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Ariz.’s Yuma County may shut down transit system

Accessibility| May 20, 2010
The Yuma MPO voted to end its transit and paratransit systems effective June 30, due to the loss of revenue sources from state lottery money and federal and local funding.

IndyGo recommends further service adjustments

Bus| May 20, 2010
Fiscal analysis of this current shortfall indicates that it must cut $3.2 million in expenses in order to maintain a balanced budget for 2010.
Bus| May 20, 2010

FTA awards S. Dakota $1.1M grant

Will be used to buy transit vehicles, perform preventive maintenance on vehicles at transit agencies around the state and for the construction of a new transit facility in the city of Spearfish.
Bus| May 20, 2010

Houston Metro to retain docs, e-mails

Actions will bring the agency into compliance with state laws requiring a board-approved policy filed with the Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Bus| May 20, 2010

Winnipeg Transit testing bus safety shields

In 2009, there were 70 reports of operators being subjected to some type of physical assault. About 40 percent included persons spitting or throwing an object at the operator. Transit officials estimate a safety shield could prevent a significant number of these assaults.
Rail| May 20, 2010

Fort Worth system to hold meeting on second round of cuts

The first phase occurred in October 2009. The second part would increase the regional day pass from $7.50 to $10 in October of this year.
Bus| May 20, 2010

Report: $2 trillion per year global infrastructure deficit

Finds that the most successful infrastructure projects exist where the private sector has been involved through the full lifecycle of a project in public-private partnerships (PPPs) where the private and public sector cooperate to augment the efficiency of the project.
Accessibility| May 20, 2010

D.C. Metro requests funding from feds for safety

GM Richard Sarles reiterated the transit agency's request for $150 million in fiscal year 2011.
Accessibility| May 20, 2010

Initiative encourages women to pursue transportation careers

Will support the advancement of science, technology, engineering and mathematics through a strategic partnership between the U.S. DOT and the Women’s Transportation Seminar International.
Accessibility| May 19, 2010

Report: TheRide compares favorably with peers

The presentation showed that TheRide's financial and operating statistics are within expected ranges of those of its peer systems.

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