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New England Wheels Packs Durability, Accessibility into a Low-Floor Minibus

Accessibility| August 14, 2018

The 22-foot, 15-passenger true low-floor recently achieved a score of 91 on the new Altoona Testing pass/fail test upon completion of testing in March 2018.

Innovative Suspension System Provides Smoother Ride for Buses

Technology| August 13, 2018

The CLASS system changes spring stiffness instantaneously over a wide range without driver intervention.

Bus| August 9, 2018

Apprenticeships Help Relieve Transportation's Technician Shortages

Apprenticeships strengthen classroom training by engaging students, taking what was learned in the classroom, and applying it directly to specific job tasks.

Government Issues| August 8, 2018

The anti-transit disinformation campaign ramps up

Much attention was given to a recent New York Times article that detailed how organized anti-transit forces came together to defeat May’s ballot initiative in Nashville, Tenn.

Bus| August 7, 2018

Forest River Inc. bus division chief talks co. strengths, product diversity

METRO spoke to David Wright about some of the keys to the company’s success, and what challenges they are facing.   

Bus| August 7, 2018

Fleet, Route Updates Help San Diego MTS' Adapt to Service Demands

The agency is continuing to balance paratransit and ridership challenges with a growing fleet of clean-fuel vehicles.

Technology| August 6, 2018

The Obtainable Smart City: Infrastructure Investment Guidance

A smart, fully connected community is what we envision our tech-focused future will look like.

Technology| August 6, 2018

Partnerships, Perseverance Propel Smart Cities Movement

Local, regional, and state leaders see benefits to communities of all types, businesses, and residents. The partnership framework has to be a lasting element that continues and expands the goals and objectives of a city as it progresses.

Bus| July 31, 2018

BusCon to Bring Latest Ops Trends, Tech and More to Indianapolis

“North America’s Biggest Bus Show” offers the largest quantity and widest variety of vehicle and products on the show floor, giving attendees the chance to see more than 60 vehicles.

Technology| July 13, 2018

Pub Perspective: For many transit agencies, the automated era is here

There is general agreement that a significant deployment of automation-related technologies will be driving at the very least within cities throughout the developed world by mid-century.

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