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New Flyer acquires Carlson Engineered Composites

Bus| June 2, 2017

Carlson manufactures fiberglass reinforced polymer components primarily to OEMs of transportation vehicles and agricultural equipment, with 2016 sales exceeding $38 million.

Propane Education & Research Council appoints new president/CEO

Management & Operations| June 1, 2017

Industry veteran Thomas Perkins will take on the role following the retirement of current president/CEO Roy Willis after July.

Rail| June 1, 2017

Utah's S-Line streetcar ridership continues to rise

Ridership has gone up over the previous year for every single month the service has been in operation. Much of the increase in ridership is attributed to new development along the S-Line.

Management & Operations| June 1, 2017

Proterra appoints new chief financial officer

Amy Ard will be in charge of aligning Proterra's engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing, and operations goals with company finance.

Management & Operations| May 31, 2017

High-tech vet named new Proterra CLO/head of gov. relations

JoAnn Covington's role with the transportation manufacturer will involve creating new business models that allow for greater adoption of heavy-duty electric transit vehicles throughout North America.

Management & Operations| May 31, 2017

RATP Dev/McDonald Transit contracted to operate Tyler, Texas transit

Will handle daily operation of the agency's fixed-route and paratransit systems.

Government Issues| May 31, 2017

Pittsburgh BRT to connect 30,000 people over 24 neighborhoods

Downtown Pittsburgh will link to Uptown, Oakland, Wilkinsburg via the East Busway, Squirrel Hill, and Highland Park.

Management & Operations| May 31, 2017

AECOM's first TV commercial shows infrastructure's power to connect communities

Filmed by acclaimed director John Singleton and created by the L.A. advertising agency Battery, the ad is part of a new AECOM campaign.

Management & Operations| May 31, 2017

Profile: Joel Volinski, Director, National Center for Transportation Research

When Joel Volinski accepted a job as the interim director of Florida’s Broward County Transit Agency in 1983, he had never ridden on a public transit bus. “Here I was, the person who knew less about the subject than anyone, and suddenly I was directing the biggest agency in county government,” he tells me, leaning back in his leather chair. “So you have to have a sense of humor, and you have to be kind of a quick study.”

Rail| May 31, 2017

Hill International to assist Jacobs with N.Y. Canarsie Tunnel construction work

The storm surge from 2012's Superstorm Sandy damaged the tunnel, leaving it in need of extensive repairs. The tunnel was flooded with seven million gallons of salt water leaving two adjacent 7,100-foot-long sections of the tunnel with significant damage.

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