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First Transit's operation Cap Metro wins COMTO award

Bus| December 12, 2011
The award, which was for Cap Metro's University of Texas shuttle service, recognizes the dedication and innovation displayed by businesses within the transportation industry.

N.Y./N.J. Port Authority makes employee salaries public

Bus| December 9, 2011
In response to criticism about its spending and reports about its payroll, the transit agency will provide full disclosure of all employee compensation for full- and part-time workers.
Rail| December 9, 2011

Veolia to lead rail engineer distraction study

Assess factors contributing to the distraction of locomotive engineers during passenger rail service operations and to develop a rigorous training program focused on techniques to mitigate distraction.
Sustainability| December 8, 2011

LEED-certified existing buildings outpacing new builds

As of this month, square footage of LEED-certified existing buildings surpassed LEED-certified new construction by 15 million square feet on a cumulative basis, according to the U.S. Green Building Council.
Motorcoach| December 8, 2011

Greyhound 'disheartened' by actor's comments, issues response

After being kicked off an American Airlines flight for refusing to stop playing a game on his cell phone, actor Alec Baldwin sounded off on the airline and plane travel in a blog yesterday, which included a jab at Greyhound.
Bus| December 8, 2011

Translink to consider allowing leashed pets onboard

Currently, Translink's policy only allows leashed guide dogs and pets in carrying cages on its buses and trains, but the transit agency said it would consider one woman's proposal to allow pets on board without the use of cages.
Rail| December 8, 2011

NYC's Grand Central Apple store opening to boost foot traffic

The personal electronic megastore, which is leasing the space from the N.Y. MTA, is expected to draw foot traffic to other businesses at the terminal, which is visited by about 750,000 people daily.
Bus| December 8, 2011

Detroit DOT drivers save buses from fire

Investigators believe a mechanical issue with a bus parked inside a holding annex sparked the blaze.
Bus| December 8, 2011

Transit incentive program introduced in Chicago's Cook County

Program has $250,000 made available through ARRA, and the limited funds will be disbursed to employers on a first come, first served basis.
Bus| December 8, 2011

D.C. Metro transit police cut theft numbers

Plain clothes officers used decoy bicycles and electronic devices to make immediate arrests as thefts and robberies occurred on the transit system. In November, officers recorded 47 arrests for snatch robberies and bicycle theft and made separate arrests for assault, drug and weapons possession.

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