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Chariot launches its first European commuter shuttle service in London

Shuttle| February 5, 2018

Enables passengers to complete the first and last mile of their journey by connecting them with nearby transit hubs and underground stations.

Sixteen Calif. mayors say their city buses should be zero-emission

Bus| February 5, 2018

The heavy-duty transportation sector contributes a third of California’s smog-forming nitrogen oxides.

Management & Operations| February 2, 2018

HNTB Corp. hires new transit/rail market sector leader

Kimberly Slaughter will collaborate on strategic planning and implementation, industry representation, business development, service delivery, and client satisfaction.

Bus| February 2, 2018

Walsh joins Davey Coach Sales as president/COO

Walsh, who has more than 30 years of experience in the bus industry, was most recently the president of REV Bus Group.

Management & Operations| February 1, 2018

15 transport, tech cos. sign shared mobility principles for livable cities

Together they account for 77 million passenger trips per day and inform the travel decisions of 10 million people each day.

Government Issues| February 1, 2018

Uber, Cincinnati collaborative launch mobility lab

Will share data, conduct studies, and reach out to employers, and designers to create a transportation plan for the Cincinnati region.

University| February 1, 2018

Study links rising SoCal car ownership with decline in transit ridership

The six-county region added 2.1 million household vehicles between the years 2000 and 2015, a car increase that nearly quadruples the rate of the preceding decade.

Management & Operations| February 1, 2018

Denver RTD names new chief operating officer

Michael Ford will take over the new position and oversee the assistant general managers of rail operations and bus operations.

Rail| January 31, 2018

Train carrying GOP Congress members hits garbage truck, one dead

The chartered train was carrying lawmakers to a retreat in West Virginia.

Government Issues| January 31, 2018

APTA 'encouraged' by infrastructure proposal in SOTU, but concerned

"A strong federal investment in public transportation needs to be preserved and increased, not cut," says APTA President/CEO Skoutelas.

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