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Clocking in could be reality for Boulder transit users

If the City of Boulder, CO can secure a $250,000 federal grant to put Wi-Fi in its 157 Regional Transportation District buses, local company employees could in the future “clock in” while being transported to work.

Praise pours in for fired NY bus driver

Media attention to the firing of a Nassau County, New York bus driver is fueling sympathy for him and criticism of the bus company who terminated him.

Roadeo to test driving skills of Columbus, OH celebs

On Friday, Columbus-area lawmakers and hand shakers will test their actual driving skills at the Central Ohio Transit Authority’s Celebrity Roadeo.

New fuel, emissions standards set for buses, other vehicles

On Tuesday, President Obama signed a bill that sets new fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas emission standards for buses, trucks and other vehicles like heavy-duty pickups and vans.

NY bus crash seriously injures 11

A tour bus full of tourists from Poland ran off a Broome County, New York roadway Wednesday night, seriously injuring 11 of the 30 on board.

L.A. Mayor Villaraigosa calls for more bus-only lanes

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa wants to add at least five more bus-only lanes on a number of Los Angeles County streets.

Proposed cuts bring out RIPTA supporters

Approximately 100 transit supporters gathered on Tuesday at the city hall building Providence, RI to protest proposed cuts by the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority.

Fresno moves forward with BRT plan

The City of Fresno is moving forward with plans to develop its own bus rapid transit system.

COTA bringing art to bus shelters

Transit and art are being mixed to bring unique new bus stops to the Columbus, OH area.

AC Transit, unions come to agreement

Oakland, CA-based AC Transit has reached collective bargaining agreements with three separate employee unions.