Transit in the News – September 11, 2015

Transit in the News – September 11, 2015

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Phoenix voters approve $31.7B transportation plan.

Envy no more: Edmonton transit cops get bikes.

Arkansas Metro transit system gets name change, new look.

Cheap bus passes for university students on agenda at Regina City Hall.

Codiac Transpo proposes more bus routes for Riverview, New Brunswick.

Downtown transit hub proposal to be unveiled next week.

The world could save save trillions with buses and bikes.

How Johannesburg’s public bus system saved South Africa 890 million.

Bombardier turned down Chinese bid for its rail unit report.

Denmark shuts rail link as Europe wrangles over refugees.

Rail ridership meets expectations with a little help.

Federal Liberals pledge $2.1 billion for Surrey light rail.

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Author: Adrienne Coling