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Autonomous Vehicles Have Potential to Deliver Array of Benefits

Technology| August 21, 2017

More than 10 years ago, in a dusty California desert, the rubber of the CAV revolution met the road with the first autonomously-navigated vehicles participating in one of the first events that sparked the development of self-driving cars...

Trip-planning app uses augmented reality to offer live passenger info

Technology| August 18, 2017

INIT, Innovations in Transportation Inc.'s DEPARTURESlive is a multimodal trip-planning mobile app that uses augmented reality to provide the user with not only live views of all the stops nearest to them, but also with live departure information, arrival and departure alerts, pedestrian navigation, and more.

Bus| August 17, 2017

Q&A with REV Group's John Walsh on New Ryder Maintenance Partnership

The company will leverage Ryder’s extensive network to deliver nationwide vehicle maintenance services to the customers of REV Bus Brands, which include Collins, Champion, ElDorado, ENC, Federal, Goshen, Krystal, and World Trans.

Management & Operations| August 17, 2017

Calif. Consortium Focused on Developing, Delivering Bus Maintenance Training

Since 2004, the Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium has provided bus maintenance training throughout the region via partnerships with local colleges, universities, and transit agencies.

Rail| August 16, 2017

Rail Station Redevelopment to Redefine Philadelphia for 21st Century

Built in 1933, the 30th Street Station is the third-busiest Amtrak station in the U.S., handling an estimated 30,000 intercity travelers and regional commuters daily.

Technology| August 15, 2017

Driverless vehicles and the future of public transit

To remain relevant, transit agencies must have a vision for the future, including the role that driverless technology will play.

University| August 14, 2017

How to Use the Off-Season to 'Tune Up' University Campus Shuttle Service

Each school is unique due to the size of the campuses, student bodies, and their locations within their local communities. But, virtually all of them have two key things in common: the layout of the routes and an “off season.”

Bus| August 11, 2017

BusCon Bringing Latest in Tech, Vehicles to Indianapolis

“North America’s Biggest Bus Show” offers attendees more than just buses, including a packed show floor of products, the Transit Maintenance Forum, and top-notch educational programming. Keynote Address will discuss connected and autonomous vehicle technologies and their potential impact on transportation.

Management & Operations| August 4, 2017

Getting Up to Speed on the FTA's New Safety Mandate

States with rail transit agencies must have an FTA-approved and FTA-certified State Safety Oversight Program in effect by April 15, 2019.

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

Building Multimodal Models, New Tech Integration Key Contractor Focus

As cities and municipalities look to build a more well-connected transportation system with several modal options, contractors are able to bring their worldwide expertise to make the process more seamless using the latest innovations, including the further development of autonomous vehicle technology.

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