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SEPTA launches real-time arrival updates

Bus| January 25, 2012
Now available on the agency’s website, System Status offers a complete view of the system with just the click of a mouse or touch of a screen. In one snapshot, riders can see the status of all bus and trolley routes and rail lines.

COTA names headquarters after William Lhota

Bus| January 25, 2012
Additionally, COTA's board also named W. Curtis Stitt to replace Lhota, who is retiring after seven and a half years.
Bus| January 25, 2012

LaHood: Streamline major transit awards, cut red tape

By giving greater emphasis to evaluation criteria concerning environmental benefits and local economic impact, it would be possible for FTA to consider a variety of smaller-scale projects that might better meet a community's needs, including streetcars and rapid bus services.
Rail| January 25, 2012

Bombardier project focuses on 'green train of the future'

The Gröna Tåget ("Green Train") research project is a collection of ideas, proposals and technical solutions aimed at making long distance and fast regional services more attractive to travellers and operators.
Motorcoach| January 25, 2012

Prevost delivers 2 H3-45s to Fla.

Astro Travel and Tour's dark green coaches ply both the local roads of its North Florida/South Georgia market as well as the interstates of the continental U.S.
Accessibility| January 25, 2012

N.Y. paratransit offering discounted taxis to disabled riders

The "Bee-Line Taxi," a one-year pilot program, is expected to save Westchester County $300,000.
Accessibility| January 25, 2012

London paratransit users launch bus blog

Two disabled passengers created "Bus Diaries," a dedicated website and blog, as part of a campaign to improve public transportation for riders with mobility issues.
Accessibility| January 25, 2012

Niagara Frontier’s planned service cuts burden disabled riders

In a recent forum, Metro Bus Riders said Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority's plan to cut 22% of its bus routes by April 1 will be especially difficult for the disabled, low-income citizens and others without their own transportation. The agency recently lost $4.3 million in state aid.
Accessibility| January 25, 2012

Car service bilked $30K from N.Y. MTA’s Access-a-Ride

Wadsworth Car Service admitted to using a fraudulent billing scheme between June 2009 and January 2010. In the summer of 2009 the company’s billings doubled in one month.
Accessibility| January 25, 2012

Fla. transit to seek on demand bus grant

The $1.3 million grant would cover the cost of a new 15-seat bus, on-board vehicle technology and operating expenses for a year.

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