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Coach Atlantic orders 2 2019 MCI J4500s

Motorcoach| February 8, 2018

The agreement follows the Prince Edward Island-based charter operator’s order last year for 13 J4500s signed at UMA Expo in 2017.

EXCLUSIVE: The rollout of contactless ticketing in Europe

Technology| February 8, 2018

One of the basics in any transport system is ticketing. Efficiently collecting payment remains at the core of the role of most operators.

Technology| February 7, 2018

RIPTA partners with INIT for electronic fare management project

Once implemented, RIPTA passengers will be able to pay fares by simply tapping their card or mobile device on a validator.

Government Issues| February 7, 2018

Trump budget reportedly cuts $150M in WMATA funding

Federal officials argue the decade-long program in the 2008 Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act expired with the fiscal year that began in July 2017, even though that interpretation leaves WMATA with $150 million less than pledged under the bill.

Sustainability| February 7, 2018

Alstom awarded for hydrogen fuel-cell train

Features include clean energy conversion, flexible energy storage in batteries, and smart management of traction power and available energy.

Technology| February 7, 2018

Caltrain, moovel North America team for mobile fare payment app

Caltrain Mobile can run on iOS and Android operating systems and will accept major credit and debit cards.

Rail| February 7, 2018

Munich releases $6.8B plan to expand metro, tram systems

The centerpiece of the 25-mile expansion plan is a new north-south metro line through the city center.

Security and Safety | February 7, 2018

Severe obstructive sleep apnea to blame for NJ Transit, LIRR train crashes

The NTSB also determined that these safety issues were not unique to these two properties, but exist throughout the country at many intercity passenger and commuter passenger train terminals.

Rail| February 6, 2018

NJ Transit's head of rail to leave agency

Robert Lavell has headed rail operations since 2014.

Management & Operations| February 6, 2018

L.A. is world's most gridlocked city, new report says

L.A. drivers spent 102 peak hours in congestion in 2017, followed by Moscow (91 hours), New York (91 hours), San Francisco (79 hours) and Bogota (75 hours).

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