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Congress launches bipartisan Congressional Bus Caucus

Bus| December 1, 2017

The Caucus seeks to highlight the benefits of investing in bus systems, the challenges accompanying aging bus fleets and facilities, and encourage innovation in a rapidly changing transportation climate.

TriMet Ready to Make Rider Enhancements a Reality

Management & Operations| November 28, 2017

The agency will use funds from a new statewide employee payroll tax to support two key priorities: a low-income fare program and bus service expansion.

Technology| October 4, 2017

Congress members propose $220M Smart Cities bill

In addition to government assistance and resources, the Smart Cities and Communities Act of 2017 also calls for structured federal coordination in the establishment of smart city programs, including improved reporting processes and a higher demonstration of the value of smart cities.

Bus| September 22, 2017

San Diego's MTS bus service gets $2M boost

The changes to approximately 60 bus routes were approved by the MTS Board of Directors at its meeting on Thursday.

Rail| September 20, 2017

Honolulu officials submit new light rail plan to FTA

The total project cost included in the new plan remains at $8.165 billion for capital costs exclusive of finance charges, with full revenue service scheduled for December 2025.

Bus| September 19, 2017

S.C.'s The COMET adds 31 new vehicles

The COMET has a total of 50 fixed-route vehicles and all but eight will have been replaced within the last three years.

Government Issues| September 18, 2017

San Antonio City Council approves $4.3M funding for VIA

Officials say recent events impacting local gasoline supplies helped shed light on the real need for efficient and attractive public transportation choices.

Rail| September 5, 2017

Lawmakers pass bill to fund Honolulu light rail funding gap

The proposal previously passed the Senate and now heads to Gov. David Ige, who said he expects to sign it after a review.

Security and Safety | August 30, 2017

Ohio first to attain FTA State Safety Oversight certification

If a state fails to meet the deadline, the FTA is prohibited by federal law from obligating any funds to public transportation agencies throughout that state until certification is achieved.

Rail| August 29, 2017

Honolulu light rail bill narrowly passes first state senate vote

The bill is projected to bring about $2.37 billion to help complete the 20-mile rail by extending the half-percent excise tax surcharge on Oahu for another three years, although the mayor of Honolulu would like it extended to five years.

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