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U.S. DOT, HUD offers $75M for sustainable community planning

Bus| June 22, 2010
Together, departments will award up to $75 million in funding — $35 million in TIGER II Planning Grants and $40 million in Sustainable Community Challenge Grants — for localized planning activities that ultimately lead to projects that integrate transportation, housing and economic development.

Hersman marks anniversary of WMATA crash

Motorcoach| June 22, 2010
Remarks come prior to final meeting on Arizona motorcoach crash.
Bus| June 22, 2010

N.Y. restores funding for student farecards on MTA

The MTA Schoolfare Program had been slated for elimination in September. More than 500,000 New York City students use the public transportation program to get to school.
Bus| June 21, 2010

Blog: Poor transit at root of Rio street dweller problem?

Poor public transportation options and the inability to pay for transit has led people to sleep in the streets to be closer to their jobs
Motorcoach| June 21, 2010

Greyhound, ABC partner to refurbish coaches

Greyhound and ABC Companies will be generating 120 jobs specifically for this project, which is estimated to take 12 to 18 months to complete.
Rail| June 21, 2010

Charlotte system to target light rail fare evaders

Transit agency is preparing report on fare evasion and plans to hire nine security guards to ride the rails seeking patrons who don't have tickets.
Rail| June 21, 2010

Alstom wins $132.5M Swedish contract

The contract includes the full maintenance of 71 Coradia Nordic trains Alstom has already supplied to Storstockholms Lokaltrafik (SL) and the maintenance of 12 Coradia Nordic trains scheduled for delivery in 2012.
Rail| June 21, 2010

MBTA to require subway operators hold driver's licenses

Subway operators on the Orange, Red and Blue lines were not required to hold valid driver's licenses previously. A peer review by APTA recommended MBTA change the policy.
Bus| June 21, 2010

Central Indiana residents want more transit options

Indy Connect, an initiative to collect public input on transportation in Central Indiana, has released results indicating public desire for more bus service, a light rail line connecting Indianapolis to the airport and commuter rail.
Bus| June 21, 2010

FMCSA issues charges against illegal operator

FMCSA charged Cayetano Martinez with 78 violations of 13 separate motor carrier safety regulations. The agency's claim identifies the four separate company names Martinez allegedly used to illegally operate and evade previous orders from FMCSA.

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