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LYNX airport to Disney route receives $1.2M

Bus| March 8, 2012
The route, which includes stops at Florida Mall and near International Drive, is often used by lower-income employees of Disney, the airport and other tourism businesses to commute to and from work.

TARC unveils redesigned website

Bus| March 8, 2012
Features a scrolling news section, links to social media sites and better overall visibility for users who want to access it at home, work or on their mobile devices.
Bus| March 8, 2012

San Diego transit employs graffiti tracker program, makes arrests

Undercover security operations arrested five juveniles in the past two weeks who are responsible for 277 individual tags, causing more than $25,000 worth of damage to San Diego MTS property. Pictures of their tags were put into the Graffiti Tracker system, which has a database of tags throughout the region.
Bus| March 8, 2012

Mass. Gov. proposes infrastructure bank in new bill

Envisions an entity that would make loans for energy, transportation and municipal development projects to leverage private investment and create jobs.
Bus| March 8, 2012

RTC Nevada's GM appointed to city manager post

Jacob Snow, who is expected to depart the transit agency after 13 years at the helm, received approval via 5-0 vote by Henderson City Council members to become the new Henderson city manager.
Bus| March 8, 2012

Rep. Boehner urges party support for House authorization bill

Proposal, which has stalled due to the inability to garner Republican support, was meant to help the party stake an election-year claim to being the party of job creation
Bus| March 8, 2012

Seattle anti-gun ads draw fire

Washington Cease Fire purchased 50 ads for approximately $50,000 for the campaign.
Rail| March 8, 2012

Report: Train collisions, deaths down

Says sustained public education efforts, engineering improvements and law enforcement programs have contributed to nationwide reduction.
Rail| March 7, 2012

Deadly Poland train crash spotlights safety

A collision that killed 16 people and injured more than 50 others has drawn attention to the country’s neglected rail system. The accident happened just as officials are preparing the system to accommodate the Euro 2012 soccer championship.
Rail| March 7, 2012

New Toronto commission to debate subways

The Toronto Council's decision to reconstitute the commission came in the wake of the move by a group of Ford loyalists to fire the TTC GM Gary Webster, who had spoken out against Ford's subway plan at a special council meeting last month.

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