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King County Metro wants parking space owners to rent to transit riders

Management & Operations| October 6, 2016

The program could help decrease the number of vehicles on the road and increase Metro’s ridership.

SARTA to take hydrogen fuel-cell bus on tour through service area

Sustainability| October 6, 2016

Will honor National Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Day, which is attempting to raise awareness of the clean energy technology that is available.

Management & Operations| October 6, 2016

NJ Transit adding trains to ease overcrowding following Hoboken crash

Officials said they will monitor overcrowding on the Main, Bergen, Port Jervis, and Pascack Valley lines and will deploy "additional capacity, when available, in selected areas" to relieve overcrowding.

Security and Safety | October 6, 2016

Changes to DC Metro safety oversight bill to boost public access

The revised bill increases transparency and provides public access to the commission’s work, including access to meetings and the ability to request documents and records by requiring the commission to adhere to the federal public records law.

Motorcoach| October 6, 2016

FMCSA proposes enhancements to Safety Measurement System's public website

While the Federal Register announcement responds to comments received following the June 29, 2015, notice, no changes will be implemented in the public SMS website display until after completion of the National Academies of Sciences Correlation Study as required by Section 5221 of the FAST Act.

Accessibility| October 6, 2016

Mobility Networks launches North American operations

Officially launched and unveiled a range of pioneering access products to the U.S. market at BusCon Expo, which was held Sept. 19 to 21 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Company also opened two offices in New York and Toronto.

Management & Operations| October 6, 2016

Recognized transit architect joins HNTB

Thomas Grassi's experience included leading the reconstruction and restoration of the World Trade Center’s transit facilities immediately following 9/11.

Bus| October 6, 2016

GRTC route structure plan favors ridership over coverage

According to the presentation to the council, about 3,000 riders and members of the public polled in on-board and online surveys and at public meetings largely favor less waiting and greater stop spacing.

Rail| October 5, 2016

Sacramento RT announces arena partnership with ridesharing companies

The agreement allows riders to get $5 off a ride to or from six selected light rail stations once the area's new basketball arena opens.

Rail| October 5, 2016

Alstom delivers first cross-border Citadis tram between Strasbourg, Kehl

The first part of the order is for 12 trams, worth a total of $46 million.

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