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February 2015 Issue

Will Federal Officials Fix the Trust Fund or Just Play Games?

Cliff Henke

What appears to be gaining traction at press time are ideas for “repatriation” of cash held by U.S.-based multinational corporations overseas to avoid U.S. taxes. This year’s proposal would fill the Highway Trust Fund with $70 billion.

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Will Federal Officials Fix the Trust Fund or Just Play Games?
Government Issues| February 24, 2015

Will Federal Officials Fix the Trust Fund or Just Play Games?

What appears to be gaining traction at press time are ideas for “repatriation” of cash held by U.S.-based multinational corporations overseas to avoid U.S. taxes. This year’s proposal would fill the Highway Trust Fund with $70 billion.

Management & Operations| February 24, 2015

Pub Perspective: A British Viewpoint

It is both an honor and a humbling experience to be taking the reins of this editorial page and, more broadly, METRO Magazine itself — which (in its many iterations) has been keeping the public transportation industry informed for more than 100 years.

Diverse Fleets, Skills and Services Help Brown Coach Stay Ahead
Motorcoach| February 24, 2015

Diverse Fleets, Skills and Services Help Brown Coach Stay Ahead

Brothers Robert and Stephen Brown have spun a nine-motorcoach operation, purchased in 1980, into a 49-vehicle fleet that provides charter, commuter and tour services, primarily in the northeastern U.S. and eastern Canadian provinces.

Louisville’s TARC Charges Toward the Future with Green Fleet Upgrades
Bus| February 24, 2015

Louisville’s TARC Charges Toward the Future with Green Fleet Upgrades

The agency, which celebrated its 40th year, marked the milestone with numerous changes, including the addition of 10 all-electric buses and 60 replacement buses, a new trip planner, and a new fare collection system set to launch this year.

How to Succeed in Implementing New Fare Technology
Management & Operations| February 24, 2015

How to Succeed in Implementing New Fare Technology

With a phased approach, agencies can make a smooth transition and also increase passenger convenience and flexibility, as well as boost ridership.

Political shifts, smaller vehicles are key trends at UMA Expo
Motorcoach| February 24, 2015

Political shifts, smaller vehicles are key trends at UMA Expo

The shifting congressional makeup, political action and an array of vehicles were the main focus at January’s United Motorcoach Association Expo in New Orleans.

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