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FRA proposes safety standard updates for high-speed trains

Rail| November 22, 2016

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

Chariot launches advance-ride reservation for commuters

Management & Operations| November 22, 2016

Previously, the only option was to grab a ride ad-hoc shortly before departure, an option which will continue to be offered alongside advance scheduling, the report said.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2016

Cubic receives $4.8M contract mod. to enhance Maryland fare system

The upgraded system will provide the MTA with the opportunity to accept new payment methods, such as mobile payments, as well as add new features, including a new customer web portal and an integration path with third-party transport services in the future.

Accessibility| November 21, 2016

Healthcare tech co. partners with Lyft to provide rides to surgery, rehab

PeerWell will now include transportation scheduling at select hospitals across the country.

Motorcoach| November 21, 2016

ABA chief to represent motorcoach industry on federal committee

Role of committee is to provide information, advice, and recommendations to the Secretary of Transportation on matters relating to the role of intermodal transportation in facilitating mobility with respect to travel and tourism activities. 

Management & Operations| November 21, 2016

Las Vegas RTC awards $1.9M contract for high-capacity transit plan

Nelson/NYGAARD will release a report, scheduled for release by mid-2018, which will examine 25 heavily used corridors in Clark County, including the light-rail project under consideration for Maryland Parkway.

Bus| November 21, 2016

COTA to provide free Wi-Fi on entire 444-bus fleet

The cost to COTA will be no more than $250,000 per year, though, the agency is hopeful negotiations with companies vying for the contract will result in no charge for them.

Bus| November 21, 2016

Suspicious device found on NY MTA bus

Discovered during a routine inspection, the device was attached with a large magnet to the bottom of the oil pan near the bumper.

Management & Operations| November 21, 2016

Software company to begin testing self-driving cars in Boston

nuTonomy will begin testing its self-driving Renault Zoe electric vehicle before the end of the year in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park in the Seaport section of the city.

Rail| November 21, 2016

Alstom to supply Shanghai metro with traction, train control monitoring

Line 10 includes two phases: phase one, which started revenue service in 2010, is around 23.4 miles long with 31 stations, and phase 2, which will add around 6.2 miles and 6 stations

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