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N.C. State transportation plan to be discussed

University| April 9, 2012
Some of the issues officials expect students to bring up are crowding on buses, new opportunities for park and ride facilities, and additional transfer opportunities for students.

Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority drops Anaheim link

Rail| April 9, 2012
The city had planned on the link to generate significant revenue as the centerpiece to its $200-million ARTIC transportation hub that is currently under construction.
Bus| April 9, 2012

Report: UCLA traffic at lowest level in 20 years

More commuting students and employees are seeking out alternative transportation methods such as public transit, carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling and walking to get to campus.
Bus| April 9, 2012

W. Wash. U. students to vote on bus pass extension

The bulk-pass program, which costs $25 per term, has driven up ridership for Whatcom Transportation Authority.
Bus| April 6, 2012

Study: Young adults driving less, using public transit more

The average young person (age 16-34) drove 23% fewer miles in 2009 than the average young person in 2001. The report also notes that a growing number of young Americans do not have driver’s licenses.
Rail| April 5, 2012

Metro-North Railroad adds QR codes

The introduction for train schedules and status information is just the latest in a long series of improvements in how the railroad communicates with its customers.
Rail| April 5, 2012

DART adds text to police capabilities

The new tool is not meant to replace emergency calls, but instead assist crime fighting by adding an option for transit customers that are hearing impaired, do not wish to make a phone call if they see a crime or something else that makes them uncomfortable while on DART, according to the agency.
Rail| April 5, 2012

MBTA board approves fare hikes, some cuts

In approving the spending reduction plan, the board acknowledged the measures might be nothing more than a one-year patch for the underfunded transit system.
Bus| April 5, 2012

TIGER grant requests exceed $10 billion

The U.S. DOT received 703 applications from all 50 states, U.S. territories and the District of Columbia.
Bus| April 5, 2012

Denver bus drivers protest transit cuts

Joined by riders and members of Occupy Denver, they say the cuts, both local and national, prevent them from getting people to and from jobs and home, which is a basic civil right.

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