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Amtrak adds Wi-Fi to Midwest corridor

Rail| February 11, 2014
New installation brings the Wi-Fi coverage to about 85% of passengers across the national network.

New Va. CEO envisions a city with no cars

Mobility| February 11, 2014
David Green also discussed the importance of adding service so residents could have more access to jobs.
Bus| February 11, 2014

NICE, Masabi partner for mobile ticketing

Agency will become among the first U.S. bus transit system to offer smartphone ticketing to its customers, featuring smartphone payment apps for both iPhone and Android.
Motorcoach| February 11, 2014

Pa. tour bus crash injures more than 20

The driver, who works for Freedom Excursions, was driving at an unsafe speed for the snowy weather and crashed into an embankment. Twenty-six riders were taken to hospitals and all but three with minor injuries were treated and released.
Bus| February 11, 2014

Superbowl transit problems to be investigated

Will look into why NJ Transit didn’t anticipate how many people would be taking the train home and plan to accommodate them.
Management & Operations| February 10, 2014

Prevost marks 90th anniversary

Consistent with a Prevost culture that is decidedly unaccustomed to resting on its laurels, the theme of the 90th anniversary will be “Moving Forward Since 1924.”
Accessibility| February 10, 2014

MBTA chief signs up to use paratransit service

GM Beverly Scott is experiencing medical issues with her left foot which will limit her mobility for about three months, and used a pseudonym when signing up for the service to avoid special treatment. Scott said that she believes she is the first GM to be certified with The Ride.

Accessibility| February 10, 2014

Tenn. transit offers job training to disabled students

Nashville MTA offers internships to students in the Metro Nashville Schools Community Based Transition Program, which provides job and life skill training to students between the ages of 18 and 22.
Accessibility| February 10, 2014

Ill. maintenance team keeps whole town running

In addition to keeping Springfield Mass Transit District’s’s fixed-route and paratransit fleet rolling, the crew also maintains contracts with 27 other agencies in the area.
Accessibility| February 10, 2014

Veolia to provide paratransit to Calif.’s Riverside Transit

The contractor is providing service utilizing 98 vehicles and employing nearly 200 operators and staff. Will transport approximately 430,000 passengers annually.

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