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Report: Curb-side buses grabbing Amtrak business

According to a study released Tuesday by DePaul University’s Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development, curb-side bus amenities like Wi-Fi, 110-volt outlets and cheaper tickets are luring customers from Amtrak

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.

NJ Transit bus driver found dead in idling bus

A New Jersey Transit bus driver was found dead at the Port Authority terminal in the Meadowlands Thursday morning hours after he had dropped off his last passenger.

FMCSA planning Motorcoach Safety Summit

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is getting ready for its National Motorcoach Safety Summit, set for Sept. 23 in Washington, D.C.

Fourth down for Sun Tran shuttle to UofA games

Due to budget constraints, Tucson, AZ-based Sun Tran will be unable to provide shuttle service for the 2011 University of Arizona home football games.

Haggerty sells Ryan's Express to focus on CH Trading

Following six years as a minority stakeholder of Las Vegas-based Ryan’s Express Transportation Services, Century Park Capital Partners purchased the remaining 51 percent of the company this week from founder Michael Haggerty.

UCSF chancellor orders seat belts for shuttles

UCSF’s executive team has focused on identifying, evaluating and implementing measures to further ensure safety when riding on the school’s 50 shuttles.

Money earmarked for 50 new Chicago transit cops

On Wednesday Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced an $800,000 investment to hire 50 full-time police officers to patrol the city’s bus and rail system.

Melaniphy named new APTA President, CEO

The American Public Transportation Association’s board of directors has named Michael P. Melaniphy as its new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective Nov. 1.