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Mass. BRT pilot combines design, art to launch improved experience

Bus| October 16, 2018

Featuring the work of five local artists along the corridor, the pilot aims to bring more efficient and reliable service.

The Rapid adding 16 New Flyer articulated buses

Bus| October 16, 2018

The buses will support Grand Rapids’ second new BRT line, with funding provided by the FTA and the Michigan DOT.

Government Issues| October 10, 2018

U.S. DOT provides $63B-plus for transportation improvements in 2018

Has released Notices of Funding Opportunity for nearly 90% of the funding from FY 2018 to solicit applications.

Bus| September 28, 2018

Wash.'s Community Transit adding New Flyer artics

The buses will replace older buses that have reached service lifespan and are a part of a $12 million investment in service changes that will introduce BRT in 2019.

Technology| September 14, 2018

BYD delivers first 60-foot all-electric bus to IndyGo

The bus will serve IndyGo’s Red Line, a 13.1-mile BRT route that runs between Broad Ripple on the north side of the city and the University of Indianapolis on the south side.

Bus| September 10, 2018

Calif.'s MST wraps its first five-year plan with the Monterey Jazz Festival

In celebration of the festival’s recent 60th Anniversary, MST revamped the exhibits to showcase a new generation of performers from the most recent festivals.

Bus| August 31, 2018

ABQ Ride lands $75M FTA grant agreement for BRT project

It will serve the University of New Mexico, regional medical facilities, entertainment, shopping, and recreational destinations.

Government Issues| August 22, 2018

17 public transit projects still awaiting $1.4B from Feds

Authorities in these cities have been counting on federal dollars to move ahead with planning and construction.

Management & Operations| July 30, 2018

L.A. Metro approves plan to improve Orange Line safety, capacity

The project is slated for groundbreaking in 2019 and opening in 2025.

Management & Operations| July 27, 2018

New York MTA advancing plan to bring BRT to Staten Island

The system will provide faster travel along Staten Island’s North Shore to and from the St. George Ferry Terminal for more than 12,000 people.

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