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Bomb-like device could be linked to Phoenix transit lockout

Phoenix, AZ authorities are still investigating a bomb threat that could be linked to the lockout of transit workers by Veolia Transit Services in Phoenix.

Spokane Transit Authority looking for public input on proposed cuts

Spokane, WA residents who use the city’s transit system will soon have nine bus routes cut and over a dozen other redesigned.

APTA announces AdWheel Award winners

The American Public Transportation Association has announced the winner of their annual AdWheel Awards.

Veolia Transportation Services locks out Phoenix union employees

More than 60 union transit employees in Phoenix, AZ were locked out of work at 12:01 a.m. Monday morning by Veolia Transportation Services after collective-bargaining talks came to a stalemate at Sunday night’s 11:59 p.m. deadline.

Ray Land, Fabulous Coach Lines, ranks among America’s Best Young Entrepreneurs 2010

Raymon Land III, owner of Fabulous Coaches, Branford, FL, has been named a finalist in Businessweek’s sixth annual search for America’s best young entrepreneurs.

LaHood releases seat belt safety reports

Two new reports by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reveal that more than 72,000 lives were saved between 2005 and 2009 due to seat belt use.

NTSB to investigate deadly Beltway bus accident

A bus crash Wednesday on Interstate 270 Capital Beltway in Bethesda, MD that left the bus driver dead and nearly a dozen injured is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board.

Micro Bird G5 vehicle launched at BusCon

Micro Bird Inc. used BusCon to launch the G5, a new ROUSH liquid-propane powered duel rear wheel drive vehicle.

Navistar’s IC Bus unveils new shuttle bus

IC Bus debut its first fully integrated AC Series small shuttle bus today at the Navistar Engine Plant in suburban Chicago.

MPTA names university Transit System of the Year

The Minnesota Public Transit Association (MPTA) has named the University of Minnesota’s Parking and Transportation Services as the Transit System of the Year.