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U.S. infrastructure receives near failing grade again

Government Issues| March 10, 2017

ASCE evaluated 16 categories of infrastructure in the 2017 Report Card, with grades ranging from a “B” for Rail to a “D-” for Transit.

City Council approves Phase 2 of Ottawa light rail plan

Rail| March 10, 2017

The city is still waiting on a funding announcement from the federal government, but Ottawa’s mayor said he has been assured it will be announced before the end of May.

Management & Operations| March 9, 2017

Profile: Phil Washington, CEO of L.A. Metro

The man who runs public transit in Los Angeles — the biggest county in the nation, with 88 cities and 10 million people — grew up in the projects of Chicago’s South Side. With five sisters and a father who left the family before he was born, Phil Washington couldn’t be a kid for long. “I saw first hand how the lack of transportation services really impacts lives,”...

Rail| March 9, 2017

2 KC streetcar petitions headed for August ballot

One of the petitions seeks two sales taxes totaling three-eighths of a cent for 25 years to pay for streetcar expansion, while the other would prohibit Kansas City from doing any planning or implementing of any fixed-rail expansion without a citywide vote.

Management & Operations| March 9, 2017

Jacksonville hosts Easy Mile autonomous vehicle demonstration

More than a hundred people attended the event to learn more about the future of the Skyway and take a ride in a vehicle that utilizes next generation autonomous vehicle technology.

Sustainability| March 9, 2017

GreenPower Motor Co. to supply 10 electric buses, charging systems in Calif.

The contract provides the City of Porterville or other customers, an option to purchase an additional 20 buses with the same terms and conditions as the initial purchase.

Motorcoach| March 9, 2017

School bus co. introduces new safety products

School Bus Safety Co. offers tailored safety compliance audits and conduct on-site driver file reviews and safety training leadership programs for drivers and trainers at school districts or other contractors who provide school bus service.

Sustainability| March 9, 2017

Exclusive: A look at electric buses in London, the UK

Why hasn’t London moved faster to put in service clean bus technology? The air pollution crisis isn’t sudden and has been widely predicted and observed for many years.

Management & Operations| March 8, 2017

Keolis unveils plan for fare gates at 3 MBTA stations

The additions are intended to cut down on estimated $35 million the system loses to fare evaders annually.

Rail| March 8, 2017

N.C. Durham-Orange light rail project plans reports, vote for April

The FTA told GoTriangle in a recent email that the two counties involved must be committed to paying at least 30% of the project’s local cost, or $371.1 million, before the project can be approved for engineering work.

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