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KCATA to implement fare increase

Bus| February 13, 2009
Two-hour transfers and day passes will not be impacted by the increases.

Idaho adds Sprinters to fleet

Bus| February 11, 2009
The two new shuttle buses have a rear-lift and can accommodate up to 15 passengers plus driver.
Bus| February 9, 2009

California campus unveils bus tracking system

GPS-based system continually updates the location of Cal Poly Pomona’s six shuttle buses, which cover three routes.
Rail| January 30, 2009

Siemens lands $184M light rail vehicle contract

Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD) has ordered 55 light rail vehicles to accommodate the extensions planned in the city's west, south and central corridors.
Motorcoach| January 23, 2009

METRO Briefs

Intercity bus comes to Ky. HSR Authority addresses Californians’ concerns. Florida transit creates mini-bus for mini-city
Rail| January 20, 2009

Florida's Tri-Rail introduces ‘green’ mascot

Conductor George Green will serve as a community ambassador, educating families about the benefits of riding Tri-Rail and promoting public transportation as the single most important choice an individual can make to “go green.”
Accessibility| January 8, 2009

Will Private Investment in Public Transit Fill the Funding Gap?

Potential benefits to the public transit system include capital cost and schedule savings, greater use of private sector innovation and technology, and the ability to finance all or part of the overall lifecycle costs of the project with private funds.
Accessibility| January 8, 2009

Daimler delivers Sprinters to Veolia, New Orleans

ADA-compliant shuttle buses, with optional side-entry wheelchair lift, offer seating for eight passengers, plus driver, with two wheelchairs or 14 passengers, plus driver, and have successfully completed the seven-year Altoona Bus Test.
Rail| January 5, 2009

Tri-Rail sets new ridership record

Preliminary figures show that Tri-Rail carried approximately 4.3 million passengers in 2008, representing a 22.9 percent increase compared to 2007’s approximate 3.5 million.
Management & Operations| December 22, 2008

COTA approves agreement with TWU

The three-year labor contract is effective retroactively to Dec. 1, 2008 through November 30, 2011.

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