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Santa Rosa announces new transportation and public works department

In Santa Rosa, CA, the Public Works and Transit Departments have been restructured to create the Transportation and Public Works Department.

SamTrams, workers reach three-year agreement

Officials of the San Mateo County Transit District and representatives for the agency’s bus operators and maintenance workers have agreed to a new three-year contract.

CHK America creates pedestrian map for New Orleans Transit

Santa Barbara, CA-based CHK America has been awarded a two-phased customer information design project for the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) in New Orleans.

ABA: Virginia festival one of North America’s 100 Best Events

The 2012 Virginia Beach Patriotic Festival has been named one of the Top 100 events in North America by the American Bus Association.

Milwaukee transit drivers plan 'death march'

Milwaukee County Transit System bus drivers planned a so-called “Death March” Wednesday afternoon to show support for transit and to draw attention to proposed transit cuts that could leave 13,553 jobs inaccessible to public transit customers.

ElDorado National adds MaxxForce diesel engine for paratransit bus

ElDorado National has begun offering a 9.3-liter MaxxForce® diesel engine in its E-Z Rider II paratransit bus, giving bus fleets a new option in clean diesel power for the demanding duty cycles of public transportation.

Report: Number of workers using public transit slipped in 2010

A new report released by the U.S. Census Bureau shows Americans exercising their freedom to commute to work by car is increasing.

Riteway Bus Service changes operating name

Richfield, WI-based Riteway Bus Service has changed its operating name to GO Riteway Transportation Group.

ARBOC Specialty Vehicles formed

ARBOC Mobility and All American Specialty Vehicles have combined to form ARBOC Specialty Vehicles, LLC.

FMCSA Motorcoach Safety Summit begins Friday

Motorcoach company owners, drivers, safety advocates, tour operators and elected officials convene in Washington, D.C. on Friday for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s national Motorcoach Safety Summit.