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AC Transit, partners introduce hydrogen fuel station

Bus| April 11, 2012
Newest on-site energy station, which was engineered by Linde North America, Jacobs and EPC and built by W.L. Butler Construction, demonstrates the use of “renewable” hydrogen — hydrogen produced using Proton OnSite’s solar-powered electrolyzer.

Enova, Optare partner for electric buses

Bus| April 11, 2012
Based on the award-winning Solo low-floor bus, of which over 4,000 are in service worldwide, the Solo EV produces zero tailpipe emissions
Bus| April 11, 2012

Cubic unveils NFC-based fare collection system

Nextaccount will pave the way for mobile payment and ticketing solutions in transit, giving travelers the ability to pay transit fares directly at the point of travel with NFC-equipped mobile phones.
Rail| April 11, 2012

Amtrak on pace to set new ridership record

All business lines experienced growth in the first half of FY 2012 as compared to the same period the prior year, including the Northeast Corridor (up 5.2%), long-distance trains (up 3.0%) and state-supported and other short-distance routes (up 2.7%.)
Bus| April 11, 2012

Nova delivers four LFS 40-foot buses

Vehicles are based on a common platform which translates into effective maintenance, streamlined training and simplified parts management, providing quality performance and productivity.
Rail| April 11, 2012

MBTA rail ridership in R.I. lower than hoped

While more passengers are using the commuter rail line between Providence and Rhode Island's main airport, ridership is not as high as anticipated when the line began operating in 2010.
Bus| April 11, 2012

Denver RTD, Nice extend partnership

A customer since 2001, the agency will use the company's video surveillance solution to monitor, manage and record more than one thousand video surveillance cameras at dozens of light rail stations, Park-n-Ride facilities, and bus transfer stations.
Rail| April 11, 2012

New Honolulu exec. director/CEO vows transparency

As part of his pledge, Daniel Grabauskas said HART would place all 150,000 pages of the city's administrative record on its website. The documents detail communications between city officials and the Federal Transit Administration concerning a lawsuit filed in federal court that hopes to stop the rail project.
Rail| April 11, 2012

DART starts light rail train tests in Irving

The first section of the 14-mile Orange Line opens July 30. The initial tests were for train movements, the overhead electrical system, and vehicle clearances.
Rail| April 11, 2012

Vancouver city council blocks C-Tran vote

The members in favor of the block prefer a broad public vote in November asking residents to help pay for light rail in Vancouver.

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