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Students expected to fuel Edmonton ridership boom

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

Bombardier to supply Metrolinx 182 light rail vehicles

Rail| June 14, 2010
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.
Bus| June 14, 2010

Proposal may cut costs for Cal State San Marcos passes

Monthly transit passes would drop from $49 to $29 for students. Faculty and staff also would be eligible for the $29 passes. North County Transit District leaders are in favor of the proposal.
University| June 14, 2010

Universities look to combine student IDs, transit passes

With evolving fare collection systems in transit and acceptance of contactless technology for use in student ID cards, integration is becoming easier.
Rail| June 14, 2010

U. of Maryland, MTA hash out purple line placement

University officials want the line to run through a yet-to-be-built underground tunnel on campus. Planners say an above-ground route along the campus' main road is the only realistic option.
Motorcoach| June 11, 2010

ABC launches online outlet store, delivers to Texas

Featuring a special selection of pre-owned coaches, “BusBuys” lets visitors view videos, specs and pricing information. Additional features include quality engineered, value-priced ABC select parts, and a search option for coach repair facilities nationwide.
Bus| June 10, 2010

Ohio DOT tabs $15M for clean-fuel bus purchase

The historic direct investment will purchase 41 environmentally friendly, clean-fuel buses for eleven local and regional transit authorities across the state.
Rail| June 10, 2010

Alstom unveils new high-speed train model

The train, designed to reach a maximum speed of 250 mph, relies on 8 traction systems with 8 motors in powered bogies, delivering a total power of 10 MW and is capable of a commercial speed of up to 225 mph.
Bus| June 10, 2010

Judge orders N.Y. MTA to restore jobs

State Supreme Court Justice Saliann Scarpulla told the Authority to reopen 42 customer assistance booths across the subway system and return the agency's staffing to the level it was in May.

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