28, 2012

SEPTA to spend $100M on positive train control

Awarded a contract to Ansaldo STS USA Inc. Agency officials said that the cost would mean canceling or delaying many other transit projects in the Philadelphia region.
University| February 27, 2012

GSU plans to improve campus transit

The Department of Parking and Transportation plans to purchase new low-floor biodiesel buses and add a kiosk to one of the campus' busiest bus stops.
University| February 27, 2012

Calif. transit runs Nova ‘Smart Bus’ pilot for college

Using the larger bus on one of Santa Barbara City College's express routes will allow MTD officials to take another bus off the route, saving time and fuel costs.
Rail| February 27, 2012

Canadian train derailment kills 3

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada sent a team of investigators to the site of the incident. The cause of the derailment is not yet known.
Bus| February 27, 2012

U. of New Mexico, local transit plot improvements

The ABQ RIDE's UNM bus pass program provides free bus rides for students, staff and faculty. Only a school I.D. is needed, along with the sticker provided by the Transportation Information Center.
University| February 27, 2012

LSU sees results from revamping campus transit

With a fleet of 23 buses, the LSU Tiger Trails Transit System provides a safe, convenient and free bus service for LSU students, faculty, staff and visitors, both on and off campus, serving approximately one million, annually.
University| February 27, 2012

U. of Toledo limits bus radio options

Officials ordered that radios be locked into one station with one volume setting after a student complained about a driver playing a far-right Christian political channel at a high volume.

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