United Streetcar 'in hibernation,' top exec leaving

Company executives told KOIN 6 News they will make more streetcars — but right now they don’t even have any potential orders on the table.

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U.S. commuters wait approximately 40 mins. a day for public transit

 Not knowing when train or bus will arrive is number one commuter frustration, more than actual wait times, safety, overcrowding, and unfamiliar routes, according to a report by public transit app Moovit.

Rains, wind impact Bay Area morning commute

BART shut down its Montgomery Street Station in San Francisco about 7:20 a.m. because of a power outage that caused it to lose lighting on the platform level.The transit agency also reduced acceleration rates for all trains departing stations due to the rain.

AC Transit, BART team for late-night service

The one-year pilot program increases the options for late night commuters, providing new destinations and improved frequency of pre-dawn buses between San Francisco and the East Bay on weekends.

Cincinnati Metro appoints Ferrell as CEO

Dwight Ferrell, who most recently served as the County Manager of Fulton County, Ga., also served as deputy GM/COO for MARTA for four years.

BC Transit liquidating hydrogen fuel-cell buses

The agency is now taking bids on the buses and will either sell them off or have them converted to use diesel or other fuel. They have been in storage for several months. The decision to kill the fleet reportedly has Canada's hydrogen proponents fuming.

Univ. of Md. student groups push for hybrid buses

The Department of Transportation Services currently has four hybrid buses and buys about eight new standard buses each year, DOTS Director David Allen told the paper.

Iowa officials eyeing intercity bus service, ridematching

The two-way intercity bus service would be geared to working commuters, offering power outlets and wireless Internet.

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