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San Diego transit renews Veolia light rail contract

Rail| December 27, 2011
The two-year contract extension calls for Veolia Transportation to manage the Sprinter service through December 2014 with an additional 18-month extension — with the board’s discretion — through June 30, 2016. The original contract with Veolia was approved by the agency in April 2006.

City busways seen as key to BRT

Bus| December 22, 2011
These dedicated rights of way, which are a rarity in the U.S., despite the growing popularity of bus rapid transit systems.
Bus| December 22, 2011

London debuts hybrid double-decker bus

Equipped with a hybrid drivetrain developed by Volvo, the bus, which features three entrances and two staircases, was inspired by the iconic Routemaster buses.
Motorcoach| December 22, 2011

Study: Curbside coach trips up 32%

Higher gasoline costs, Wi-Fi and cheaper fares than planes and trains were cited as major reasons for the jump.
Bus| December 22, 2011

TSA increases transit screenings

Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response teams have run more than 9,300 unannounced checkpoints and other search operations in subways, train stations and other public transit locations in the last year.
Rail| December 22, 2011

MBTA looks to Charlie card for ad revenue

Considering removal of the popular Charlie icon from its Charlie Card transit passes to make way for advertising to close a $161 million budget gap.
Bus| December 22, 2011

First Transit wins N.C. contract

With this contract win, the company will be responsible for providing management services required to keep the transit system functioning properly and efficiently, and managing all aspects related to the operation.
Bus| December 22, 2011

N.Y. MTA board approves budget

The 2012 budget is largely similar to the Final Proposed Budget presented to the board in November.
Accessibility| December 21, 2011

D.C. debuts website for disabled transit riders

The Reach A Ride website and toll-free hotline provide information about specialized transportation options for people with disabilities, older adults, those with limited English proficiency and low-income commuters, with information in English and Spanish, along with links to programs and services.
Accessibility| December 21, 2011

Elderly transportation network in Conn. struggles to stay afloat

The Independent Transportation Network of Central, a struggling nonprofit that provides transportation service for senior citizens and the visually impaired, is getting help from volunteers after having no money coming in for months and losing its executive director.

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