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First Bombardier streetcar arrives in Vancouver

Rail| December 8, 2009
Bombardier will operate the streetcars as a free service, 18 hours a day, 7 days a week, between Jan. 21 and March 21, 2010. The vehicles are on loan from the Brussels Transport Company STIB.

Va. group advocates for streetcars

Rail| December 4, 2009
Coalition supports bringing service to Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax counties.
Rail| December 1, 2009

U.S. DOT tabs $280M for urban circulator projects

Projects to include streetcars, buses and bus facilities. FTA plans to announce grants early in 2010.
Rail| November 16, 2009

Seattle, Sound Transit sign streetcar agreement

The First Hill line will be the second modern streetcar line in Seattle following the Sound Lake Union Streetcar line, which opened December 2008.
Rail| November 9, 2009

FTA approves U. Arizona streetcar project phase

University and Tucson officials say the project addresses the need to connect some of the city's major centers, and will benefit students, local residents and visitors without further aggravating traffic.
Rail| October 9, 2009

SFMTA adds Australian streetcar to fleet

The new streetcar, No. 916, built in 1946, is the second Melbourne tram to join Muni’s historic streetcar fleet.
Management & Operations| July 17, 2009

Toronto Transit launches streetcar safety campaign

Commission and Toronto Police Service will discuss safest way to board and exit streetcars, stroller safety, and some of the unsafe behaviors motorists practice, and the impact on passengers.
Rail| July 1, 2009

Bombardier to supply TTC streetcars

Contract represents the largest single order ever for light rail vehicles worldwide. Final assembly of the new vehicles will take place at production facilities in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Management & Operations| June 10, 2009

Bombardier demos streetcars for Vancouver

Two Flexity trams will operate daily on a demonstration line between January 21 and March 21, 2010 near Vancouver’s Olympic and Paralympic Village.
Bus| May 4, 2009

Seattle transit launches new Website

The first phase, unveiled May 1, should make it easier to search frequently-accessed items such as bus schedules and the Trip Planner. Riders can also sign up to receive e-mail alerts and subscribe to an RSS feed for service updates.

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