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CTA debuts Website redesign

Rail| December 17, 2008
Site features new tools and intuitive navigation making it easier for customers to access the information they most commonly seek, whether from a desktop or from a mobile device.

Toronto Transit unveils vehicle arrival notification pilot

Rail| December 16, 2008
Customers will be able to find out when their next bus or streetcar will arrive by information displayed on screens in subway stations or at select TTC stops.
Rail| December 16, 2008

L.A. Metro to begin using TAP passes

Aiming for transit patrons to pay for rides on Metro Rail and buses and local municipal buses with a single, rechargeable card.
Management & Operations| December 12, 2008

L.A. granted $210M in federal funds for traffic, transit

Funds will finance conversion of existing HOV lanes to High-Occupancy Toll lanes, new bus service and park-and-ride facility improvements, and implement congestion pricing.
Bus| December 11, 2008

New Flyer receives more than $1B in bus orders

Of these orders, 1,294 buses are new orders and 188 buses are exercised options. When these orders combined with those previously reported, they bring the total number of buses ordered to date in 2008 to 4,815, representing a total of $2.78 billion in sales.
Rail| December 4, 2008

Washington Metro debuts new Website

A new feature on the home page is a rotating headline and eye-catching graphic at the center of the page that highlights important topics of the day. Rail system information also has been enhanced to provide more immediate rider information and more interactivity.
Accessibility| December 3, 2008

Apollo Video to supply Nebraska transit system

RoadRunner system will enable transit officials to monitor video both inside and outside paratransit and fixed-route buses and view the speeds and routes of vehicles on an interactive map.
Accessibility| December 1, 2008

Transportation's Green Future on Display at APTA EXPO

Previous EXPO themes of security took a back seat to issues such as fuel prices and global warming. Major evidence of this shift was the dominant presence of hybrid vehicles on the show floor, as well as other eco-friendly product offerings. Off the show floor, session topics focused on dealing with rising operational costs, federal reauthorization, public-private partnerships, customer service and sustainability.
Bus| December 1, 2008

Over the Road: Searching for Good Customer Service

With bus travel, the primary impression of a trip is typically related to driver performance. Having a good attitude and sharing information on board are some of the best ways to build positive passenger relationships.
Management & Operations| November 19, 2008

Community Transit creates Facebook profile

Everett, Wash.-based Community Transit has created a profile on the popular social networking site Facebook to help with its outreach and communication efforts.

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