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FRA hits highest-ever rail penalty rate

Government Issues| December 27, 2016

For FY 2016, the agency expects to collect 79% of the civil penalties it issued to railroads, hazardous materials shippers and others for violating federal safety regulations, a 4% increase over FY2015, and the largest percentage rate ever closed by the agency.

Prevost to sponsor inaugural UMA driver competition

Motorcoach| December 27, 2016

This first of its kind international event, which is set to take place Feb. 28 at UMA Expo in St. Louis, has already attracted more than 50 competitors from 21 U.S. states and two Canadian provinces.

Management & Operations| December 27, 2016

New U.S. DOT funding tool to provide $2B for Seattle rail projects

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx launched the Build America Bureau earlier this year to provide a one-stop-shop for state and municipal governments to find innovative solutions to funding critical infrastructure projects.

Rail| December 27, 2016

NY MTA subway service impacted after fire knocks out 3rd rail

The incident occurred just before 10:15 p.m. Sunday, with about 1,000 people from at least three subway trains having to be evacuated overnight, police and fire officials said. The fire was brought under control around 1:37 a.m.

Motorcoach| December 27, 2016

ABC delivers Van Hool CX45s, CX35s to Ga., Pa.

Savannah, Ga.'s Kelly Tours added three new CX45s, equipped with 450 HP Detroit DD13 engines, while York Springs, Pa.'s Wolf's Bus Lines added a 38-passenger CX35/

Bus| December 27, 2016

New Flyer, MCI name Joseph, Dewsnup, Smart to lead business units

The company also announced the combination of the New Flyer and MCI aftermarket parts businesses under Dewsnup.

Motorcoach| December 27, 2016

Trailways taps Berzas for chairman post

Berzas, who was elected to the Board of Directors in 2012, will succeed Ron R. Moore, who has served as Trailways’ Chairman since 2014.  

Government Issues| December 22, 2016

Miami-Dade might allow alcohol ads in exchange for free Wi-Fi

The deal is part of the county's negotiation with Massachusetts-based company, CIVIQ Smartscapes, which would provide free Wi-Fi and kiosks to the county at no expense.

Management & Operations| December 22, 2016

BlackBerry unveils innovation center for connected, autonomous vehicles

One of the center's first projects will be supporting this pilot as well as BlackBerry QNX's work with the University of Waterloo, PolySync, and Renesas Electronics to build an autonomous concept vehicle.

Management & Operations| December 22, 2016

Athens Transit's director wins Ga. 'Outstanding Manager of the Year' award

Butch McDuffie has worked with local elected officials and state legislators to improve awareness of public transportation opportunities, develop legislation, and identify alternative funding sources for all public transit systems across Georgia.

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