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Keolis awarded Shanghai airport rapid transit system contract

Rail| October 25, 2017

The new line is expected to open in June 2019 and will connect two existing terminals (T1 and T2) to two new terminals (S1 and S2).

Transdev appoints Weber COO of rail maintenance division

Rail| October 23, 2017

Weber most recently served as VP of supply/fleet/fuel management for Canadian National Railway.

Management & Operations| October 23, 2017

Seattle Union Station's 'Great Hall' honors former Sound Transit CEO

Past and current Board members joined agency staff this week to honor former Sound Transit CEO Joni Earl by naming the Great Hall of the agency’s historic Union Station headquarters the Joni Earl Great Hall.

University| October 23, 2017

U. of Mich. shuttle expands to daily service

Bus stops will include the Central Campus Transit Center in Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Detroit Center, and for the first time, University of Michigan-Dearborn.

Motorcoach| October 23, 2017

N.B.-based tour and charter co. takes delivery of 1st new MCI J4500

The Sussex, N.B.-based Optimum Ride began with a single MCI 1972 MC-5B purchased in 2000. Today, the company’s operations serve the growing tourist destinations in the Canadian Maritimes.

Government Issues| October 23, 2017

LYNX unveils NeighborLink mobile app

NeighborLink is a flex-service aimed to make public transportation more accessible for residents living in less-populated areas.

Technology| October 23, 2017

Uber to test flying vehicle network in Dallas, Fort Worth

Dubbed the "Uber Elevate Network," the ride-sharing company is slated to demonstrate how a network of flying, hailed vehicles would work in three years.

Accessibility| October 23, 2017

NFTA, U. of Buffalo study challenges faced by riders with disabilities

“It’s our hope that our research findings will guide standards that will make buses more accessible to all,” says UB prof. Victor Paquet.

Rail| October 23, 2017

NY rail systems begin using work trains to clear 'slimy leaf debris'

A specialized Metro-North work train sprays water at high pressure, and specially equipped highway/rail trucks use rail scrubbers to remove crushed leaf residue from the tracks.

University| October 23, 2017

American spending on transportation drops by 11.3% since 1989

While transportation costs accounted for the second-largest household budget category behind housing expenses in both 1989 and 2016, transportation expenditures relative to housing costs declined from 61.6% in 1989 to 47.9% last year.

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