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Hill International wins ASCE award for LA Metro Gold Line project

Management & Operations| April 6, 2017

Was the program manager for the first segment of the overall $2.15 billion Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, an 11.5-mile project that extended the Gold Line from Pasadena to Azusa, and currently serves as the program manager of the next segment

High-speed rail to Las Vegas breaks ground in 2017

Rail| April 6, 2017

The $8 billion-dollar project was initially scheduled to begin construction in 2016.

Rail| April 6, 2017

BART extension on track, railcars delayed

Its contract with Bombardier calls for 35 cars to be delivered by the end of the year, but at this point BART has received just 10, and problems discovered during testing have already led to delays in delivering the rest of the cars.

Management & Operations| April 6, 2017

Eno Center CEO to give keynote address at UITP Summit

Robert Puentes is responsible for overseeing a range of projects concerning innovation and the development of urban mobility.  

Motorcoach| April 6, 2017

Union fighting for better pay for Bay Area commuter bus drivers

Many operators who drive those vehicles struggle to make ends meet with their current pay.

Motorcoach| April 6, 2017

H & L Charters takes delivery of MCI J4500 won during UMA Expo

The auction benefited the Motorcoach Marketing Council, with proceeds supporting the image and future of motorcoach travel in North America via Council’s GoMotorcoach campaign available to operators.

Motorcoach| April 6, 2017

ABC Companies names new Western Region Sr. VP of sales

Bryan O’Connell joins ABC from his most recent position as sr. VP for Transdev, where he was responsible for strategic development and oversight of sales and operations of the company’s bus division.

Management & Operations| April 5, 2017

Public transit ridership up after Atlanta bridge collapse

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority reported a big rush hour jump in passengers on its northern rail lines Monday morning, up 50% to 73% as many commuters sought to avoid the highways altogether.

Rail| April 5, 2017

Modified service into Penn Station to continue for 'forseeable future' after derailment

Amtrak officials said the derailment of the NJ Transit train damaged a switching machine, leaving just 13 out of 21 tracks in service. Service won't be fully restored until the repairs are completed.

Rail| April 5, 2017

Calif. SMART officials eyeing Spring commuter rail system launch

While the board originally planned to have the train completed by late 2016, they delayed the project due to engine problems and the testing of Positive Train Control.

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