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Partnerships, Perseverance Propel Smart Cities Movement

Technology| August 6, 2018

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.

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

Technology| July 13, 2018

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.

Technology| July 12, 2018

Automated Vehicle Deployments Gaining in Popularity

Many new automated vehicle deployments are for fixed-route applications with defined coverage areas, or for first/last mile deployments around a hub.

Management & Operations| July 10, 2018

Q&A with Denton County Transportation Authority's Jim Cline

He speaks about the agency’s new pilot program to help provide low-income families and individuals with alternative mobility options and more.

Motorcoach| July 5, 2018

Cost-Effective Fleet Financing: Strategies for Bus, Motorcoach Companies

While the industry is strong, choosing the right leasing and financing options can be absolutely critical.

Management & Operations| June 6, 2018

Idea to merge rail systems has lessons for us all

Unless there are clearly defined responsibilities with defined funding sources and some levels of autonomy, they become troubled.

Management & Operations| June 4, 2018

Consultants Addressing Growing Role of Mobility, Technology in public transit

With so many options now available, consultants are not only helping agencies plan large-scale projects, but also think about the larger concept of building complete trips. Funding continues to be a hurdle that must be negotiated for long-term growth.  

Rail| June 4, 2018

Alstom Revamps LRVs to Meet Evolving Mobility Needs

The Citadis X05 features a wider gangway, larger panoramic windows, higher speed, and reduced maintenance costs.

Rail| May 30, 2018

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

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| May 30, 2018

Rail Product Highlights

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

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