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Nobody injured after NJ Transit light railcar catches fire

Security and Safety | January 11, 2017

The train was removed from the tracks within two hours of the fire, but the mishap caused residual delays of 30 minutes for northbound trains and an hour southbound.

Report focuses on economic growth spurred through ARRA investment

Management & Operations| January 11, 2017

The new report reviews the metrics for success for that funding in all sectors of the nation’s transportation systems as well as the long-term impact those dollars made on improving the lives of Americans across the country.

Rail| January 11, 2017

SNCF taps Alstom-Bombardier consortium for next-generation trains

Will design and supply the new generation of two-tier equipment for lines D and E of the Île-de-France network, which is operated by SNCF Transilien. The first firm part of the order comprises the delivery of 71 trains.

Rail| January 11, 2017

Tokyo considers drastic measures to fix extreme subway crowding

The average capacity at peak service times came to 164% in 2015, which has been steady for around 15 years, according to officials.

Rail| January 11, 2017

LAN to conduct Dallas high-speed rail station planning study

Currently, three HSR corridors that would connect major urban areas of the state are under various stages of development. The corridors include the Dallas to Fort Worth HSR, Dallas to Houston HSR, and Texas-Oklahoma Passenger Rail Study.

Bus| January 10, 2017

Transdev to continue operations of BJC Healthcare shuttle

The company recently completed a transition of 50% of the fleet to new vehicles when increased demand fueled service expansion in 2014.

Management & Operations| January 10, 2017

Ford's Chariot ridesharing service expanding to 6 more cities

The service crowdsources its routes based on rider demand, and it’s working to use data algorithms to map the most efficient routes, helping commuters who aren’t well-served by current public bus routes and local trains.

Management & Operations| January 10, 2017

UK hit by rash of transportation labor strikes

The strikes began on Sunday, when workers with the London Underground staged a 24-hour strike by closing subway stations in the central parts of the capital.

Management & Operations| January 10, 2017

D.C. Metro wants to shrink workforce, spend more on contractors

Agency to spend $64.6 million on contractors in the fiscal year beginning in July, which is $17.2 million more than the budget for the current fiscal year.

Rail| January 10, 2017

Denver RTD taps Protran for enhanced rail worker safety

Installations are expected to begin in early 2017 and be completed during the second half of the year. Terms of the order were not disclosed.

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