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How to Maintain a State of Good Repair by Leveraging Asset Management Tools

Management & Operations| November 30, 2017

Agencies are turning to versatile asset management platforms to help streamline their processes and meet requirements, which can both help create peace of mind that the agency is in compliance with federal regulations, as well as launch further proactive efforts.

Talgo readies overhaul work of L.A. Metro railcars

Rail| July 14, 2017

Metro awarded a contract to Talgo to improve the performance of the Metro Red Line A650 HRVs by replacing and/or overhauling critical vehicle systems and subsystems.

Rail| May 1, 2017

Amtrak CEO tells state lawmakers Penn Station repairs to cause more delays

Officials plan to meet with LIRR and NJ TRANSIT officials next week with the hope of publishing a plan for track closures by the second week in May so that commuters can plan ahead, as part of its 14-month track renewal project plan.

Government Issues| March 7, 2017

Boston transportation plan touts 58 projects to improve mobility

Plan includes policies for restructured bus routes, autonomous vehicles and development of 'microhubs' with access to bike- and carshare options.

Security and Safety | February 21, 2017

Commuter rail continues to make progress on PTC, according to APTA

Since APTA's last quarterly report, the Federal Transit Administration has updated the SOGR for the public transit industry which has increased to $90 billion.

Rail| December 16, 2016

Plans to improve Northeast Corridor service unveiled

Recommendation's include adding new tracks to increase the Northeast Corridor to four tracks in most locations, which would allow for more frequent and faster service.

Rail| November 23, 2016

Anatomy of a Rail System Shutdown, Reconstruction

In order for scheduled repairs to take place when subway ridership was at its lowest all year, the Maryland Transit Administration undertook an unprecedented plan to shut down the central core of the 33-year-old subway system for 21 days.

Rail| November 17, 2016

Commuter rail making significant progress on PTC, study finds

Implementation is expected to cost the commuter rail industry more than $3.5 billion in capital expenditure, which includes over $16 million in spectrum acquisition, as well as $100 million annually in additional maintenance costs.

Bus| September 27, 2016

BusCon '16 features more than 80 buses, debuts maintenance forum

This year's event definitely had something for everyone, including the most buses on one North American show floor, a closer look at issues set to impact transit maintenance professionals, an up-to-date look at electric buses and a the BusCon Connect hosted buyers program. 

Bus| August 25, 2016

FTA confirmed to speak on new bus testing rule, more at BusCon 2016

A Transit Maintenance Forum pass is $98 and includes the forum as well as access to BusCon’s full educational program, the exhibit hall full of buses, networking event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum and much more.

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