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Going Green in Rail Transport: Maximizing Rail Systems’ Electrical Energy Recovery

Rail| September 22, 2016

Using regenerative braking for rail vehicles can help transit agencies return energy to the system and save money. LTK's TrainOps software helps transit agencies determine how to implement these systems.

Collaborative Consultants Ease Rail and Transit Industry Demands

Management & Operations| September 22, 2016

Consultants can provide specialized engineering support to transit agencies, helping them address a variety of needs and filling a gap left by retiring senior staff. 

Transit Infrastructure Must Be Made Resilient to the Effects of Climate Change

Sustainability| September 20, 2016

The transportation system of metropolitan New York was significantly impacted by Superstorm Sandy — including New York City subway and Amtrak rail tunnels damaged by flooding — and the after effects are still being addressed.

Kansas City's Starter Streetcar Line is Sustainable, 'Smart' Endeavor

Rail| September 20, 2016

Since voters green-lit the project by approving its major funding source in 2012, some $1.7 billion in economic development has initiated around the 2.2-mile streetcar line.

Electrification Enhances Bay Area Commuter Rail, Sets High-Speed Stage

Rail| September 20, 2016

The new system will be equipped with high-performance, multiple-unit electric trains that operate from overhead catenary.

SoCal Extension Breathes New Life Into Congested Corridor

Rail| September 20, 2016

The 91/Perris Valley Line is expected to replace thousands of vehicle trips along I-215 as well as I-15 and connecting State Route 91 and SR 60.

Crossrail Transforms London Transport to Move Millions

Rail| September 20, 2016

As one of Europe’s largest construction projects, Crossrail will transform rail transport in London, increasing rail capacity in central London by 10%, supporting regeneration and cutting journey times across the capital.

Automated and Connected Vehicle Tech Offers Promise for Transit Agencies

Management & Operations| September 20, 2016

Automated and connected vehicle technology has the potential to change all aspects of mobility and disrupt both public and private transportation as we know it. As Google, Uber, the automobile industry, and other organizations continue to make rapid technological advances in connected and automated vehicle technology, it is vital that public transit agencies consider these changes in their strategic planning.

2016 Top 100 Bus Fleets Survey: Stepping Up to Solve First Mile, Last Mile Issue

Bus| September 19, 2016

Agencies are providing real-time bus information and mobile apps, as well as partnering with ride-, car- and bike-sharing groups to help customers better plan multimodal trips.

5 Passive Design Strategies to Help Condition Transit Facilities

Sustainability| September 19, 2016

Establishing a function-first facility that then integrates passive design strategies can lead to more operationally and energy efficient transit facilities.

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