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New Flyer to deliver 23 Xcelsior buses to S.C.'s The Comet

Bus| November 21, 2016

The 35-foot buses will replace the existing fleet at The Comet, upgrading older buses that are ready for retirement to the Xcelsior platform, with eight 40-foot Xcelsior buses will be used to expand the existing fleet.

Transdev to operate, maintain N.C. State's campus shuttle service

University| November 21, 2016

The university will purchase 40 buses, creating an entirely new fleet to serve the 41,000 students and staff on three campuses, with Transdev set to employ a staff of 77 people for the $7.6 million annual contract.

Management & Operations| November 18, 2016

Calif. city installs 56 new Tolar Manufacturing Co. bus shelters

The City of Lynwood's custom shelters will feature a variation on Tolar’s Signature Sunset Series line and include curved sunroofs, custom branded steel strap bus benches, and trash receptacles.

Management & Operations| November 18, 2016

Sacramento RT reconsiders plan to allow ads for alcohol on buses, trains

A six member committee has been formed to discuss the issue and make recommendations in mid-December.

Bus| November 17, 2016

Ben Franklin Transit adds 3 Gillig low-floor buses

The trolley replica package outfits a modern transit bus with solid oak seats, brass-colored stanchions, a lighted cupola on the roof, and front cowcatcher. It also includes a vintage paint scheme and graphics.

Rail| November 17, 2016

Commuter rail making significant progress on PTC, study finds

Implementation is expected to cost the commuter rail industry more than $3.5 billion in capital expenditure, which includes over $16 million in spectrum acquisition, as well as $100 million annually in additional maintenance costs.

Management & Operations| November 17, 2016

Las Vegas RTC, Masabi launch mobile ticketing app

By the end of the year, all RTC transit vehicles will also have an electronic reader to validate mobile passes.

Security and Safety | November 17, 2016

WMATA testing tech bands for improved rail worker safety

In addition to the new technology, WMATA is also retraining operators and track workers to prevent what could be a deadly accident.

Motorcoach| November 17, 2016

NTSB: Mechanical failure caused fatal Seattle crash

Improper manufacturing by Ride the Ducks International, the vehicle manufacturer, and inadequate maintenance by Ride the Ducks of Seattle, the vehicle owner and operator, resulted in the axle failure that subsequently led to the loss of vehicle control.

Government Issues| November 17, 2016

Helsinki looks to app to reduce car usage

The app, called Whim, provides users with the best route to get to their destination, whether it’s by bus, train, or car.

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