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Calif.'s High-Speed Rail Charges Up as Expertise, Leadership Look Ahead

Rail| May 30, 2018

By 2033, the first high-speed rail system in the U.S. will whisk passengers from San Francisco to Los Angeles in under three hours at speeds above 200 mph.

Rail Product Highlights

Rail| May 30, 2018

A look at some of the latest offerings in the transit rail industry.

Bus| May 30, 2018

TMF returns to BusCon

The event takes place Oct. 1 to 3 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

Management & Operations| May 29, 2018

Q&A with Lane Transit District GM Aurora Jackson

Jackson speaks about the success of LTD’s BRT system and the changing face of the public transit industry as it increasingly looks to a “complete trips” mobility model.

Sustainability| May 8, 2018

9 Tips for Planning Your Bus Charging Infrastructure

While adding a few charging stations to support pilot projects is relatively straight forward, transit agencies will need to consider several factors when planning to implement infrastructure that can support hundreds of electric buses, or more.

Shuttle| May 7, 2018

Collins Relies on Safety Process as it Re-Enters Commercial Bus Market

The vehicles are ideal for an array of industries, including assisted-living facilities, churches, airports, and paratransit providers.

Technology| May 7, 2018

4 Ways Transit Agencies Can Amp Up Asset Management

Benefits include the prospect of ensuring quality, safety, and efficiency of their service through more confidence in budget projections, more formalized data collection, and efficient reporting procedures.

University| May 3, 2018

University of Arkansas' Razorback Transit Partners to fill Crucial Need

To combat a shortage in qualified maintenance technicians, Razorback Transit teamed with NWTI to create an internship-type program. 

Motorcoach| May 1, 2018

Intercity Bus Lines Picking Up Speed with New Service Strategies

The most recent expansion of services has been more nuanced, generally spurred by a desire to fill gaps in the system, improve connectivity with Amtrak, and strengthen existing routes with new intermediate stops.

Sustainability| April 30, 2018

L.A. Metro 'Ups the Ante' with Zero-Emission Fleet Plan

The transition to electric buses, Metro believes, can be paired with workforce development programs to bolster the local economy and create jobs and a pathway to the middle class for Angelenos.

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