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BYD, AVTA unveil first 60-ft. artic battery-electric bus

Sustainability| May 4, 2017

The bus, part of AVTA’s award-winning campaign to fully electrify its fleet by 2018, was also built with local labor in BYD’s factory in Lancaster, just miles from the AVTA office. It is the first delivery from AVTA’s order of 13 60-foot BYD buses.

Lightning Hybrids rebrands to Lightning Systems

Sustainability| May 4, 2017

Also announced that in the next two years it will introduce a new lineup of fleet efficiency products to support commercial and government fleets.

Bus| May 4, 2017

New Cummins app provides engine info within minutes

Customers are now able to read prioritized engine fault codes and other key engine information with the Guidanz mobile app.

Bus| May 4, 2017

Albuquerque Rapid Transit, university partner to upgrade venerable tree grove

As part of the project, the northeast corner of University Boulevard and Central Avenue NE in Albuquerque was redesigned and will be home to ART’s University Station, anticipated to be one of the busiest stations when Albuquerque’s BRT line opens.

Motorcoach| May 4, 2017

ABA to kick off 2017 Capitol Hill Fly-In

Will provide ABA members an opportunity to meet with their elected legislative officials and staff to discuss the important issues facing the motorcoach, travel, and tourism industries today.

Government Issues| May 4, 2017

Profile: Norm Mineta, Former Secretary of Transportation

The searchlights were going back and forth over his body, scanning the barracks as Norm Mineta slept. It was the middle of 1942, and Norm was ten years old, sleeping on a mattress stuffed with hay...

Rail| May 3, 2017

Calif. students trade buses for trains to travel to prom

The students took Metrolink from Santa Clarita to Los Angeles and then transferred to L.A. Metro's Red Line to the final destination of their venue in Hollywood.

Rail| May 3, 2017

Caltrain electrification funding included in 2017 Federal Budget

The project is ready to start construction, and the final step is approval of the federal grant.

Electric and driverless vehicles won’t cut it without shared mobility, report says

Without a concurrent shift away from private vehicle ownership and toward ride sharing, the potential for electric, autonomous vehicles to reduce traffic and sprawl are severely limited.

Rail| May 2, 2017

Goodling to lead rail projects for WSP | PB

In his new position, Goodling will lead and manage design, delivery, and commissioning of rail projects throughout the west with a focus on Southern California.

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