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D.C. Metro to replace oldest railcars

Rail| June 27, 2012
The issue represents two competing demands tugging at Metro: fulfilling a pledge to improve safety while also keeping up with service demands.

BART adds to Bombardier order

Rail| June 27, 2012
Agency will receive 150 more railcars valued at approximately $266 million. The order represents the exercise of an option under a contract signed on June 14.
Rail| June 27, 2012

SEPTA completes $30M subway stations revamp

Modernized two 1920s-era subway stations. This project was one of 32 the agency embarked on with $191 million in ARRA funding. The Spring Garden-Girard station was SEPTA's largest stimulus initiative.
Rail| June 27, 2012

Denver RTD breaks ground on first FasTracks segment

This 6.2-mile section of the Northwest Rail Line is funded as part of the Eagle P3 project, which also is building the East Rail Line from Denver Union Station to Denver International Airport.
Rail| June 27, 2012

Detroit light rail group seeking private operator

Part of the U.S. DOT's requirement for up to $25 million in capital funding is that it wants a list of potential operators for the system.
Accessibility| June 25, 2012

Travel training conference to be held in Colorado

The conference, sponsored by the Association of Travel Instruction, is recommended for travel trainers, mobility managers and other persons interested in greater use of public transit by all disabled individuals and seniors.
Bus| June 25, 2012

Capital District installs video cameras at bus stops

This program further enhances safety at the agency's BRT stations with LED lighting and routine monitoring from supervisors. The cameras aid in protecting and reassuring customer safety by reducing vandalism and other potential criminal activity.
Motorcoach| June 25, 2012

Drug and alcohol sweep nabs 287 bus, truck drivers

During the two-week sweep, nearly 200 federal investigators examined the drug and alcohol safety records of commercial drivers employed by bus and truck companies, including school bus drivers, interstate passenger carriers, hazardous material transporters and general freight long-haul trucking companies.
Bus| June 25, 2012

Valley Metro considers merging bus contracts

The City of Tempe and the transit system are exploring a “scout program” for bus service unification to operate regional bus service more efficiently, achieve cost savings and improve service to customers.
Rail| June 25, 2012

NYC Transit urges subway riders to safeguard belongings

New posters urge riders to keep a close watch over personal electronic devices, particularly when seated or standing near doors.

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