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UMA's President/CEO Parra to retire

Motorcoach| November 23, 2016

During his tenure, Parra helped grow and stabilize membership through creation of Bus & Motorcoach News and the  development of BusRates.com and the Bus and Motorcoach Academy.

Calif. High Speed Rail Authority reverses plans to buy foreign train parts

Rail| November 23, 2016

The change came after Democratic lawmakers became outraged over the plan.

Rail| November 23, 2016

OKC to launch communication plan ahead of streetcar construction

Numerous businesses operate along the streetcar's routes, so the group's plan is to work with those business and property owners to be sure their operations are disrupted as little as possible.

Rail| November 23, 2016

State audit finds MBTA owed $1.8 million

Found account balances have been left on the books, totaling $1,863,103, that are more than 90 days past due.

Rail| November 22, 2016

Bombardier signs 8-year contract with Montreal's AMT

The contract is valued at approximately $246 million and took effect Nov. 18.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2016

App offers riders free transit tickets for watching ads on their smartphones

The app’s creators estimated they’d get roughly 1,000 downloads by the end of the year in their pilot city of Dusseldorf, Germany, however, after just one month, they exceeded 20,000 users.

Rail| November 22, 2016

In wake of NJ TRANSIT crash, feds target sleep apnea

The agency disclosed a policy change that will prevent engineers suffering from sleep apnea to operate a train unless they are being treated, while federal regulators prepare a safety bulletin that will urge all railroads to screen for sleep apnea.

Rail| November 22, 2016

Running public transportation using the Swiss watch approach

Transportation agencies get too focused on vehicle types and moving trains and forget that the customer just wants to get where they want to go, easily, consistently, and quickly, an expert says.

Bus| November 22, 2016

Capital Metro retires last University of Texas shuttle bus

The fleet of burnt orange and white buses has served the UT campus since 1998 and has become a hallmark of Capital Metro’s longstanding partnership with the university.

Rail| November 22, 2016

FRA proposes safety standard updates for high-speed trains

The updates would offer an alternative method for evaluating how well passengers and crews are protected in an accident, often called crashworthiness.

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