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Fla. House pulls high-speed rail safety bill

Rail| March 29, 2017

The bill, which would require high-speed rail companies to install PTC and pay for fencing along section of its tracks where pedestrians could be at risk, was set to be taken up by the state Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee but was “temporarily postponed.”

LIRR project draws 700+ women, minority, vet-owned co.'s to forum

Management & Operations| March 29, 2017

The project would require many different types of businesses from across different market sectors to participate, including construction and landscaping; and architecture and engineering.

Management & Operations| March 29, 2017

SEPTA's $727M budget proposes Key card, railcar funding

If approved, the capital budget for FY 2018 would be an almost $180 million increase over the previous year.

Management & Operations| March 29, 2017

Md. lawmakers scrap farebox recovery mandate

Supporters say the “farebox recovery ratio” mandate, in place since at least the 1990s, discouraged the state from investing in transit systems to make them more appealing and, in turn, increase revenues.

Management & Operations| March 28, 2017

The most and least affordable cities for public transit

In the wake of the increase in New York, where a monthly unlimited pass now costs $121, a new analysis shows the affordability of more than 70 transit systems across the U.S.

Government Issues| March 28, 2017

Strong local leadership key to successful transportation systems

A new handbook draws on examples from over thirty cities and outlines nearly two dozen policies and strategies that mayors and transportation agency leaders can use to improve urban transportation.

Management & Operations| March 28, 2017

MBTA had nation’s highest bus maintenance costs in 2015, study finds

The agency had the highest vehicle maintenance costs per hour of bus operations among the 25 largest U.S. public transit agencies in 2015.

Rail| March 28, 2017

Bombardier to deliver 27 light rail vehicles to Kuala Lumpur

The order from Prasarana Malaysia Berhad is valued at approximately $388 million, with Bombardier's share valued at approximately $266 million.

Government Issues| March 28, 2017

68% of Nashvillians back paying higher taxes for improved public transit

The numbers, outlined in a new Vanderbilt University poll, could help boost the cause of Middle Tennessee transit advocates who are seeking action from the state legislature to allow local governments to hold referendums on funding transit projects.

Bus| March 28, 2017

Vicinity buses to be manufactured in Atlanta

Alliance Bus Group, Grande West's exclusive U.S. distributor, will produce Buy America-compliant Vicinity buses for sale to U.S. transit authorities.

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