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N.Y.'s Grand Central to be more energy efficient with upgrades

Rail| April 24, 2012
Equipment that keeps the terminal cool in the summer, warm in the winter and flushed with fresh air all year round is being upgraded though a $22 million partnership between NYPA and MTA Metro-North Railroad. The project will conserve energy and save an estimated $3 million a year.

CTA West Loop headquarters now LEED platinum certified

Rail| April 24, 2012
CTA achieved the status thanks to the efforts of its property manager Transwestern, a commercial real estate services firm that oversees the CTA headquarters facilities.
Motorcoach| April 24, 2012

MCI delivers to Omaha, Neb.

Intended for high-end tours and charters, the newest Arrow Stage Lines J4500 has a rear galley with Keurig coffeemaker as well as a host of premium features including three-point seat belts, elegant wood flooring, Wi-Fi, 110-volt outlets for passenger electronics, chrome mirrors and more.
Accessibility| April 24, 2012

PTM/Veolia's Sun Tran, Sun Van contract extended

The two-year contract, which goes into effect May 17, 2012, also includes operation of the Downtown Loop circulator service, development of a seamless regional fare system, and management of the Special Services Office that sells fare products and evaluates applicants for the city’s Economy Fare Program.
Motorcoach| April 23, 2012

N.Y. officials push to regulate intercity buses

Proposed legislation, which would impose stiff fines for violators, includes designating pick-up and drop-off locations, providing information about buses being used, number of passengers they are carrying and where the vehicles would be parked when not in use.
Bus| April 23, 2012

Earth day is every day for public transit industry

Initiatives include using solar bus shelters, operating environmentally-friendly bus and rail vehicles, recycling bus wash water, and incorporating rain gardens at bus rapid transit stations.
Bus| April 23, 2012

Indiana U. looks to replace diesel buses with hybrids

University needs to replace 18 of its 27 diesel fuel buses, which have reached the 12-year mark.
Accessibility| April 23, 2012

Cap Metro recommends fixed-route, paratransit providers

Agency taps McDonald Transit for fixed-route, MV for paratransit. The board is scheduled to vote this week on both contracts.
Rail| April 23, 2012

MBTA, Masabi partner for mobile ticketing solution

With applications for iPhone, Android and Blackberry, customers will be able to seamlessly purchase commuter rail tickets and passes. Once tickets are purchased, customers will be able to use and display directly via their phone screen.
University| April 23, 2012

Ohio university proposes mandatory transportation fee

Many Youngstown State University students think the proposed fee is unfair.

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