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Siemens, Thales to equip New York rail for $60M

Rail| March 13, 2012
Will provide a permanent communications-based train control test track facility for Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit.

Participate in METRO's Top Shops Survey

Bus| March 13, 2012
For the second year, we are polling bus maintenance heads to find out what issues are impacting them most and what they are doing in the shop to maintain success.
Bus| March 13, 2012

All-electric HVACs paying off for Gardena Bus Lines

In recognition of the agency's committment to operational and energy efficiency and sustainability, it will receive the “Energy Efficiency Leader Award” this week from Thermo King.
Accessibility| March 13, 2012

Ohio agency extends First Transit contract

Company has supervised Clermont Transportation Connection's operations since 2005.
University| March 12, 2012

One day behind the wheel of a Metro Transit bus

Wayne Adermann, 64, has been a Metro Transit bus driver for the past 20 years. His current route, which runs through the University of Minnesota campus, served 2.74 million riders last year.
University| March 12, 2012

Maine college offers students free transit bus pass

Students must be currently enrolled at the university to qualify for the free pass.
University| March 12, 2012

UC Berkeley to survey students

In addition to informing campus transportation and housing initiatives, it provides details valuable to the work of reducing Berkeley's greenhouse-gas emissions and improving its environmental footprint
University| March 12, 2012

How to alleviate campus bus bunching

A new method of bus coordination abandons the concept of tightly-managed headways or schedules, drivers instead follow the flow of traffic, and natural headways emerge over time.
Sustainability| March 12, 2012

Web Extra: Has your U. transit system employed new green practices?

Operators from Utah, Colorado, Illinois and Virginia weighed in on their conversions to alternative fuel to go greener and reduce noise pollution.
Motorcoach| March 12, 2012

MCI launches 'Coach Critical' parts program

MCI's Coach Critical list starts with 1,000 parts and will include 1,500 by June 2012. The list, compiled with the input of operators of MCI coaches and in-house technical experts, includes both high- and low-volume parts, including those that are sometimes hard to come by.

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