Chicago Transit Authority veteran Carter returns to lead agency

Dorval Carter Jr., who will become the first African-American CTA president, most recently served as Acting Chief of Staff to USDOT Secretary Anthony Foxx. He replaces Forrest...

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Rural critics band together to stop Texas bullet train

The president of the recently formed Texans Against High-Speed Rail is leading a coalition of critics backing several bills that could kill, or at least hobble the Dallas-to-Houston high-speed rail system.

APTA lauds 'Stand Up' Campaign, Expects Short-Term Fed Funding Fix

FTA Acting Administrator Therese McMillan highlighted a few programs that have been created to help fill the needs of the industry, including the FTA’s Ladders of Opportunity initiative, which made available $100 million in grants for transit agencies to modernize and expand transit bus service specifically for the purpose of connecting disadvantaged and low-income individuals, veterans, seniors, youths, and others with local workforce training, employment centers, healthcare and other vital services.

Public transit GM Question of the Day: What is your succession plan?

As part of METRO's APTA 2015 Bus & Paratransit Conference Daily coverage, we asked some of the top public transit industry leaders in the nation to tell us about their agency's succession plan.

Auburn U. Tiger Transit drivers vote to unionize

The drivers have voted to unionize in attempt to get more affordable health care, higher wages and respect in the workplace, according to a report.

Public transit GM Question of the Day: What new change is impacting your agency?

As part of METRO's 2015 APTA Bus & Paratransit Conference Daily coverage, we asked some of the top public transit industry leaders in the nation to tell us about a change they recently made and how it has made an impact at their agency.

Jacksonville, Fla. extends CEO's contract

Since Nathaniel P. Ford Sr. became CEO in 2012, the organization has solidified its reputation as a leader in the transportation industry. Under Ford’s leadership, the management structure was reorganized and JTA launched major initiatives to take public transportation to the next level.

Drunk driver strikes NJ TRANSIT bus

The vehicle drove into the bus around 2 a.m., with the badly injured driver of the car trying to flee on foot before being arrested at a nearby gas station. The driver’s blood alcohol content was more than twice the legal limit, according to the report.

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