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FRA launches So. Florida trespass prevention study

Rail| February 17, 2010
The number of railroad trespass fatalities first surpassed the number of fatalities at highway-rail grade crossings in 1997 and continues to be the leading cause of fatalities industry-wide.

Report: Tech savvy travelers choosing buses

Motorcoach| December 23, 2009
The high-tech traveler has been a driving force in the continued growth of bus travel, which grew 5.1 percent in 2009; the third straight year bus ridership has surged, according to the DePaul University researchers.
Rail| August 6, 2009

Study: Public trans. helps poor obtain, retain jobs

The study tested the possible impacts of promoting car ownership versus transit improvements on job accessibility, work trips and traveler benefits (calculated as dollars per trip) at the system level by running a travel demand model adopted by the Sacramento Area Council of Governments.
Bus| March 4, 2009

MIT to study environment, transportation challenge

Transportation@MIT will start as a two-year pilot program with initial support from all three participating schools. Plans are under way for the development of two labs, one in Cambridge and one outside the U.S., where researchers can apply and test new processes, technologies and policies.

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