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Court rules PATH immune in '93 WTC bombing case

Bus| September 23, 2011
New York State Court of Appeals decided that the agency is entitled to government immunity for its security measures at the parking garage in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

Driver in fatal N.Y. bus crash indicted

Motorcoach| September 1, 2011
Ophadell Williams, the World Wide Travel driver in a bus accident that killed 15 people has been indicted on multiple counts of manslaughter.
Motorcoach| August 4, 2011

Third N.Y. tour bus crash reported in less than 3 weeks

In the most recent accident in Upstate New York, more than a dozen people were injured. Within the last two weeks, one person was killed and 30 were injured in a crash involving a bus and a tractor-trailer, and another collision led to the death of two people and injured dozens more.
Rail| April 8, 2011

N.Y. high-speed rail project wins additional $3.3M

State will add track and rail capacity in the congested Upstate New York area, advancing the state's high-speed intercity passenger rail program.
Rail| November 22, 2010

NYC Transit safety workers falsified inspections

The N.Y. MTA Inspector General’s investigation shows that the workers said that they inspected track signals that direct trains in the subway system and found them to be safe. However, they had never conducted the inspections.
Motorcoach| November 19, 2010

Megabus expands New York service

Riders can now travel from New York to Hartford, Conn., and Amherst, Mass., for as low as $1. To celebrate the expansion, megabus.com is offering 1,000 free seats for travel Dec. 15 through Jan. 15.
Rail| July 30, 2010

N.Y. HSR awarded $727K in federal funds

The money will provide Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility upgrades, reconstruction of the ticket counter, installation of a passenger Information Display System and platform repairs.
Motorcoach| June 24, 2010

Vamoose Bus launches scheduled ‘Gold’ service

The Gold Bus’ new luxury Prevost coach carries 36 passengers and offers a scheduled daily departure from Arlington, Va. and Bethesda, Md. to New York. Additional features include “two-and-one” leather seating with extra arm and leg room, free Wi-Fi and an oversized restroom.
Rail| June 8, 2010

N.Y. MTA unveils solar-powered water heating system

Will lower the agency's power bill by $94,000 and cut 86 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per year.
University| April 12, 2010

Web Extra: Syracuse to build $4.3M 'green' transportation center

The facility includes a public bus stop for the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority's (Centro) Connective Corridor bus loop, a Syracuse University, City of Syracuse and State of New York partnership making modern and convenient transportation available to connect the University and the city's cultural sites.

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