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Mass Transit users can save $9,738 annually, says APTA report

Management & Operations| January 30, 2017

The savings are based on the cost of commuting by public transportation compared to the cost of owning and driving a vehicle.

Laketran GM Jurkowski announces plan to retire

Management & Operations| January 30, 2017

Under his tenure, Laketran passed two local sales tax levies in 2003 and 2013, which safeguarded the future of the agency through the passage of a permanent levy.  

Motorcoach| January 27, 2017

MCI's Ziska receives 'Women in Buses' award at ABA event

Award recognizes the role of women in the motor coach industry who work collaboratively on issues and concerns of women business leaders as well as industry specific trends.

Management & Operations| January 27, 2017

Pittsburgh's Port Authority adding Wi-Fi to light rail station

The non-exclusive agreement allows Comcast to install "hotspots" at seven light rail stations in Station Square, downtown, and the North Shore, allowing users to make fast, free Wi-Fi connections while conserving their cellular data plans.

Bus| January 27, 2017

REV Group announces price of initial public offering

The company's shares of common stock have been approved for listing on the New York Stock Exchange and are expected to begin trading under the ticker symbol “REVG” on Friday.

Security and Safety | January 26, 2017

Amtrak engineer in Pa. train crash tested positive for marijuana, opioids

The findings are part of the information released on Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board, with the agency expected to release their conclusions on the cause of derailment later this year.

Management & Operations| January 26, 2017

Miami-Dade getting free Wi-Fi at 300 kiosks, buses, trains

Hailing it as the first step in developing one of the nation’s first fully integrated smart city ecosystems.

Security and Safety | January 26, 2017

2 people arrested in seperate attacks on NJ Transit employees

If convicted, a woman, who threw hot coffee on a bus driver, faces up to five years in prison and $15,000 in fines, while a man who shoved a train conductor faces up to 18 months in prison and $10,000 in fines.

Sustainability| January 26, 2017

SoCal utility wants to use $570M to electrify buses, trucks, ride-sharing

Southern California Edison filed a plan with state regulators that would fund the installation of charging stations for various plug-in vehicle applications.

Management & Operations| January 26, 2017

Profile: Nuria Fernandez - GM/CEO Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

When Nuria Fernandez was growing up in Panama, water was a big part of her world. In addition to living by the water, she spent a couple summers interning at one of the canal locks of the Panama Canal, a feat of engineering that her great-grandfather had helped to construct...

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