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Wabtec, GE Transportation to merge

Rail| May 22, 2018

Union is expected to drive the advancement and implementation of technology solutions to improve safety, efficiency, and productivity for the transportation industry.

Reed named deputy CEO of The Rapid

Management & Operations| May 21, 2018

She has held positions in the public and private transportation, aviation and hospitality industries for nearly two decades.

Management & Operations| May 21, 2018

National Express Transit to operate Pa. operators' fixed route, paratransit

Furnishes WCTA drivers, mechanics, maintenance, and management services for the authority as part of the contract.

Motorcoach| May 21, 2018

Motorcoach sales steady, but down in Q1, ABA report finds

Sales from the participating manufacturers in the first quarter of 2018 were 622 units sold versus 734 sold in 2017.

Rail| May 21, 2018

L.A. Metro marks Regional Connector milestone

The rail line, which is now 50% complete, is expected to serve 88,000 riders daily.

Technology| May 21, 2018

NJ TRANSIT piloting new fare tech onboard trains

Crew members will use the devices to scan the barcodes on all paper and electronic tickets, including monthly passes.

Sustainability| May 21, 2018

Trillium opens 3rd public CNG location for PennDOT

The facility is the third of six new public CNG fueling stations company is designing, building, and maintaining Pa. systems.

Security and Safety | May 21, 2018

AI, analytics key to mobile-friendly apps that correct bad driving habits

MARTA is launching a study measuring the impact technology such as Predictive Coach can have on transit drivers.

Management & Operations| May 19, 2018

Palm Tran focuses on importance of its bus operators

Since the day-to-day tasks of bus operators are hard work, Palm Tran and county officials honored the drivers through “Bus Operator Appreciation Day” in April.

Government Issues| May 18, 2018

Failure to address public transit infrastructure resulting in lost revenues

Failing to address America’s $90 billion backlog of public transit modernization needs, also referred to as State of Good Repair, results in a loss of $340 billion in business revenue to the U.S. economy over a six-year period, according to an new APTA study.

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