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First Transit's Phoenix fixed-route earns ISO cert.

Bus| January 18, 2012
The focus of the program is to reduce the environmental footprint of a business and decrease the pollution and waste a business produces.

Calif.'s OCTA completes 'quiet zones' program

Rail| January 18, 2012
The program enhanced 52 railroad crossings and helped silence train horns for local communities.
Bus| January 18, 2012

Nova delivers 2 LFS buses

All the company's vehicles are based on a common platform, which translates into effective maintenance, streamlined training and simplified parts management, providing quality performance and productivity, according to the company.
Bus| January 18, 2012

National parks get $41M to enhance transportation

The U.S. National Park Service, Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management and local partner communities will receive the funds for projects ranging from redesigning and widening the Nauset Bicycle Trail at Cape Cod National Seashore in Massachusetts to purchasing new buses to transport visitors between Sausalito and the Muir Woods National Monument in California.
Bus| January 18, 2012

Cleveland RTA ridership up

December 2011 marked the eighth month in a row of increased ridership throughout the RTA system.
University| January 18, 2012

Contract prevents UBC dropouts from keeping transit passes

The University of British Columbia is changing to a monthly U-Pass system, which will prevent students who have dropped out of courses from keeping their subsidized transit passes.
University| January 18, 2012

Ohio transit requiring new IDs for OSU riders

Central Ohio Transit Authority installed a new ID reader system on its buses to assess student ridership for future planning, requiring students to get replacement IDs.
University| January 18, 2012

Va. transit to change billing for Liberty U.

Greater Lynchburg Transit Co. is responding to the university’s concerns over possibly getting shortchanged on its share of federal and state subsidies provided to the agency. Both sides agreed to work on a simpler approach to determine costs.
University| January 18, 2012

UC Berkeley selects Bauer’s IT for shuttle contract

Will resume its Bear Transit shuttle bus program with Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation, which is set to have interim buses in service Jan. 17. The service was formerly run by AC Transit.
University| January 18, 2012

Pa. university students get free bus rides

In an effort to make it easier for students to get around on campus, the University of Scranton and Marywood University are paying Lackawanna County Transit an annual rate for the free service.

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