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Alstom to design French high-speed rail traffic management tool

Rail| July 12, 2017

Initially, the tool will be deployed on the railway lines connecting Paris, Lyon, and Marseille, with commissioning planned for 2019.

Buy America rules raising costs for U.S. transit systems, study says

Government Issues| July 11, 2017

President Trump has repeatedly promised that his policies would require companies to buy and hire American.

Government Issues| July 11, 2017

Oregon House approves $5.3B transportation funding package

The package would fund alternative transportation by instituting a payroll tax of one-tenth of a percent of wages. In 2018, officials expect to raise $103 million for public transit in metro areas and rural communities.

Management & Operations| July 11, 2017

WMATA looking for ways to boost ad revenues

The most controversial of the revenue-generating ideas is expected to be the sale of station naming rights, which is currently forbidden by board policy. The board was firmly against the idea of selling naming rights in 2012.

Motorcoach| July 11, 2017

FMCSA announces electronic logging device implementation tour

In several cities across the country, FMCSA subject matter experts will lead driver-focused presentations and panel discussions on ELD implementation.

Technology| July 11, 2017

RideKC introduces new mobile app

Now customers can pay their fare, plan a trip, and track their bus or streetcar, all in one easy-to-use app.

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

Sears to manage Northwest Pacific Region at WSP USA

Sears is responsible for oversight of the firm’s operations in Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and the South Pacific.

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

Port Authority receives $100K grant to help CEO search

The firm conducting the search, Krauthamer & Associates of Maryland was hired in April.

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

Sacramento RT lands grant to upgrade fare collection, signage

Many of the system’s existing fare vending machines are more than 15 years old and only accept cash and coin. The new machines will allow passengers to pay with credit, debit, and Connect Card — the region’s new transit smart card.

Rail| July 10, 2017

'Summer of Hell' begins as Amtrak begins Penn Station track work

The “hell” is expected to last for two months, with track repair work expected to be completed by Sept. 1.

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