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MBTA trolley driver fired for using cellphone during 2017 crash

Security and Safety | February 8, 2018

In an MBTA Transit Police affidavit filed in Dorchester District Court, investigators said the driver told authorities he reached into his backpack to “take a quick peek” at his phone shortly before the Dec. 29 crash.

Capital Metro selects new President/CEO

Management & Operations| January 12, 2018

Randy Clarke has served as the VP, operations and member services, at the American Public Transportation Association since April 2016.

Management & Operations| December 26, 2017

Mobility-On-Demand: The Future of Transportation

Embracing public-private partnerships can help cities and transit agencies lower operational cost while connecting underserved communities.

Rail| December 21, 2017

MBTA lands $100M in fed grant funding for Green Line light rail extension

The grant represents the first installment of CIG Program funding for the GLX after the FTA signed a FFGA with MBTA for the 4.7-mile light rail line from Cambridge to Medford.

Bus| December 7, 2017

4 Greater Boston communities to pilot BRT in 2018

The pilots will include a combination of dedicated bus-only lanes that take bus riders out of car congestion, technology to time traffic signals so that buses get more green lights, and platforms that allow riders to “level-board” the bus quickly as they would a subway.

Management & Operations| December 6, 2017

MBTA approves plan to build apartments, commercial space on top of rail station

The project would occur in three phases. The first would include relocation of the T’s bus services to the Burgin Parkway side of the station. Then, about 300 apartments would be built on what is now the bus loop, access road, and parking lot in front of the station.

Technology| November 22, 2017

MBTA taps Cubic-John Laing consortium for next-gen fare collection system

Known as AFC 2.0, the new system has a total program value, for capital and operating costs, of approximately $723 million, which includes operating costs through 2031.

Management & Operations| November 6, 2017

Keolis leads MBTA station cleanup

The Keolis We Care Ambassador Program aims to encourage local Boston organizations to take part in transit beautification and cleanup efforts.

Rail| October 19, 2017

CRRC announces ship date for MBTA pilot cars

The company is the first Chinese railcar builder to enter into the U.S. rail car manufacturing market.

Management & Operations| October 11, 2017

Prince receives Hall of Fame distinction

Robert Prince is currently retired from AECOM where he served as VP, transit business development director. He continues work with Gannon Consult. In his past role as Chairman of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials, Prince continues to give back to the industry.

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