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Cubic to provide expanded NextBus system for U. of Maryland

University| February 2, 2017

Under the contract extension, Cubic will greatly enhance UMD’s smart bus offering by providing university transit staff with features such as automatic passenger counting, automatic voice annunciation, and “turn-by-turn” directions.

Alstom signs 2-year extension with SFMTA for inventory control

Rail| February 2, 2017

The fleet is composed of 151 light rail vehicles, 26 historic streetcars and 40 cable cars, and require a continuous supply of spare parts and inventory from a variety of vendors.

Sustainability| February 2, 2017

Calif. agency introduces first electric Gillig bus using BAE technology

The Central Contra Costa Transit Authority's four all-electric buses were secured through funding from a Federal Transit Administration 2012 Clean Fuels grant as well as local matching funds.

Rail| February 1, 2017

Amtrak to take over train line between Indy, Chicago

Iowa Pacific has operated the Hoosier State train since July 2015.

Government Issues| February 1, 2017

Boulder, Colo. biz leaders pitch aerial gondola to link downtown

The idea was originally floated in 2009 by University of Colorado officials.

Rail| February 1, 2017

Va. Beach likely to have to repay $20M intended for light rail extension

In November, voters roundly rejected light rail in an advisory referendum, so the city must decide what to do with the old 10.6-mile Norfolk Southern right-of-way, which was purchased in 2010 for the project and included a $20 million investment from the state.

Management & Operations| February 1, 2017

L.A. Metro launches redesigned website, improved trip planner

More than 65% of customers access from a mobile device, so the website has been re-engineered to ensure trip planning requires fewer clicks while remaining readable on a small screen.

Management & Operations| February 1, 2017

Gov. Cuomo touts rapid ridership growth on new Second Ave subway

The ridership includes customers entering and leaving 72nd Street, 86th Street, and 96th Street, and the new entrance at 3rd Ave and 63rd Street as well as customers transferring from the F Subway line to Q Subway line at 63rd Street.

Management & Operations| February 1, 2017

Irick named acting president of New York City Transit

He views the delivery of services as a business model and has overseen improvements such as Select Bus Service, security cameras on buses and the rollout of real-time bus location technology.

Rail| February 1, 2017

SEPTA ends late train fare refund program

According to a SEPTA official, the exemptions made the program more nuisance than a benefit, with SEPTA receiving hundreds of claims a month, of which half were rejected.

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