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OCTA proposes new routes to improve efficiency

Bus| November 15, 2012
The three new routes are anticipated to provide faster service because there will be limited stops. The plan is the result of a Transit System Study.

Pinellas rethinking transit system

Bus| September 4, 2012
Ridership has climbed for the past two years, but the growth has come in spite of rising rates and reductions in service. The agency is strapped for the cash it needs to add buses and expand routes.
Rail| July 5, 2012

Peer-reviewed high-speed rail study released

The researchers believe one of the reasons the U.S. continues to lack a firm HSR policy framework is that advocates have not developed a few key, compelling arguments that politicians can coalesce behind to push for HSR development.
Rail| June 14, 2012

Group's report supports Calif. high-speed rail

Touts revisions of new business plan and urges state Legislature to immediately approve funding for the project.
Rail| May 25, 2012

AECOM wins international contract

Under the contract, the company will provide an architectural and engineering consultancy study for the proposed RTS Link, which would connect Singapore with Johor Bahru in southern Malaysia.
Accessibility| May 15, 2012

APTA, BAF: Pass fully-funded transportation bill

Groups released a study predicting that record numbers of Americans will turn to public transportation as a cost-cutting measure in the face of volatile gas prices. To meet this impending surge in demand, they are calling on Congress to pass a multi-year, fully funded surface transportation bill.
Bus| January 11, 2012

Study recommends improvements to increase ridership

Results suggest that more direct transit connections to dispersed employment centers, and easier transfers to access these destinations, will help increase transit use for both transit-dependent and choice riders.
Bus| October 18, 2011

S.F. Muni free youth bus passes could cost $13M

An agency study found that it would cost almost twice what was initially projected to provide free bus service to every city resident between the ages of 5 and 17, as well as require expanded peak-time service and new vehicles.
University| June 13, 2011

Georgetown U. tops fewest cars on campus list

Georgetown, as well as two other schools — the Polytechnic Institute of New York University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison-reported that none of their students keep cars on campus.
Rail| January 11, 2011

Report identifies high-speed rail corridors with greatest ridership potential

Corridors connecting populous regions with large job centers, rail transit networks, and existing air markets were found to have the greatest potential to attract ridership.

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