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Archive for: March, 2011

WMU students using new Bronco Transit App

Western Michigan University students now have a mobile GPS application to track bus locations in real-time online on their computers, cell phones, iPads and iPods.

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MD bill would OK bus camera footage for traffic tickets

If Maryland lawmakers have their way, local jurisdictions could issue $250 tickets to drivers caught breaking the law by using cameras installed on school buses.

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NTSB: NY bus doing 78 before crash

the National Transportation Safety Board said the bus that crashed on March 12 in New York killing 15 people and injured 18 others was traveling 78 miles an hour when it crossed a paved shoulder and hit a roadside pole.

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NYC Transit orders 90 Prevost express coaches

MTA New York City Transit has contracted with Prevost for the coach maker to manufacture 90, 57-passenger X3-45 motor express coaches.

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Bus crash after shooting under investigation

Authorities in Chicago are still investigating a bus crash that was prompted by gunfire from a moving vehicle Tuesday morning.

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Super Luxury Tours grounded, suspended by FMCSA

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Pennsylvania-based tour bus company Super Luxury Tours has been ordered out-of-service by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

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Gannett Fleming Supporting LAVTA Bus Rapid Transit

San Francisco-based Gannett Fleming is now providing program management support for the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority’s bus rapid transit line.

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DART taps Trapeze ITS for smart transportation system

Trapeze ITS has been chosen by the Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority to run its intelligent transportation system.

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FTA considering new transit rules for overweight riders

The Federal Transit Authority is proposing to rewrite bus safety rules due to more overweight riders using bus transit.

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Zero-Waste-to-Landfill achieved by Thomas Built Buses

High Point, NC-based Thomas Built Buses has become the first school manufacturer to reach a Zero-Waste-to-Landfill operation.

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