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PA: Charleroi Bus Rider Seeks Expanded Transit Services to Rostraver

March 27--Weekend transit service to the Rostraver retail shopping area could be extended later into the evening, although that would likely be considered as part of an overall plan for updating service in the Mon Valley. That was the...Show More Summary

WA: House Transportation Committee Urged to Raise Gas Tax, Vehicle Fees During Hearing

March 27--OLYMPIA -- A steady stream of business leaders and local government officials urged a House panel to raise the gasoline tax and several other vehicle fees and spend the projected $15 billion on roads, bridges, mass transitShow More Summary

GA: Proposed Transit Routes in West Chatham Get Chilly Reception in Pooler

March 27--South Florida researchers introducing a proposal to extend Chatham Area Transit service to the west side of the county got a chilly reception from area residents attending a workshop in Pooler this week. On Wednesday, mostShow More Summary

NY: Port Authority Bus Accident Kills One; Leads to Extensive Delays

March 26--A bus accident at Port Authority resulted in at least one fatality, according to media reports. The Port Authority said there are "significant delays," and New Jersey Transit is cross-honoring any bus tickets for passengers who can take the train. Show More Summary

For the Birds: Wildlife Management at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

One of two avian radars located at SEA. This one is in a ditch adjacent to the third runway. Have you ever looked up in the sky, seen a hawk or eagle soaring, and admired the beauty? Although exciting, the birds can cause major problems for aviation. The “Miracle on the Hudson” is a [...]Show More Summary

MA: T Execs Sweeten Pensions With $5.3M in Extra Perks

March 27--Former top MBTA executives and union workers have been boosting their pensions with more than $5.3 million a year in extra retirement perks -- led by the nearly $150,000-a-year pension scored by the current head of the agency's...Show More Summary

MA: MBTA Cop Fund Defies Calls to Open Books

March 27--The MBTA police's retirement fund is refusing to release pension payouts for T cops, thumbing its nose at state law and even the agency's boss, transportation czar Stephanie Pollack, who called on the group to release the records...Show More Summary

CA: AC Transit Boss Quits Just Ahead of Dismissal Meeting

March 27--OAKLAND -- David Armijo abruptly resigned Thursday as general manager of the AC Transit bus agency, apparently just ahead of a special meeting of its directors to remove him. Details were not immediately available, but agency...Show More Summary

What’s Your Vision for Metro’s Future?

This Tuesday March 31st, Metro will launch its first long range planning effort in a very long time with an exciting two-part event at the Downtown Seattle Central Library. The event, which starts at 6:00 pm, will begin with six facilitated break-out sessions that will dive into key topics. Show More Summary

Transit Cooling Solutions

Transit Cooling Solutions represents a worldwide network that specializes in heat transfer products, primarily engine and transmission cooling for transit bus, railway, fleet and industrial applications.

PA: SEPTA to Accept Anti-Muslim Ads, But Changes Will Bar Future Ads

March 26--SEPTA will not appeal a federal court ruling that the transit authority must accept virulently anti-Muslim advertising on its buses, SEPTA officials said Thursday. In accepting the ruling, SEPTA officials said they would tighten...Show More Summary

NJ: New Jersey Gas Tax Hike Looks Unlikely in Near Future

March 27--TRENTON -- It looks likely that New Jersey won't be raising gas taxes in the next few months. Gov. Chris Christie's administration has put together a mix of borrowed, transferred and surplus funds to provide a financial plan...Show More Summary

CT: DOT Chief Pitches 30-Year Transportation Improvement Plan

March 27--HARTFORD -- A long-term overhaul of the state's transportation network would cut air pollution and save time for commuters, but perhaps more importantly would help shore up Connecticut's economy, Transportation Commissioner James Redeker told lawmakers Thursday. In drawing up a 30-year, $100 billion proposal this winter, Gov. Show More Summary

CT: With Busway's Arrival, Changes To Downtown Hartford Streets

March 27--HARTFORD -- While the CTfastrak busway doesn't open for service until Saturday, residents near downtown Union Station have started noticing traffic changes to accommodate new bus routes. This week, two one-way streets thatShow More Summary

IL: St. Clair, Madison Transit Districts Could Face State Budget Cuts

March 26--St. Clair and Madison County mass transit districts may have to adjust operations or slow down planned projects if proposed state budget cuts by Gov. Bruce Rauner go through. About $75 million in cuts to downstate transit districts...Show More Summary

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