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Arizona U. provides variety of programs for student transit

Bus| May 25, 2012
In addition to the campus' CatTran bus system, bike and car sharing services, as well as additional parking areas have been implemented.

Calif. university signs deal for year-round transit access

Bus| May 24, 2012
California State University Long Beach signed a new three-year agreement with Long Beach Transit that will allow the entire campus year-round access to the city’s U-Pass program, starting May 26.
Rail| May 24, 2012

LIRR workers who faked disabilities to get amnesty

Retirees who fabricated claims to get more money in their pensions would avoid prosecution and be able to keep their benefits if they admit wrongdoing as part of a deal with the federal government.
Rail| May 24, 2012

Siemens wins $73M TriMet contract

Vehicles will be manufactured from start to finish at its rail vehicle manufacturing plant in Sacramento, Calif., a facility powered almost entirely by two megawatts of solar energy. The first new railcars are expected to be delivered in August 2014.
Bus| May 24, 2012

Connecticut breaks ground on first BRT line

The 9.4-mile line will include 11 stations in New Britain, Newington, West Hartford and Hartford, with buses running every three to six minutes during peak commuting hours.
Bus| May 24, 2012

Report: Honolulu has worst traffic gridlock in U.S.

Overall, traffic congestion in the U.S. dropped 30% in 2011, according to an annual report, which cites high unemployment and high fuel prices as contributing factors.
Bus| May 24, 2012

Alleged L.A. bus driver shooter could get death penalty

Bus passenger Anthony Craig Chambers has been charged with special circumstances murder and could face the death penalty if convicted. California law allows prosecutors to seek the death penalty when someone is convicted of lying in wait and murdering a transportation worker.
Bus| May 24, 2012

APTA: 62M summer vacationers to use transit

Among travelers who will be using public transportation during their city trips, 71% said using public transportation relieves them from the worry of finding parking, while 68% believe that it is less expensive than taxis and rental cars. Sixty-seven percent will use public transportation to save money on parking and 52% responded they can save money on gas.
Motorcoach| May 24, 2012

Fla. charter service offering satellite TV

Astro Travel & Tours Inc. provides chartered services throughout its geographic market — spanning northern Florida and southern Georgia — and anywhere else in the continental U.S.
Bus| May 23, 2012

MV purchases LA DOT contract

Will replace Coach America as LA DOT’s Northern provider of Commuter Express and DASH services in June.

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