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New York's elected leaders have approved a state budget that enables new tolls on vehicles entering midtown Manhattan that's designed to reduce traffic and increase vehicle speeds, as well as fund long-needed improvements to New York City's network of subway and train lines.

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Ivory Coast Calls for Iran-Made Fleet Vehicles

The Ivory Coast's transportation minister has said the West African nation's public transport sector has demanded replacing its fleet with cars made by the Iran-Khodro Company (IKCO).

Volvo Group to Test Electric Road in Sweden

In collaboration with the Swedish Transport Administration, the Volvo Group will study the potential for building electric roads, where city buses can be charged from electricity in the road at the same time as the bus is in operation.

Sochi Olympics Riders Log 2M Bus Trips

Visitors to the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, made more than two million trips on buses provided by the GAZ Group, according to a non-commercial organization.

Bogota May be Home to Zero-Emissions, Articulated Bus

During Mobility and Transport 2013 Conference held in Bogota, Colombia, earlier this year, global bus manufacturer BYD announced the 2014 production of a long-range, 18 meter (60 foot), articulated all-battery-electric transit bus.