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Bus driver app provides safe, accessible vehicle route info

Technology| September 15, 2017

SmartBusRoute provides real-time routing and navigation while avoiding low bridges and roads that are inaccessible for buses.

ABA voices support for equitable airport access

Government Issues| September 15, 2017

In a joint letter with the National Limousine Association; Near Airport Parking Industry Trade Assoc.; and the Taxicab, Limousine, Paratransit Assoc., the American Bus Assoc. urged Senate chairmen and ranking members to provide an even playing field with motorcoach access to airports.

Rail| September 14, 2017

Amtrak campaign touts benefits of train over air, car travel

The marketing campaign, "Break the Travel Quo," showcases clever videos that depict some of the most prevalent pain points of modern day travel.

Sustainability| September 14, 2017

Roadmap positions midwest as possible leader in hydrogen transportation, job creation

The roadmap is collaboration between SARTA, RHFCC, and CALSTART, an organization dedicated to clean and efficient transportation solutions, and was commissioned to support future funding proposals for regional vehicle deployment.

Management & Operations| September 14, 2017

Transportation options could lure Amazon to Denver, report says

The New York Times recently published an analysis of roughly fifty American metro areas and used guidance that Amazon included in its request for proposals to narrow down the field.

Sustainability| September 14, 2017

Lightning Systems, New Eagle debut electric systems for Ford Transit, more

Depending on battery option and drive cycle, LightningElectric will have an electric range of up to 125 miles, and a payload capacity of up to 3,500 pounds. Ford Motor Co.’s vehicle warranty covers vehicles with the LightningElectric upfit, and Ford Motor Credit financing is available.

Rail| September 14, 2017

Metra on-time performance hits 96% in August

In August, 731 of 18,296 trains were tardy by six minutes or more. The most common causes for delays were related to signal/switch failure, increased passenger loadings, and track construction.

Security and Safety | September 14, 2017

Fla. transit, motorcoach operators back to full service after Hurricane Irma

The hurricane caused massive power outages, flooding, and blocked rail lines and roads across Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas.

Motorcoach| September 14, 2017

Quarter 2 coach sales down slightly, according to ABA Foundation numbers

The decline in sales for the second quarter were offset by the continued strength of sales of the new 45-foot motorcoaches, which saw a 2% increase over the same period in 2016.

Technology| September 14, 2017

Transit Bus Technical Advisors launches new website

The company team specializes in assisting transit agencies, bus manufacturers, and fellow consultants with technical expertise regarding diesel, CNG, hybrid-electric, fuel-cell, and all-electric heavy-duty buses in an advisory role.

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