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Mich.'s TheRide lands grant to test autonomous securement of wheelchairs

Management & Operations| October 4, 2018

The systems are scheduled to be installed into the buses by January 2019.

HNTB names vehicle solutions manager

Management & Operations| September 12, 2017

Patrick Allen will be responsible for locomotives, passenger cars, and other rolling components of rail systems. He is based in the firm’s Boston office and works with clients nationwide.

Mobility| March 7, 2017

Boston transportation plan touts 58 projects to improve mobility

Plan includes policies for restructured bus routes, autonomous vehicles and development of 'microhubs' with access to bike- and carshare options.

Bus| December 9, 2016

[Photos] Worcester, Mass. STV-designed sustainable bus facility

The Worcester Regional Transit Authority's new, $84 million vehicle maintenance, storage and operations facility featuring 150,000 square feet, replaces a 1920s-era converted trolley barn.

Mobility| November 21, 2016

Software company to begin testing self-driving cars in Boston

nuTonomy will begin testing its self-driving Renault Zoe electric vehicle before the end of the year in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park in the Seaport section of the city.

Security and Safety | November 8, 2016

MBTA anti-sexual harassment campaign to help people with disabilities

The campaign’s message is that sexual assaults will not be tolerated on the T or anywhere else.

Mobility| October 31, 2016

MBTA in talks with Bridj to provide late-night service

The proposal is about 35 percent less than the per-vehicle per-hour cost of putting a standard MBTA bus on the road.

Management & Operations| January 15, 2016

MBTA, Samaritans launch suicide prevention campaign

Digital signage will run messages daily offering a help line call and text number, while announcements will be made at key transit stations and will expand to cars and bus stations.

Rail| May 14, 2015

New Balance building own commuter rail station in Boston

The company is paying to build the station, which will cost between $14 million and $16 million, as well as for maintenance costs for at least the first decade after the station opens.

Mobility| December 30, 2014

Boston celebrates big year in transportation

New additions in 2014 included the introduction of several rideshare programs, such as Uber, as well as the car share-taxi hybrid Flywheel and Bridj — an Uber-like commuter bus service.

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