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Rail vet picked to join Metrolinx as CEO

Management & Operations| August 25, 2017

Over the last 12 years, Phil Verster has overseen operations and major construction of some of the most complex and customer intensive rail services in England, Scotland, and Ireland.

French Republic appoints new RATP president/chief executive

Management & Operations| August 24, 2017

More recently, Catherine Guillouard joined Rexel as CFO in 2013 before becoming its deputy CEO in 2014.

Shuttle| August 24, 2017

Keolis' Australian unit to pilot two on-demand passenger services

This is the first trial of on-demand transport in the state of NSW, and will allow passengers to book transport from or near their home to a local transport hub or landmark.

Bus| August 24, 2017

UK Prime Minister visits Alexander Dennis to laud Mexico City order

The order from Metrobús has been ADL’s biggest single deal from a single customer in a brand new market.

Rail| August 24, 2017

Greater Cleveland RTA unveils new Brookpark Station

The $16.5 million project began in 2015 and involved a complex new structure, including a new tunnel under the existing RTA and freight railroad tracks that connects the east and west entrances.

Management & Operations| August 24, 2017

GreenPower unveils production plans, Calif. facility update

The electric bus builder is slated to start construction on the manufacturing facility in October 2017.

Rail| August 23, 2017

Feds intend to greenlight funding for Md.'s Purple Line

The 16-mile light-rail line, which will run through Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, will connect to Metrorail lines, MARC, Amtrak, and local bus services.

Management & Operations| August 23, 2017

RATP Dev appoints senior VP of operations for western region bus div.

Robert Smith will oversee current operations in the western region, and will help expand new business into other states in bus, metro, and light rail operations.

Management & Operations| August 23, 2017

Gov. Baker defends MBTA GM pick despite lawsuit

The chair of the state's Democratic party has called on Baker to "rescind the hiring of Ramirez."

Management & Operations| August 23, 2017

INIT adds open payments system to Portland-Vancouver fare system

The plan offers riders greater social equity, and provides more cost-effective transport options for travel throughout the Portland-Vancouver Metropolitan Area.

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