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As part of cost-cutting moves, WMATA closing most sales offices this month

Management & Operations| November 8, 2016

The agency estimates that only 0.03% of riders will be impacted by the closures, because the overwhelming majority of sales transactions can be performed at station fare vending machines, online, regional commuter stores, or at retail outlets.

Amid FBI probe, Santa Clara VTA names new paratransit provider

Accessibility| November 8, 2016

The contract with MV Transportation will last for five months with the option to extend.

Bus| November 8, 2016

Nova Bus names new VP, business line

During his career, Mario Peloquin has led business development activities as well as business lines at renowned North American companies like Siemens Canada and Thales Canada.

Management & Operations| November 8, 2016

LA Metro makes T-Mobile cell service available on Red, Purple Lines

In addition to regular cellular service, emergency 911 calls can also be made by Metro riders. In the event of an emergency, riders are reminded to first contact the train operator via the emergency intercom system located on board trains and on station platforms.

Management & Operations| November 8, 2016

SEPTA, union reach agreement, end strike

The agency said it usually takes 24 hours to have all buses, trolleys and subway trains running after a shutdown but it was on track to be in full service by Tuesday morning.

Management & Operations| November 8, 2016

National Express acquires Diamond Transportation Services

Established in 1984, DTS has approximately 270 employees and 151 vehicles providing paratransit and shuttle service to the Greater Washington, D.C. area.

Management & Operations| November 8, 2016

Transdev to operate Anaheim Resort shuttle

The 22-route system linking local tourist destinations throughout the Anaheim Resort District and surrounding areas.

University| November 7, 2016

Campus' on-demand transit system 'mashes up' Uber, fixed-route, light rail

Passengers could be trying out the new "hub-and-shuttle" system on the University of Michigan's North Campus as soon as summer 2017.

Rail| November 7, 2016

Amtrak upgrades passenger Wi-Fi on Acela line

The upgraded technology allows Amtrak to incorporate higher-speed train-to-ground backhaul technologies, laying the foundation for further enhancements to the onboard customer experience.

Management & Operations| November 7, 2016

Report questions federal oversight of WMATA

The latest inspector general report found that even though the FTA has established safety performance criteria and set safety standards for WMATA, they are limited and unenforceable, which is hindering the agency’s ability to maximize its safety oversight.

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