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NJ Transit moves forward with $46M BRT plans

Bus| June 12, 2012
Proposed route is designed to ease commutes on the congested corridor between South Jersey and Philadelphia. The route could be up and running by 2020.

S.F. mulls tour bus limits for historic district

Motorcoach| June 12, 2012
At least 100 buses a day visit the area leading to double-parking, blocked driveways, sideswiping of parked cars and slow moving buses to accommodate photo-taking.
Rail| June 12, 2012

N.Y. MTA launches ‘Weekender’ app

The first iPhone app the MTA has developed itself can also be used on for iPod Touch and iPad. Key features include overviews of line service changes, as well as text summaries of the changes; text-based information about any service changes impacting a borough; and details on any service changes impacting that station.
Accessibility| June 12, 2012

Apple's new maps app missing transit directions

Apple says it will let third-party developers provide transit directions for its maps.
Accessibility| June 12, 2012

D.C. Metro unveils customer service plan

The plan was developed through extensive customer research, including surveys and focus groups of regular commuters, occasional riders and visitors to the Capital region.
Bus| June 12, 2012

ABEX unveils new drum brake block

Meets Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 121 Reduced Stopping Distance requirements. Is now available through leading replacement parts distributors.
Accessibility| June 11, 2012

Community protests Md. paratransit cuts, fare hikes

Primarily opposed to proposed fare increases for TransIT-plus, a service for elderly and disabled residents. One-way cash fare for medical trips would go from $1.50 to $2.50.
Rail| June 11, 2012

NJ Transit may add bike accessibility on all trains

Bike Aboard would allow bikers to carry collapsible bikes onto all trains and at all stations during off-peak travel periods.
Rail| June 11, 2012

Las Vegas high-speed system rebranded

Recently, the Los Angeles Metro and DesertXpress signed letters committing to work together to define what would be necessary to deliver high-speed rail service between Los Angeles and Las Vegas through the High Desert Corridor between Victorville and Palmdale to connect with existing rail service.
Bus| June 11, 2012

Canada's Züm unveils 60-ft New Flyer artics

The BRT vehicles feature clean hybrid diesel-electric technology and boast a 10% to 15% fuel reduction compared to conventional diesel vehicles. They are lightweight, quiet and have unique theatre-style seating in the articulated joint, with two rear exit doors.

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