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NJ Transit unveils rail safety blueprint

Rail| February 9, 2012
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.

DART offered extra security after shootings

Bus| February 8, 2012
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.
Bus| February 8, 2012

TriMet looks to close $17M budget shortfall

The agency is working to bring the union contract in line with revenue growth and make it financially sustainable. It is also proposing to increase fares and change the overall fare structure, eliminating the Free Rail Zone, and cut service. Any changes to fares and service would take effect in September 2012.
Rail| February 8, 2012

2 dead, 2 more shot at DART station

The officer who was shot was wearing a bullet-proof vest and is expected to survive; condition of the other DART customer is not known.
Bus| February 8, 2012

Orlando trolley adds NextBus technology

Beginning this spring, each of the 105 Trolley stops will provide a QR tag that visitors will be able to scan for access to the resort area's mobile website where the NextTrolley information is available.
Rail| February 8, 2012

San Francisco subway project gains FTA approval

Issuance of the letter of no prejudice provided the newest indication that the full commitment of federal funding through the FTA's New Starts program may be forthcoming.
Rail| February 8, 2012

Skansa awarded Second Ave. subway contract

With joint-venture partner LK Comstock and Co., a subsidiary of RailWorks, the company will construct the track and systems for Phase I of the Second Avenue Subway.
Rail| February 8, 2012

FRA proposes training standards for rail workers

Would require each railroad or contractor with safety-related railroad employees to develop a training program designating the qualifications of each employee and then submit that program for the FRA’s approval.
Rail| February 8, 2012

Sound Transit proposes $24M rail study

The agency is planning to design a longer southern extension of light rail that would run to Federal Way. The four-year study will make the project eligible for federal funding.
Rail| February 8, 2012

Hawaii rail gets federal approval for advanced construction

The FTA says the city may spend $184.7 million to start building the foundation and pillars along the first segment of the Honolulu rail transit route.

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