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FRA issues Final Rule for high-speed rail operations

Government Issues| November 26, 2018

The rule paves the way for U.S. high-speed passenger trains to safely travel as fast as 220 miles per hour.

First Transit names new regional VP of operations

Management & Operations| November 14, 2018

Jay Jeter has more than 18 years of transportation experience in areas such as operations, finance, legal, labor negotiations, and customer engagement and leadership.

Accessibility| October 4, 2018

First Transit operating TransLink's HandyDART service

The company currently operates the majority of HandyDART service in B.C. outside of Metro Vancouver on behalf of BC Transit, including Victoria, Kelowna, and Kamloops.

Management & Operations| September 5, 2018

DCTA board names new president

Raymond Suarez has served as DCTA’s COO since July 2014.

Motorcoach| August 17, 2018

Ill.'s Cavallo Bus Lines reportedly ceases operations

The company opened for business in 1942 by transporting workers to a World War II munitions factory.

Management & Operations| July 24, 2018

RATP Dev USA names new COO

As part of his new position, Russ Tieskoetter will be leading the company's daily operations and overseeing the staff.

Rail| June 13, 2018

HART lands $2.7M grant for TECO streetcar

Will support extending streetcar service hours, increase frequency, and provide free rides to customers for the next three years.

Bus| May 14, 2018

Last chance to apply for METRO's 2018 Innovative Solutions Awards

Applications can be submitted either by the operation or the solutions provider and will be judged by our BusCon Advisory Board, with winners recognized at BusCon’s Award Breakfast on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

Management & Operations| February 26, 2018

Greater Seattle area leads nation in transit ridership growth

Transit ridership on Sound Transit Link light rail, Metro bus service, and ST Express bus service operated by Metro fueled the growth.

Management & Operations| December 14, 2017

Chicago Transit approves 2018 budget, includes first fare increase in 9 years

The Chicago Transit Board also approved a $2.7 billion five-year capital budget for 2018-2022, continuing more than $8 billion of historic transit investment completed, begun or announced by Mayor Rahm Emanuel since 2011.

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