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Calif. lawmakers approve high-speed rail funding

Rail| July 9, 2012
Bill authorizes the state to begin selling $4.5 billion in voter-approved bonds that includes $2.6 billion to build an initial 130-mile stretch of the high-speed rail line in the Central Valley.

Rutgers U. transit hub on hold

University| July 9, 2012
School officials said the project could not be built without a tax credit from the state. The Urban Transit Hub tax program was designed to spur development near urban train stations and has been on hold because it was nearing its funding cap.
University| July 9, 2012

N.Y. bus to recruit students to promote services

The Nassau County-owned bus system, Nassau Inter-County Express (NICE), is partnering with the local community college to designate "student ambassadors" who will help provide transportation information to students, including answering questions about bus routes and schedules.
Rail| July 9, 2012

Houston universities envision boost from light rail

Upon completion in 2014, Metro's Southeast light rail line expansion could be ferrying thousands of people to and from the University of Houston and Texas Southern University, which proponents say will boost the allure of schools and city alike.
Bus| July 9, 2012

Ontario transit drivers to take breaks at university

The city of Guelph expects to save tens of thousands of dollars by leasing space at the University of Guelph as a lunchroom for transit drivers rather than shuttling drivers back and forth.
University| July 9, 2012

Okla. transit honored for school partnership

Edmond, Okla.'s Citylink bus service has grown ridership on its campus route, known as Broncholink, since it began operation of the service, which will require switching to a larger bus.
Rail| July 6, 2012

Officer stabbed, man shot at LIRR station

The ensuing confrontation was captured on video and described by witnesses. The man stabbed officer John Barnett with no warning. Barnett stepped back, drew his weapon and warned Owens repeatedly to drop his knife. Owens continued approaching Barnett with the knife in his hand.
Rail| July 5, 2012

Peer-reviewed high-speed rail study released

The researchers believe one of the reasons the U.S. continues to lack a firm HSR policy framework is that advocates have not developed a few key, compelling arguments that politicians can coalesce behind to push for HSR development.
Rail| July 5, 2012

Bombardier signs Chinese tram tech agreement

Under the agreement, will provide CSR Puzhen with a 10-year license to manufacture and sell 100% low-floor trams with technology in China, including Hong Kong and Macao.
Rail| July 5, 2012

Nevada DOT considers rail crossing improvements

According to recent reports, the move comes amid criticism that it's taken too long to make improvements.

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