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Walker to manage Texoma Area paratransit

Management & Operations| April 10, 2017

This service links passengers living in a six-county geographical region wider than the state of Connecticut to places of employment, family visits, retail trips and critical medical services.

Rising cost of Minn. paratransit could threaten other transit services

Accessibility| April 10, 2017

The Metropolitan Council, which operates the service, expects the number of rides will climb to 2.9 million by 2020, about double what it was in 2010.

University| April 10, 2017

Sacramento State's Transportation and Parking Services approves ZimRide

The app would allow students to connect with their peers to find a ride to campus.

Management & Operations| April 10, 2017

San Francisco MTA bans political ads

Agency officials said input was sought and received from community groups while drafting the policy, which was adopted by a unanimous vote and without discussion and goes into effect immediately.

Government Issues| April 10, 2017

Sen. Schumer calls on Congress to work together on $1T infrastructure bill

Speaking at a news conference in front of Penn Station, Schumer’s push for lawmakers to act in a bipartisan fashion comes after two train derailments in the past two weeks that caused massive delays for commuters.

Bus| April 10, 2017

ARBOC releases Ford Spirit of Independence model

The vehicle features a 96-inch width and a flat floor design that allows stress-free maneuverability for up to fifteen ambulatory and five wheelchair passengers, according to the company.

Management & Operations| April 10, 2017

Chicago Transit Authority expanding digital ad display program

In addition to adding new screens, 159 of the CTA’s existing 283 digital advertising displays will be upgraded.

Rail| April 7, 2017

Amtrak, LIRR, NJ Transit resume full rail service into Penn Station

On Monday, NJ Transit Northeast Corridor Train 3926 had a slow-speed derailment while pulling into track 9 at Penn Station at about 9 a.m. New Jersey Transit described it as a "minor derailment."

Management & Operations| April 6, 2017

Hill International wins ASCE award for LA Metro Gold Line project

Was the program manager for the first segment of the overall $2.15 billion Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, an 11.5-mile project that extended the Gold Line from Pasadena to Azusa, and currently serves as the program manager of the next segment

Rail| April 6, 2017

High-speed rail to Las Vegas breaks ground in 2017

The $8 billion-dollar project was initially scheduled to begin construction in 2016.

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