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[Exclusive] Rotterdam's 'Mobility Story' includes Mix of Transport Modes

Management & Operations| January 3, 2017

There is much more to the Dutch vision of transport than the somewhat shocking prevalence of bicycles being used by all types of people throughout the city.

NY MTA CEO Prendergast to step down this month

Management & Operations| January 3, 2017

He oversaw the Second Avenue Subway development since Governor Cuomo appointed him as chairman in 2013.

Government Issues| January 3, 2017

Energy exec. Klepper to lead new Build America Bureau

The newly created entity within the U.S. DOT streamlines access to federal credit and grant opportunities while providing technical assistance to project planning, financing, delivery, and monitoring.

Rail| January 3, 2017

Bombardier signs framework agreement for up to 300 Austrian trains

The total amount of the framework contract is valued at a list price of approximately $1.9 billion and it gives ÖBB the opportunity to make several call-offs for trainsets used for regional and suburban rail transport.

Management & Operations| January 3, 2017

TriMet names new executive director for transportation division

Patrick Preusser brings 19 years of railway experience working in both public- and private-sector operations, including freight, commuter, passenger, and transit, all with a dedication to advancing safety and operations.

Sustainability| January 3, 2017

Proterra secures $140M in funding for expansion, product development

With the new capital, Proterra will dramatically accelerate production capacity on both coasts, while continuing to develop its next generation of heavy-duty electric vehicle products.

Management & Operations| January 3, 2017

National study to explore impacts of private transit services

Focus will include ride-splitting services, on-demand carpooling apps and more traditional private modes such as employer shuttles.

Management & Operations| December 29, 2016

Aerial gondola system proposed for Albany, N.Y.

The plan for the city is just one of several aerial cable projects being pitched in cities from Austin, Texas, to Washington, D.C., to solve public transportation problems by going above the existing maze of congested highways, bridges, and rails.

Bus| December 29, 2016

San Francisco, Reno, Nev. BRT projects land federal grants

The CIG Program is the nation’s primary grant program for funding major transit capital investments. Projects accepted into the program must go through a multi-year, multi-step process.

Motorcoach| December 29, 2016

UMA begins search for new President/CEO

The Executive Committee of the Board has engaged the services of Steve Klika, former president of the International Motor Coach Group, to manage the national search process.

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