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The Rapid board to vote on master plan

Bus| June 15, 2010
A new transit master plan for Grand Rapids, Mich., looks 20 years into the future for The Rapid's expansion plans. Proposals include BRT and streetcars downtown.

Fla. mayor to focus last year in office on light rail

Rail| June 15, 2010
Tampa, Fla.'s Mayor Pam Iorio plans to spend her last year in office supporting a measure to fund light rail in Hillsborough County with a 1-cent sales tax.
Bus| June 15, 2010

Schuyler County, N.Y., plans bus system

Schuyler County Transit, consisting of an 18-bus fleet, would be operated by a local non-profit organization aimed at the needs of disabled residents.
Bus| June 15, 2010

FTA tabs $450,000 for Cape Cod transit improvements

A grant for $250,000 to Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority will be used to purchase vans equipped with trailers to transport riders and their bikes throughout the park.
Bus| June 14, 2010

Apollo Video to equip Grand Rapids, Mich. fleet

Company to provide 126 video surveillance systems and back-end management software for The Rapid.
Rail| June 14, 2010

PB awarded Singapore train depot contract

The Tuas Depot will have the capacity to stable as well as maintain and overhaul 60 six-car train sets, along with sufficient numbers of maintenance locomotives, maintenance wagons and specialist permanent way vehicles.
Bus| June 14, 2010

Iowa university, transit ops to add NextBus technology

WebTech Wireless will equip the University of Iowa, Iowa City Transit and Coralville Transit per five-year contracts with a total value of $700,000.
Rail| June 14, 2010

Students expected to fuel Edmonton ridership boom

Opening of a south extension to the system in 2009 has given ridership numbers a huge boost.
Rail| June 14, 2010

Bombardier to supply Metrolinx 182 light rail vehicles

The agreement for option vehicles from a June 2009 contract is valued at approximately $745 million.
University| June 14, 2010

Web Extra: U.Va. launches transportation demand management program

In an effort to reduce the number of single-occupancy vehicles on campus, the University of Virginia is partnering with local transit, improving bike parking and providing incentives for carpoolers.

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