Topic : Pittsburgh

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Uber terminates 100 self-driving car operators in Pittsburgh

Technology| July 13, 2018

The company plans to replace the jobs with about 55 “mission specialists,” who are trained in both on-road and more advanced test-track operations

Port Authority receives $100K grant to help CEO search

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

The firm conducting the search, Krauthamer & Associates of Maryland was hired in April.

Government Issues| May 31, 2017

Pittsburgh BRT to connect 30,000 people over 24 neighborhoods

Downtown Pittsburgh will link to Uptown, Oakland, Wilkinsburg via the East Busway, Squirrel Hill, and Highland Park.

Pittsburgh Port Authority board appoints interim CEO

David L. Donahoe will serve as interim CEO, effective June 1, while the Board conducts a national search for a permanent replacement.

Government Issues| February 23, 2017

Pittsburgh Mayor announces hire for new mobility and infrastructure dept.

The department will work with residents and external stakeholders on multi-agency projects; integrate technology into transportation initiatives; and further prepare the city for "shared mobility" options.

Management & Operations| September 6, 2016

Pittsburgh's Port Authority sees surplus due to drop in fuel costs

The authority, which has an annual budget of about $412 million, spent roughly $5.9 million less on fuel in 2016, compared with 2015.

Management & Operations| August 19, 2016

Uber partners with Volvo to develop autonomous cars

The base vehicles will be manufactured by Volvo Cars and then purchased from Volvo by Uber. The companies are contributing  a combined $300 million to the project.

Management & Operations| June 16, 2016

Port Authority unveils new wayfinding system

Developed by CHK America, the system will feature a mix of new signs, maps and digital screens to help people find transit locations and more easily reach their destinations.

Motorcoach| March 29, 2011

Megabus’ Pa. hub adds service to 9 cities

The intercity bus service will begin offering trips to Cleveland; Detroit; and Akron, Ohio, among others, from its Pittsburgh hub.
Rail| May 22, 2009

Pittsburgh taps Ansaldo STS

Contract involves the design and implementation of a system interlocking and wayside signal system for the new relay rooms at Allegheny Station and North Side Station, and modifications in the existing Gateway Station relay room and the Wood Street Station interlocking relay room.

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