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CTA cuts 200 jobs to ease budget woes

Facing a $277 million budget deficit, the Chicago Transit Authority will eliminated more than 200 positions and will review sick and vacation leave policies.

Flagstaff’s Mountain Line celebrates 10th anniversary

Mountain Line is marking its 10th anniversary as Flagstaff, Arizona’s transit system.

King County ‘War Crimes’ ad rejection upheld

A Washington State judge has upheld a decision by King County Transit officials to reject a bus ad that alleged Israeli war crimes.

Orion technology touted as increasing public safety

Orion Innovations, LLC, has introduced Signal-Safe®, a patent-pending, wireless technology providing a solution to the dangers posed by cell phone use during motor vehicle operation.

NJ TRANSIT taps DesignLine for Eco-Coach buses

NJ TRANSIT has contracted with Charlotte, NC-based DesignLine for 76 Eco-Coach buses at a cost of $45 million.

APTA Awards handed out in New Orleans

The American Public Transportation Association announced the individual and organizational winners of the 2011 APTA Awards this week in New Orleans during the APTA 2011 EXPO.

Tallahassee's StarMetro orders all-electric buses

Tallahassee’s StarMetro has signed a contract with Proterra Inc. for the construction of three brand new, zero emission, all-electric buses and a charging station.

Bennett named new Proterra CEO

During this week’s APTA EXPO in New Orleans, Proterra announced it has appointed David Bennett as its new chief executive officer.

The “T” begins new Spur Line

Fort Worth’s The “T” transit authority unveiled its new Spur Line Sunday in southeast Fort Worth.

PDRTA begins new HART service

On Monday, Hartsville, SC had a shiny new bus service called HART.