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BART transit officers cleared in civil rights trial

Rail| December 2, 2011
A federal jury concluded that Johannes Mehserle and four others did not deprive a man of his "constitutional rights by using excessive force," as claimed, or violate California law by retaliating against him for exercising his First Amendment right to criticize the police.

Miami-Dade transit unveils trip planning app

Bus| December 2, 2011
Gives users bus schedules by bus stop, Metrorail train arrival times, and fare information, as well as Google trip planning.
Rail| December 1, 2011

N.Y. MTA unveils underground space for proposed park

Two architects are in talks to develop the long-retired Essex Street Trolley Terminal into an underground park that would use fiber optics and other cutting edge technology to nurture tree and plant life.
Rail| December 1, 2011

BART set to prohibit cell phone blackouts in stations

The transit agency came under fire by free speech advocates after it interrupted cellphone service during an Aug. 11 blackout in an attempt to thwart a planned protest related to transit police shootings.
Rail| December 1, 2011

Report: Calif.’s HSR plan doesn’t meet rules

A 130-mile stretch of track from Merced to Bakersfield would not be a stand-alone operating segment of the high-speed rail line, as required by Proposition 1A, according to the state legislative analyst.
Rail| December 1, 2011

ETA to provide Amtrak passenger info, display system

Will feature ADA-compliant messaging, including digital signage and synchronized audio messaging.
Motorcoach| December 1, 2011

Pa. motorcoach inspections net safety violators

Between Nov. 19 and Nov. 23, enforcement personnel placed a total of 19 motorcoaches and 10 drivers out of service for various safety violations.
Rail| December 1, 2011

Chicago Transit to reinstate workers, extend program

Individuals participating in the apprentice program include sheltered women who've suffered domestic abuse, ex-offenders who've been convicted of non-violent crime, and individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, among others.
Bus| December 1, 2011

Feds grant $15M to tribal governments

The money, which is awarded through the FTA's Tribal Transit Program, will provide grants to tribes in 25 states for 67 separate projects. The projects will focus on maintaining existing transit operations during the economic downturn and enhancing services for seniors and people with disabilities.
Bus| November 30, 2011

LADOT unveils MCI alternative-fueled commuter coaches

The new buses will be used on LADOT's "Commuter Express" service and replace 95 older, diesel powered buses. The nearly $67 million purchase also makes the fleet 100% CNG driven, joining its 200 "DASH" shuttle buses, which are already 100% alternatively propelled.

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