Peter Rogoff says BRT as the more cost effective option According to the Washington Examiner, Federal Transit Administration Administrator Peter Rogoff had some very candid comments for the top public transit officials in a May speech he delivered in Boston. Noting that the future of public transportation in the U.S. is in jeopardy, he bluntly […]
NAS Level 1 inspections conducted at 1,500 locations nationwide The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) is helping to mobilize thousands of roadside inspectors June 8-10, 2010 to send the safety message to commercial motor carriers and their employees: “Be accountable to yourself, your employer, and those you are sharing the road with to help in making sure all […]
Police point to driver fatigue as probable cause of early morning crash A charter motorcoach registered to Darkanu Bus Company, Brooklyn, NY, which serves the Hasidic Jewish community, was carrying about 22 people when it ran off the Garden State Parkway in Middletown, NJ, and flipped on its side early Wednesday morning around 5:30 a.m. […]
The community of Catonsville, MD, proved in early May, a bus tour does not have to travel to far off destinations. Buses were a big hit when community leaders decided to give local residents a closer look at the nearby historical landmarks that have forged the community over the course of its 200-year history.
Come December certain provisions of the American Recovery Act of 2009 will expire. The pre-tax $230 per month employee commuter benefit could revert to the former rate of $120 the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) allows. Or… this temporary spike in the monthly limit will stand permanently as a cost of living increase.