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Japanese rail line apologizes for train leaving early

Rail| November 16, 2017

In the statement, the company noted that it hadn't actually received any complaints regarding the incident.

MCI opens new S.F. Bay Area sales and service center

Motorcoach| November 16, 2017

The Hayward complex features the latest diagnostic equipment, nine service bays, a state-of-the-art parts inventory system, paint booth and OEM trained technicians.  

University| November 16, 2017

UCLA uses AI to improve curb safety

UCLA partnered with VIMOC Technologies to optimize curb space for efficiency and safety in the university's Gateway Plaza loop.

Sustainability| November 16, 2017

Calif. city adds Phoenix Motorcars' ZEUS 305 electric vehicle to fleet

On a daily basis it shuttles seniors to and from their medical appointments, in addition to their leisurely activities, such as shopping, aerobics classes, and luncheons.

Motorcoach| November 16, 2017

Seat belt usage by motorcoach drivers hits record levels

Since 2007, FMCSA, in collaboration with the NHTSA has conducted the Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers Survey six times. In each survey, safety belt usage by commercial drivers has been shown to be steadily increasing.

Sustainability| November 16, 2017

Clean Energy lands Dallas Fort Worth Airport RNG fueling contract

In addition to the fueling agreement, Clean Energy and DFW extended the current operations and maintenance agreement for the airport’s public natural gas fueling stations.

Motorcoach| November 16, 2017

ABA urges Congress to fund intercity bus security grant program

In the wake of Sept. 11, 2001, Congress recognized the need to address security risks threatening the surface transportation network, specifically identifying the intercity bus industry as a vital mode of transportation through establishment of the IBSGP in the Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007.

Rail| November 15, 2017

Feds find ignored safety procedures, fractured safety program led to Amtrak derailment

The train engineer saw equipment and people working on and near track 3 and initiated emergency braking that slowed the train from 106 mph to approximately 99 mph at the time of impact.

Technology| November 15, 2017

Partnership to build 'hyperloop-like' high-speed system in Denver

The Arrivo system will propel vehicles and cargo through an electro-magnetic superhighway using magnetic levitation and electric power.

Motorcoach| November 15, 2017

NTSB: Lack of oversight, sleep-deprived driver led to 2016 Calif. bus crash

A motorcoach operated by Fresno-based Autobuses Coordinados USA Inc., traveling from Los Angeles to Modesto on State Route 99, drifted out of its travel lanes, striking a barrier system and a highway signpost shortly after 3 a.m., Aug. 2, 2016, near Livingston, Calif.

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