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GO Transit preps for on-time policy challenges

Rail| May 30, 2012
The commuter rail system's smart card software will have to be modified to process refunds related to the policy, and there will have to be a protocol for identifying and serving eligible customers.

Valley Metro begins first light rail expansion

Rail| May 30, 2012
The $200 million, 3.1-mile extension will travel to downtown Mesa and is expected to draw thousands more East Valley riders daily and encourage new development along the line.
Rail| May 30, 2012

Calif. transit breaks ground on $270M rail extension

Sacramento Regional Transit is building the project to provide a commuting alternative to the region’s most congested freeway.
Rail| May 30, 2012

Officials blast Wis. Gov., party for rail rejection

Said the short-sightedness of Gov. Walker and the Republican-led legislature is killing job creation in the Milwaukee-Chicago corridor.
Rail| May 30, 2012

CapMetro awards HDR with analysis contract

Will provide all planning services required to complete the analysis, including overall project management, public involvement, preliminary engineering, Federal Transit Administration coordination, economic development impacts, land use, environmental, Sustainable Return on Investment, operations and financial planning.
Rail| May 30, 2012

MBTA to bid out commuter rail

The state of Massachusetts sent out the request to run the commuter rail service currently operated by the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Co. To attract more bidders, the agency is considering a longer contract period of up to 15 years.
Accessibility| May 30, 2012

Mass. senior center looks to volunteer drivers

Longer lead times required for scheduling with the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority's dial-a-ride service and the possibility of being bumped from a seat have been challenging for senior center staffers.
Accessibility| May 30, 2012

Disabled MBTA riders protest fare hikes, cuts

Chained their wheelchairs together and blocked traffic at a busy intersection to protest the agency’s decision to double fares for The Ride, its service for disabled riders.
Accessibility| May 30, 2012

SEPTA upgrades station with ADA accommodations

To make Ryers Station more accessible, a new 240-foot high level platform, stairway and an Americans with Disabilities ramp were added.
Accessibility| May 30, 2012

N.Y. county adds taxi services to offerings

Westchester County's BeeLine paratransit service currently serves 5,500 registered riders a year, providing 220,000 trips annually.

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