VTA's mobile ticketing app, EventTIK, enabled Super Bowl goers to purchase their fare in advance to make riding public transit easy and convenient.
Randy Hendrickson, a transportation professional with more than 20 years of experience, will serve as First Transit’s GM for the METROLift paratransit services.
Electrification of the system is part of Caltrain's Modernization Program — the most transformative project in the rail system’s 150-year history.
The agency is looking into alternatives to MetroAccess because of the cost of the service and the fact that the number of people who need continues to grow.
The 62 callboxes allow direct, real-time communication between driver and maintenance personnel, therefore streamlining the morning and afternoon “pullout.”
Proposal calls for a $10-per-barrel fee on oil production to fund public transit annually, with another $10 billion going toward new federal funding streams for cities and states that cut carbon emissions from their transportation sectors
The announcement comes after officials voted in favor of hiring a private company to provide paratransit service last November.
The project generates important economic benefits for Québec: more than 150 Canadian suppliers, including over a hundred long-standing Québec companies, participate in the project, whose Canadian content exceeds 60%.
The BIG Innovation Awards recognize organizations and people that bring new ideas to life and the program’s selection of Assurance 360 reaffirms SmartDrive’s commitment continually seeking ways to deliver actionable insights across safety, operations and maintenance that materially improve fleet efficiency.
Average weekday ridership on all three MARC lines is roughly 37,500 riders. The MARC III bi-level commuter railcars have been in service nearly 17 years.
Operations have equipped 38 buses with the Mobileye Shield+ System, which combines multiple smart vision sensors manufactured by Mobileye with a driver interface manufactured by Rosco Vision Systems.
The i6 models on display this week at UMA Expo in Atlanta are available in a height of either 12.23 or 12.89 ft. and have been fully developed to the needs of North American operators, complying with all U.S. DOT requirements and manufactured entirely in the European Union.
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