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

Security and Safety | September 14, 2017

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

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

Motorcoach| September 14, 2017

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.

Bus| September 14, 2017

Proterra secures 3-year lease program with NY MTA

The lease program aims to evaluate the combined economic, environmental and performance benefits of deploying an all-electric bus fleet.

Bus| September 14, 2017

Innovation, clean fleets honored at BusCon 2017

METRO Magazine honored bus operations and their supplier partners for initiatives that helped them improve training, save money, run more efficiently, streamline operations, or improve safety, while PERC honored three operators for championing propane autogas.

Technology| September 13, 2017

Seon unveils new video surveillance system

The NX16 is a video surveillance system that supports both standard- and high-definition cameras with streaming and downloading features, as well as a dual hard drive failsafe to protect data during power loss.

Management & Operations| September 13, 2017

How implementing biophilic architecture can soothe transit riders

By incorporating simple biophilic principles into station and facility design, cities, and transit agencies can foster stronger connections to nature that improve our overall wellbeing as individuals and as a community.

Rail| September 13, 2017

QLINE aims to popularize streetcars in Detroit

The $144 million QLINE, built as a local catalyst project, began rolling May 12, 2017 on a 3.3-mile segment of Woodward Avenue.

Technology| September 12, 2017

March Networks announces compact IP recorders

The recorders provide transportation agencies with sharp megapixel video evidence, automated wireless downloading, Power over Ethernet, and search and investigation capabilities.

Rail| September 12, 2017

FRA clears hurdle for improving freight, passenger rail between D.C., Va.

The action moves the project one step closer to the construction phase of the Southeast Corridor, which will improve freight and rail traffic south of the nation’s capital. 

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