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Hampton Roads names new director, transit development

Management & Operations| October 19, 2016

Jamie Jackson will be responsible for conducting the planning and project management for multimodal transit service, high capacity corridor expansion activities, and fixed guideway improvements at the corridor level throughout the HRT service area

BYD enters mass transit market with low-cost train

Rail| October 19, 2016

The light rail technology is applicable to small and medium-sized cities, heavy traffic routes, CBD’s and routes connecting tourist attractions in large cities, according to the company.

Government Issues| October 19, 2016

U.S. DOT forming automation in transportation advisory committee

Seeking 15 individuals with cross-modal perspectives on issues like ITS, robotics, enhanced freight movement, air traffic control next generation technology, and advanced transportation technology deployment.

Rail| October 19, 2016

MBTA forgives $839K in fines stemming from 2015 winter performance

According to the report, the company said that the forgiven fines regarded maintenance issues, and that the MBTA agreed to waive them amid evidence that maintenance workers were pulled from their regular jobs to help shovel off tracks and shorten delays.

Rail| October 19, 2016

Brookville set to deliver second QLine streetcar

Each red and white streetcar will seat 125 passengers and feature Wi-Fi, vertical bicycle racks, and an HVAC unit. M-1 officials said that its delivery schedule and testing remain on schedule, with track testing set to begin later this fall.

Security and Safety | October 19, 2016

Man dies after being trapped by subway doors

A 36-year-old man was dragged and killed by a departing subway train, after he got trapped between the platform door and the train at Gimpo International Airport Station in western Seoul, on Wednesday morning.

Government Issues| October 19, 2016

NACTO adds new transit agency members from Seattle, Portland, Miami

The association's peer-to-peer network model helps the best ideas from cities gain traction across the continent and around the world.

Management & Operations| October 18, 2016

Wash. man banned 6 months from transit system for smelling like marijuana

The ban is part of Kitsap Transit’s conduct policy, which allows the agency to not allow passengers to use the service if they smell like cat urine, human feces, or give off other bad odors that may disturb other passengers.

Management & Operations| October 18, 2016

Facing shut down, Connect Transit to hold town hall to show its importance

The agency is among many Illinois public transportation systems facing budget issues because the state is behind on payments to them.

Rail| October 18, 2016

Testing may delay SMART rail launch until 2017

The rail agency announced Sept. 26 that it was only then beginning to ramp up speeds on the railcars during safety testing. But with 11 weeks left before the new year, officials have not pegged when the cars will be tested at their fullest capabilities.

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