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NJ Transit derailment injures 5

Security and Safety | April 4, 2017

The slow-speed derailment of the three middle cars happened as train 3926 from Trenton rolled onto Track Nine in the station at about 9 a.m. The impact was hard enough to break a wheel off of one of the cars.

Sumwalt named NTSB vice chairman

Management & Operations| April 4, 2017

The designation of vice chairman was made in conjunction with the President’s intent to nominate Robert L. Sumwalt for another five-year term as a board member.

Management & Operations| April 4, 2017

McDonald Transit awarded Capital Area Transit interim management contract

Partnering with CAT, McDonald Transit has appointed Tony Johnson, an industry veteran and former interim president of the Fort Worth Transit Authority to serve as CAT’s GM.

Management & Operations| April 3, 2017

TransLoc debuts free GTFS builder to convert transit data

Architect is an intuitive map-based web application that eliminates the need for manual management, provides riders with accurate information.

Accessibility| April 3, 2017

rabbittransit begins deployment of new 60-vehicle paratransit fleet

The new fleet additions are comprised of 14 CDL buses and 46 non-CDL vehicles, of which includes 10 minivans and two Ford Transits.

Security and Safety | April 3, 2017

Las Vegas officials rethink bus ads, security after shooting

Authorities struggled to get a good view of the suspect due to a vinyl bus wrap.

Bus| April 3, 2017

Public awareness campaign launched ahead of Baltimore bus revamp

MTA is taking steps to ensure transit riders are fully aware of the upcoming changes by dispatching “transit teams” who will provide riders with the most up-to-date information.

Rail| April 3, 2017

Canadian Government investing $1.9B in Go Transit's express rail project

Prime Minister Trudeau said the price tag on the initiative makes RER “the single largest transit project in which the federal government has ever invested.”

University| April 3, 2017

U. of Kentucky program encourages employees to try alternative transportation

The cash out program is designed with the goal of reducing the number of motor vehicles on campus as well as creating a more pedestrian friendly community.

Rail| April 3, 2017

House T&I Committee approves legislation to increase rail oversight transparency

Under the legislation, the FRA will have 10 business days from the beginning of the safety assessment to notify Members of Congress and 90 days following the completion of the assessment to provide members with findings and recommendations.

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