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Goodling to lead rail projects for WSP | PB

Rail| May 2, 2017

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.

Nearly 9 in 10 Americans see benefits of public transportation

Government Issues| May 2, 2017

Increased mobility for more people, jobs and cleaner air most frequently cited benefits, according to a new HNTB survey.

Motorcoach| May 2, 2017

MCI adds to new coach, pre-owned coach sales teams

Shane Shipman has joined MCI as new coach sales VP, southeastern U.S. He is taking over the territory from Brian Lichter, who is returning to MCI Pre-Owned Coach sales representative for the Midwest, effective May 1.

Bus| May 2, 2017

Keolis lands Foothill Transit ops, maintenance contract

Under the terms of the contract, will be responsible for operating and maintaining local fixed- and express-route transit services, including into downtown Los Angeles.

Sustainability| May 2, 2017

FTA makes $55M available through Low-No Bus Program

Projects will be evaluated by criteria defined in federal law and in the Notice of Funding Opportunity, including the applicant’s demonstration of need and the project’s anticipated reductions in energy consumption compared to standard buses.

Startup transportation company, Bridj, shuts down

According to Bridj’s CEO Matthew George, the company had been in extended negotiations with a car manufacturer, when “clear skies” turned into a “hurricane in about 24 hours.”

TTC etiquette campaign uses customer tweets

The “You Said It” campaign targets behavior and unsafe activities, including tresspassing on subway tracks and wearing backpacks on crowded vehicles.

Bus| May 2, 2017

Proterra launches first autonomous bus program in U.S.

Pilot will deal with real road conditions from the perspective of public transit systems, and emphasize dense and dynamic environments, degraded conditions, and a need for swift emergency response.

Sustainability| May 1, 2017

BYD delivers 3 electric buses to Columbia, Mo.

Th city's bus system, which connects the city with the University of Missouri, is the first and only battery-electric fleet in revenue service in the state and one of the largest in the Midwest.

Rail| May 1, 2017

Sound Transit adding 30 more Siemens light rail vehicles

The added vehicles, scheduled to arrive no later than 18 months after final delivery of a previous order placed last fall, will support the opening of Sound Transit’s Link extension projects to Federal Way and downtown Redmond in 2024.

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