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LaHood, Rogoff call for streamlined NEPA process

Bus| March 16, 2012
The FTA anticipates that for certain transit projects, the streamlined review process would be five times faster, making it the most efficient it has been in 20 years.

Duke U. BRT seminar focuses on building the industry

Bus| March 15, 2012
Featured the demo of a first-of-its-kind global database, developed by the International Energy Agency and EMBARQ, reporting data on all of the world’s BRT systems, including those already in operation and those in the planning.
Bus| March 15, 2012

Intercity bus system faces overhaul in Manitoba

Government plans to institute a more "flexible" system July 1 that could allow competition on certain bus routes and give smaller carriers and community groups the opportunity to provide service on lines no longer operated by Greyhound.
Accessibility| March 15, 2012

Top D.C. Metro execs made $3.1 million in 2011

GM made more money than his counterpart in New York who has an annual salary of $332,500.
Rail| March 15, 2012

Mineta Institute studies Calif. high-speed rail

Assesses the overall employment, education, and training needs associated with building and operating the state's high-speed rail network.
Bus| March 15, 2012

Saving Detroit's public transit via privatization

In January, Andy Didorosi bought three buses and began to organize the Detroit Bus Company — a private transit operation that is completing its regulatory papers now and expects to start service in late April.
Bus| March 15, 2012

Colombia transit system decline sparks riot

The TransMilenio BRT system's crowded, deteriorated conditions sparked a protest by angry commuters that grew out of control and erupted into fights between protesters and riot police. The system has previously been touted and emulated worldwide.
Rail| March 15, 2012

Chicago Transit amends ad guidelines

While the CTA will allow the advertisement of alcoholic beverages, the ordinance restricts the ads to specific areas and sets additional conditions.
Motorcoach| March 14, 2012

Lamers Bus receives IMG safety award

Received the honor during recent Maintenance and Safety Conference in Grapevine, Texas. The Group Safety Award is presented annually to the company within the organization who has demonstrated the highest level of safety.
Bus| March 14, 2012

Hampton Roads revamps look, service

Replacing 120 of its 200 bus shelters, repainting nearly 200 buses, updating signage with NextBus information at all of its bus stops, is updating its logo and adopting new performance measurement criteria.

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