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October 21, 2013

DePaul students vent about Ventra

The event was attended by SGA members as well as members of the universities’ administration and representatives from the Chicago Transit Authority.


September 21, 2012

D.C. Metro releases new bus map drafts

Hopes to gather additional feedback on the draft maps from bus customers over the next few weeks. Customer feedback and suggestions will be incorporated into the final map design.


September 7, 2012

FRA proposes rail system safety programs rulemaking

SSPs would be designed to help the railroad proactively identify and mitigate or eliminate hazards and the resulting risks on each railroad’s system.


September 5, 2012

Ann Arbor, Mich. five-year plan moves forward

Officially titled the “Five-Year Transit Program,” includes projected operating and capital expenses of the program that total nearly $223 million over the five-year period. The five-year expenditures would be offset by an estimated $184.2 million in revenue, resulting in a “gap” of $38.8 million.


May 16, 2011

Wichita to hire advisor to gather transit feedback

Last year, University of Kansas urban planning graduate students prepared a regional plan for Wichita Transit, which recommends north-south, east-west grid routes spaced about every half-mile.


May 6, 2010

BostonCoach launches phone app for feedback

Providing instant access to customer opinions, Survey on the Spot enables businesses to gather information from customers on their iPhones, smartphones and the Web.


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