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TTC unveils funding info campaign

Bus| January 9, 2012
Includes five posters designed to inform customers of the importance of better transit funding, investments that are being made in transit, the positive economic and environmental impact of a healthy transit system, how the agency is improving customer service and the value the TTC has on one’s personal budget.

FHWA releases $1.6B for road, bridge repair

Motorcoach| January 9, 2012
Vermont, hard hit by Hurricane Irene, will receive $125.6 million; North Dakota will receive $89.1 million for the Devils Lake Basin for damage caused by Spring 2011 runoff; and Iowa will receive $37.5 million to repair damage caused by the May 2011 Missouri River flooding.
Rail| January 9, 2012

Detroit light rail could get $25M in fed funds

Despite a recent reallocation of a grant to bus rapid transit, the city may receive additional funding for the project.
Motorcoach| January 9, 2012

Montana coach crash driver going too fast

The driver of a Rimrock Trailways bus collided with a median at approximately 65 to 70 mph, likely causing the vehicle to roll on its side, killing two passengers and injuring 32 others.
Rail| January 9, 2012

Audit: ARC tunnel costs N.J. $300M

Although the agency's legal tab to fight feds cost $1.2 million, the $297 million lost stems from the engineering and design work, payments to contractors and various other items that were paid for but are now unnecessary with the cancellation of the project.
Motorcoach| January 6, 2012

Pa. bus carrier ordered to cease and desist

Double Happyness Travel Inc. of Huntingdon Valley, Pa. was operating and selling tickets in violation of a previous agency order to shut down.
Bus| January 6, 2012

American Cooling Technology unveils new AC condenser

The high-performance CR-4 roof mount condenser unit, at less than 10 inches tall, increases roof clearance and provides a cleaner, sleeker look to the air conditioning installation.
Accessibility| January 5, 2012

Veolia division acquires Colo. Yellow Cab

Acquisition is comprised of 185 independent contractor drivers and approximately 30 employees. The GM and employees will remain with Veolia Transportation On Demand.
Bus| January 5, 2012

Former N.Y. MTA chief speaks out

Jay H. Walder announced his departure for Hong Kong days after the authority unveiled a capital plan dependent on millions of dollars in still-to-be-approved federal grants. The capital budget is still underfunded by $10 billion.
Rail| January 5, 2012

ENSCO initiates corporate restructuring

To benefit the company's worldwide, rail engineering products and services business, the company formed a wholly owned subsidiary, ENSCO Rail Inc., which is also headquartered in Falls Church, Va.

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