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9 Tips for Planning Your Bus Charging Infrastructure

Sustainability| May 8, 2018

While adding a few charging stations to support pilot projects is relatively straight forward, transit agencies will need to consider several factors when planning to implement infrastructure that can support hundreds of electric buses, or more.

DOT's new BUILD program makes $1.5B in funding available

Government Issues| April 23, 2018

Will replace the pre-existing Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant program.

Government Issues| April 11, 2018

Feds sign MOU to follow framework for infrastructure enviro, permitting

Under the MOU, the agencies committed their departments to following the President’s “One Federal Decision” with a goal to complete the entire process within two years.

Rail| April 3, 2018

N.Y.'s NFTA to receive extra $9M in state funding for rail system improvements

Assemblyman Sean M. Ryan, who credited other local delegation members with helping bring home the Metro Rail funds, has called for a five-year, $100 million capital plan to address the system’s needs.

Sustainability| March 20, 2018

As Tech Matures, Transit Agency Usage of Electric Buses Evolves

With many early pioneers now moving to larger implementation, advances are making it more possible for the vehicles to be used in a variety of service applications, although how to install the infrastructure necessary for large-scale operations is a task that needs to mastered.

Government Issues| March 19, 2018

APTA, industry leaders oppose Administration's deep cuts to public transit

The Administration offered cuts to crucial programs that fund public transit infrastructure to pay for their proposed infrastructure plan.

Government Issues| February 14, 2018

Transportation industry responds to President's infrastructure plan

ITS America announced the formation of its Smart Infrastructure Task Force to address how technology and innovation can be incentivized.

Rail| February 6, 2018

Chicago Transit launches program to speed 'L' train commutes

The $179 million investment is being funded through a small increase in fees charged to app-based ride-hailing companies operating in Chicago.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2017

WSP USA names new sr. supervising engineer

In his new position, Benjamin Rodenbough will manage a variety of civil engineering projects involving transit and other transportation infrastructure.

Sustainability| October 9, 2017

Key considerations for electric bus fleet infrastructure

Air pollution in major cities from Los Angeles to New York, caused in part by fossil fuel-burning vehicles, is a growing issue of concern that many transit agencies and municipalities simply cannot ignore.

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