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OC Streetcar releases RFP for 8 new vehicles

Rail| December 20, 2016

Interested firms can attend a pre-proposal conference on Jan. 10 and the deadline to submit a proposal is April 28, 2017. Construction of the OC Streetcar is scheduled to begin in 2018 with testing and operation expected to start in 2020.

Miami-Dade Transit adding 'smart' kiosks, digital ads

Management & Operations| December 20, 2016

Civiq negotiated a 15-year deal with Miami-Dade officials to install up to 300 of the kiosks at bus stops and Metrorail stations across the county.

Motorcoach| December 20, 2016

Houston's First Class Tours joins IMG network

Latest addition brings groups total network to 57 companies throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Motorcoach| December 20, 2016

Silverado Stages, Michelangelo Leasing announce merger

Michelangelo, with operating authorities in Ariz., Nevada and Calif., operates a fleet of some 200 vehicles from terminals in Torrance, Calif., San Diego, Las Vegas, Sedona, Ariz., and Phoenix.

Government Issues| December 20, 2016

U.S. DOT unveils progress of 7 cities' 'game-changing' projects

Goals of the "Ladders of Opportunity" pilot were to build and restore transportation connections, develop workforce capacity, and catalyze neighborhood revitalization in Atlanta; Baltimore; Baton Rouge, La.; Charlotte, N.C.; Indianapolis; Phoenix; and Richmond, Va.

University| December 19, 2016

U. Vermont staff, faculty slow to ditch solo commute trips

Surveys conducted between 2003 and 2016 show the number of student car commuters who drove alone fell to 25% from 75%, while staff and faculty drive-alone commutes dropped from 59% to 53%.

Management & Operations| December 19, 2016

Atlanta Streetcar launches new moovel-powered fare payment app

Riders can now buy weekly, monthly, and visitor passes with just a few taps on their mobile devices. During the 30-day beta testing period, users will receive one free upgrade for any fare purchase.

Security and Safety | December 19, 2016

New NJ Transit fatigue assessment program temporarily removes 11 workers

The effort by the transit agency comes on the heels of September’s accident, which killed one person standing on a platform and injured more than 100 others. It was later revealed the engineer in that crash suffered from sleep apnea, a fatigue-inducing disorder.

Management & Operations| December 19, 2016

Thomas Built makes $300K donation to local charity

Funds will be distributed through the United Way to local organizations in need.

Accessibility| December 19, 2016

N.Y. paratransit costs skyrocketing, lack of subway elevators cited: study

Access-A-Ride cost $85.2 million and carried 1.7 million rides in 2000, increasing to an estimated $506 million this year for more than 6.3 million trips.

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