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Web Extra: Have you integrated Zipcar with transit?

University| February 13, 2012
Transit operators from universities in Pennsylvania, Texas and Michigan share how they are combining Zipcar with their transit systems.

5 ways to make public transit 'awesome'

Bus| February 10, 2012
From train tracks as urban gardens to bus stops as art installations, check out five exciting ways cities around the world are making transit awesome now, from the Mother Nature Network's sustainability blogger.
Motorcoach| February 10, 2012

Coach America appoints new CEO

Laura Hendricks most recently served as the company's senior VP for Business Development, overseeing strategic planning, sales and marketing.
Bus| February 10, 2012

S.F. Muni expands cameras to nab transit lane violators

Any car caught illegally driving in or parking in the city's transit-only lanes will be subject to fines of up to $115.
Accessibility| February 10, 2012

Former HART chief tapped to head AC Transit

David J. Armijo will replace retiring Mary King, who led the transit district since October 2009.
Bus| February 9, 2012

MCI showcases 2012 models at UMA EXPO

MCI’s Long Beach Convention Center space includes a series of learning stations manned by MCI expert engineers, technicians and sales representatives.
Rail| February 9, 2012

Chicago Transit approved to pursue PPPs

Firms will seek new funding options to improve Red/Purple lines.
Accessibility| February 9, 2012

Experts predict dire outcome from transportation funding proposal

APTA President/CEO Michael Melaniphy, Gary Thomas, president/CEO of Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Patrick Scully, COO of Daimler Buses, North America and others discussed the negative financial impacts the proposal would have on America’s public transportation systems.
Rail| February 9, 2012

NJ Transit unveils rail safety blueprint

Announcement caps three months of work by a oversight committee formed in wake of two incidents in October 2011, which claimed the lives of three teenagers and injured a fourth.
Bus| February 8, 2012

DART offered extra security after shootings

The Dallas police and TSA offered to help secure area bus and train stations. The agency will not make any security decisions until it finishes investigating the shooting.

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