Whether it was finding new ways to protect drivers, the re-emergence of streetcars or the renewed interest in mass transportation at the federal level, 2009 was quite a year.
Aside from the fact that the industries METRO Magazine covers help reduce our carbon footprint, it was no doubt a year focused on fighting the impact of the recession, by finding new marketing strategies and better ways to do business.
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The $15 million initiative will allow passengers to pay for their travel with a contactless credit or debit card, as well as Apple Pay and Android Pay.
The full low-floor, three-door, two-staircase double-deck bus is being shown at the LTA-UITP Singapore International Transport Congress and Exhibition in Suntec City.
The new ITS provides Grand Valley with ETA's real-time arrival predictions, fare collection system integration, automatic on-board announcements, and the tools to track and chart system improvements over time.
Josh Ensign’s track record includes leading global operations for 42 factories in 15 countries and managing the supporting supply chains.
The buses will be manufactured in Plattsburgh, state of New York, and the delivery of the vehicles has already begun in Houston.
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