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First Transit employee named 'Master Technician of the Year'

Bus| November 15, 2016

Bryan Mitchell of Rochester, N.Y., earned the highest composite score on the ASE certification exams.

Union calls for change to MTA's Baltimore bus plan

Management & Operations| November 15, 2016

"The People's Alternative to BaltimoreLink" would cost $287 million and includes a BRT system along 14 miles of streets and additional stops along busy routes.

Management & Operations| November 15, 2016

Fla.'s HART, Transdev launch first mile, last mile solution

HyperLINK is a pilot program, subsidized by the State of Florida, which covers a three-mile radius surrounding four HART-designated transit stops in areas where passengers will benefit from improved access to the transit system.

Sustainability| November 15, 2016

CCCTA adds WAVE in-route wireless charging at BART station

The system uses a charging pad that lies flush with the pavement, is sturdy enough to be run over all day without damage, and wirelessly charges the bus during routine stops.

Rail| November 15, 2016

NTSB urges improved passenger rail oversight

Chairman Christopher Hart said at a press conference that U.S. mass transit has "gone for decades without any systematic oversight."

Motorcoach| November 15, 2016

FMCSA orders S.C. church to immediately cease passenger operations

In September, a motorcoach commercially operated by Sandy River Baptist Church was transporting a junior college football team when a front wheel failed, causing the vehicle to swerve and strike a median guardrail and a concrete bridge support, killing four.

Sustainability| November 15, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: Europe's Air Pollution Issues and Some Cities' Solutions

Much of the impact of pollution has been as a result of waves of industry and resource extraction and processing, but much is also as a result of our lifestyle choices and, in particular, the choices that we have made in terms of mobility.

Security and Safety | November 14, 2016

L.A. Metro wants local police, not deputies, to oversee system

The Sheriff’s Department, the sole agency policing the Metro transit system since 2003, has “poor system-wide visibility” and struggles to schedule enough deputies to meet required staffing levels, MTA says.

Management & Operations| November 14, 2016

Sacramento RT considers allowing alcohol ads on trains, buses

The transit agency’s proposed policy would allow more bars and restaurants to advertise on transit vehicles, which could be lucrative for the financially struggling bus agency.

Motorcoach| November 14, 2016

ABC delivers CX35s, CX45s to Va., Mich.

James River's 38-passenger coaches are equipped with Cummins ISL 9L engines driving through Allison B500 transmissions, and have REI Elite Entertainment Systems with 15-inch video monitors, as well as 110-volt and USB outlets.

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