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Group files suit over guns on Madison Metro buses

Bus| January 8, 2014
Claims transit system policy banning firearms from buses and from bus shelters violates a provision in a 2011 Wisconsin law that allows people to obtain licenses to carry concealed weapons.

Judge rules in favor of Princeton rail station move

Government Issues| January 6, 2014
Said university was within its rights to move the Dinky station approximately 500 feet south because it had received the necessary approvals from NJ Transit.
Rail| December 13, 2013

BART, unions back to bargaining table after lawsuit

Attempting to resolve a dispute over a contract provision that included a family medical leave clause, which the agency says it cannot afford. Unions are not ruling out the option of a third strike.
Management & Operations| December 5, 2013

BART unions sue over contract provision

They want a judge to order the transit agency to abide by the tentative deal that was reached Oct. 21. On Nov. 21, the BART board of directors approved only part of the deal, excluding a provision giving employees six weeks of paid family leave that they said they hadn't meant to include.
University| September 23, 2013

UConn bus death lawsuit settled for $5.5M

David Plamondon died after being hit in a crosswalk on campus by a bus driven by a fellow student. The driver pleaded no contest to negligent homicide and was sentenced to two years of probation.
Government Issues| August 21, 2013

APTA's patent lawsuit resolved

The lawsuit stated that ArrivalStar’s patents related to arrival and status messaging systems for the transportation systems were invalid and unenforceable.
Government Issues| August 21, 2013

CUTA sues to end frivolous patent claims

Seeks to end foreign owned investment company's practice of bringing unfounded, unsustainable patent infringement actions against its members, including numerous publicly funded transit systems, agencies and their suppliers.
Government Issues| August 1, 2013

Court: Ex-BART worker who killed Oscar Grant not immune from lawsuit

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Johannes Mehserle's claim of immunity, which stated that the facts in the case showed he “was acting consistently within the legitimate law enforcement objective of arresting Grant." The ruling allows Grant's father to sue over the killing.
Government Issues| June 27, 2013

Lawsuit filed against patent troll targeting public transit

APTA seeks to halt frivolous patent infringement claims against public transit systems throughout the country by two foreign companies stating they own or are the exclusive licensee of patents relating to arrival and status messaging systems for the transportation industry.
Rail| April 24, 2013

Calif. HSRA settles case for $5M

Will provide $4 million for an agriculture preservation fund to resolve claims that part of its project could violate state environment law. Will also pay about $1 million in attorneys’ fees to county farm bureaus and other groups that sued.

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