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Proposal made for Birmingham Explorer

A proposal by the mayor of Birmingham, AL could create a tourist transit system that would transport visitors to downtown hotels and attractions in addition to the zoo, Vulcan Park and the botanical gardens.

APTA: Proposal underfunds transportation systems

APTA President William Millar says the current six-year, multi-modal surface transportation authorization bill is woefully short of what is required to address the nation’s transportation infrastructure needs.

SEPTA sells bus for $1 to PA first responders

The Department of Emergency Services in Haverford Township, PA is the new owner of a retired 1996 SEPTA bus for the price of $1.

Facelift set for George Washington Bridge Bus Station

New York City’s George Washington Bridge Bus Station is set for a well-needed makeover, thanks to approximately $180 million.

Free transit rides could be remedy for LA’s 'Carmageddon'

LA Metro will be offering free rides for customers on 26 bus lines during ‘Carmageddon’.

$101.4M earmarked for transit clean-fuel innovations

The Federal Transit Administration has $101.4 million up for grabs for all transit providers who provide innovations that will create green jobs, promote the use of clean fuels and lessen the nation’s dependence on oil.

First Transit managing Wilmington's Wave Transit

First Transit is now managing Wilmington, NC-based Wave Transit.

MCI names Ziska to new post

Motorcoach Industries has named Pat Ziska as its Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Private Sector.

Apportioned license plate proposal falls short

Charter coach companies will not be required to purchase apportioned license plates, thanks to a recent no vote on the International Registration Plan.

IC Bus implements commodity surcharge

Blaming rising commodity prices, Navistar’s IC Bus has implemented a commodity surcharge on all its buses, beginning Sept. 15.