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Vancouver bus drivers call for more police

Coast Mountain bus drivers for Metro Vancouver are calling for more police on coaches.

MATA, Greyhound unveil new Memphis transit center

A new terminal for both the Memphis Areas Transit Authority (MATA) and Greyhound has opened in Memphis.

New bill could include bus safety measures

New bus safety provisions are expected to be included in the impending surface transportation bill.

SunLine’s ‘Fill the Bus’ program collects 10 tons of food

SunLine Transit’s annual “Fill the Bus” holiday food drive on Nov. 17 collected 10.5 tons of food and toiletries and more than 100 turkeys for three organizations.

Cincinnati Metro receives $1.9M in fed funds

Cincinnati Metro will receive more than $1.9 million in federal Clean Fuels funding to buy new buses featuring new, more environmentally friendly “mini-hybrid” technology.

Transit, paratransit training courses offered

Comprehensive training courses for both transit and paratransit bus operators are now available from the Transit & Paratransit Company (TAPTCO).

ABC Companies buys Hudson Body

ABC Companies has finalized a deal to buy Jersey City, NJ-based Hudson Body Co.

CBS Evening News features Proterra

Proterra, Inc. was featured last Friday on the CBS Evening News. CBS Investigative Reporter Anna Werner visited Proterra during a visit to South Carolina to report on its “SmartState Initiative.”

Prevost leads industry market share

The latest motorcoach industry report reveals Prevost holds the industry lead in market share for overall coach sales for the second straight quarter.

Schumer pushes for transit tax break extension

New York Senator Charles Schumer is calling for the current federal mass transit tax break to be either renewed or made part of the permanent tax code.