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Women's transportation group attends Asian Pacific summit

Bus| November 21, 2011
With the primary goal of growing the female demographic in the transportation industry's professional leadership roles worldwide, the association is getting the attention it needs from the world economy's major players to help move WTS's strategic plan along.

CTA completes 'L' security camera installations

Rail| November 21, 2011
In the last five months, images pulled from CTA surveillance cameras have assisted Chicago police in the arrest of at least 47 individuals for crimes committed either on or near CTA property.
Bus| November 21, 2011

Conn. BRT project awarded $275M

FTA Administrator Peter Rogoff signed the full-funding grant agreement during a ceremony at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain. The grant clears the way for the Connecticut DOT to begin construction of the bus rapid transit system and covers about half the total cost of the $567 million project.
Accessibility| November 21, 2011

Taxicab, limo & paratransit group names new president

Mary Smarelli was voted into office at the TLPA's 93rd Annual Convention & Trade Show held last October in San Francisco. She is the fourth woman ever to hold the presidency of the nearly 100-year-old trade association that was founded by taxicab and rental car industry icon John Hertz.
Accessibility| November 21, 2011

BARTA paratransit looks to ads for revenue

BARTA already sells ad space on the inside and outside of its fixed-route buses. Under the contract, Direct Media sells advertising space on the buses in exchange for 40 percent of the revenue.
Accessibility| November 21, 2011

TAPTCO releases training courses for paratransit, transit

The courses include 28 high-quality video-based presentations, Classroom Facilitator Guides, Behind-the Wheel Instructor Guides, Operator Study Guides and Operator Training Progress Charts
Accessibility| November 21, 2011

MARTA paratransit riders stuck with higher fares

Gwinnett Paratransit passengers wanting to transfer to MARTA end up paying double fares. Officials plan to make the free transfers more consistent when area transportation groups get together to establish a regional fare policy.
Accessibility| November 21, 2011

Part of Texas paratransit may be outsourced

To cope with increasing fuel costs and rides being provided outside the mandated area, the Midland-Odessa Urban Transit District is considering outsourcing part of its paratransit service. GM says increasing fares on a group that typically is on a fixed income wouldn't make up much difference in incurred costs.
Accessibility| November 21, 2011

Southern Calif. transit taps ALC for Dial-a-Ride

Using its Coordinated Transportation Model, American Logistics Co. will provide Lancaster, Calif.-based Antelope Valley Transit Authority with $5 million in savings over the potential life of the contract compared to the agency's previous contract.
Accessibility| November 21, 2011

MV-1 approved for taxi use in N.Y.

The New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission approved The Vehicle Production Group's MV-1 motor vehicle for use as a New York City taxicab. Approval allows owners of the more than 13,000 taxis currently operating in the city to begin replacing their vehicles with the fully accessible MV‐1s.

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