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Megabus expands service through Southeast

Motorcoach| February 21, 2012
Will offer routes from Atlanta to Athens, Ga. and from Atlanta to New Orleans via the Mobile, Ala. to Montgomery, Ala. route. The company will also begin to integrate double-decker buses on routes to and from Atlanta.

RITA launches U.S. DOT research website

Bus| February 21, 2012
The database acts as a central location for information on projects funded by U.S. DOT's operating administrations, providing access to its research portfolio at the project level.
Bus| February 21, 2012

Banta to lead Phoenix-based Valley Metro, Metro rail

Will begin serving in his new role as CEO of both transit agencies on March 1, 2012.
Bus| February 21, 2012

Q'Straint, Sure-Lok tap new Canadian sales manager

Paul Faucher brings more than 26 years of business experience, which includes an extensive background in sales support and project leader assignments throughout North America and overseas.
Bus| February 21, 2012

Mich. transit, coach entities form PPP

The new service, named AirRide, is expected to begin in April and will provide 12 daily round trips from Ann Arbor to Detroit Metro Airport and will be operated by Michigan Flyer on behalf of TheRide.
Bus| February 17, 2012

Documentary shows MBTA overnight work dangers

“Boston Under: After Hours,” a 44-minute film available on YouTube, follows the agency’s night crew through its shift, as workers deal with the challenges and dangers of the job.
Motorcoach| February 16, 2012

Coach USA honored at UMA for green practices

The Green Highway Award, established in 2008 and sponsored by Motor Coach Industries, recognizes companies that demonstrate organizational leadership in reducing carbon emissions. The award was presented to Coach USA because of its dedication to fuel conservation and idling reduction policies, recycling programs and facilities management.
Bus| February 16, 2012

Detroit transit to cut early morning bus service

Part of a plan to eliminate approximately $11 million in costs. The city reports that .5% of DDOT’s daily riders use bus service between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. and make up 6% of its daily costs.
Rail| February 16, 2012

Copper wire thieves hurting SEPTA rail service

Metal scavengers are cutting copper wires from overhead poles and between tracks, stranding trains and endangering passengers. As a result, the agency is spending about $500,000 a year to repair and replace damaged equipment.
Bus| February 16, 2012

Former bus drivers: Nashville MTA doesn’t train enough

Three former bus drivers, one of which was sued for causing accidents that injured other people, claim that the Nashville Metro Transit Authority fails to train and retrain drivers. A spokeswoman says the driver is a disgruntled former employee making false allegations.

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