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Winnipeg Transit to test bus operator shields

Security and Safety | November 27, 2017

Once the pilot project is complete, the agency will prepare a report discussing the findings and recommending next steps.

Albuquerque BRT receives rare 'Gold Standard' recognition

Bus| November 27, 2017

ART is the first-ever, BRT system in the U.S. to receive award from the ITDP, the highest internationally recognized standard for BRT systems.

Accessibility| November 27, 2017

Chatham Area Transit to overhaul paratransit service

Agency is adding more staff and vehicles to its fleet.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2017

CTA budget proposes $23M in cuts, fare increases after $33M cut in state support

Upon adoption, the fare increase will generate $23 million for CTA operations, while the capital budget includes a new revenue stream from ride-hailing fees that will pay for projects that improve CTA infrastructure and service.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2017

VVTA's Kane wins Distinguished Service Award

The California Transit Association award recognizes individuals who have had long and distinguished careers in the public transit industry and have made outstanding contributions to public transit.

Bus| November 22, 2017

Conn.'s SEAT adding 11 more New Flyer Xcelsior buses

The order, which was supported with federal, state, and local funding, is part a fleet revitalization effort initiated by SEAT in 2017.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2017

WSP USA names new sr. supervising engineer

In his new position, Benjamin Rodenbough will manage a variety of civil engineering projects involving transit and other transportation infrastructure.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2017

Sound Transit light rail ridership up 26%

The ridership gains within our region are very significant in contrast to recent ridership reductions in many other regions, with Sound Transit services seeing some of the strongest growth in the nation.

Technology| November 22, 2017

MBTA taps Cubic-John Laing consortium for next-gen fare collection system

Known as AFC 2.0, the new system has a total program value, for capital and operating costs, of approximately $723 million, which includes operating costs through 2031.

Security and Safety | November 22, 2017

Computer hackers attack Sacramento RT

The attack erased parts of computer programs on the agency’s servers that affect internal operations, including the ability to use computers to dispatch employees and assign buses for routes.

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