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Prevost sponsors online driver training courses offered by ABA

Motorcoach| September 21, 2017

The ABA Driver Training program was developed by safety experts from industry-leading motorcoach companies and manufacturers.

NTSB targets sleep apnea in both NJ Transit, LIRR train crashes

Security and Safety | September 21, 2017

Similarities were immediately drawn between the crashes, but after months of investigating, the NTSB now believes sleep apnea was involved in both.

Motorcoach| September 21, 2017

ABA taps Omaha, Neb. for 2020's Marketplace

The dates of the 2020 Marketplace will be Jan. 10 to 14, 2020. This is the first time ABA has come to Omaha for its annual event.

Technology| September 21, 2017

Winnipeg Transit exploring Wi-Fi on buses

If approved, the pilot project would provide free Wi-Fi to transit passengers on up to 12 buses, on various routes, throughout the 2018 calendar year.

Management & Operations| September 21, 2017

Siemens names new mobility division president

Marc Buncher brings 25 years of rail experience, including his most recent role as the sr. VP, rail division, at Caterpillar.

Bus| September 21, 2017

N.C.'s CATS adds 9 new MCI Commuter Coaches

The latest MCI additions to CATS fleet feature the newest clean-diesel engine technology for near-zero emissions and improved fuel economy.

Security and Safety | September 20, 2017

WMATA, Sacramento RT tap Harsco's Protran unit for track worker safety

The installations will include Protran’s Enhanced Employee Protection System, the first of its kind in the railway safety industry to incorporate three-way communication among track workers, train operators, and dispatchers in the central office.

Rail| September 20, 2017

WSP USA projects recognized with three Calif. transportation awards

The Exposition Line Light Rail in Los Angeles received the California Transportation Foundation's Overall Project of the Year award.

Government Issues| September 20, 2017

101 ways to improve transportation in your city

Curbed looked to cities around the world for inspiration and sought feedback from urban thinkers.

Rail| September 20, 2017

City Council approves transfer of Atlanta Streetcar to MARTA

The $99 million streetcar opened in December 2014 amid sky-high expectations, but ridership failed to meet expectations in its first year and plummeted nearly 60% after the city began charging $1 to ride.

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