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Hyperloop Transportation Tech. to explore Czech Republic links

Rail| January 18, 2017

This is the first Hyperloop agreement to connect two international cities.

Autonomous vehicles: threat or opportunity for urban mobility?

Government Issues| January 17, 2017

AVs will lead to a dystopian future of even more private car traffic on the road unless they are put to use in shared fleets and integrated with traditional public transport services.

Rail| January 17, 2017

CFO Graham appointed president of rail supplier Brookville

Upon joining the company in October 2015, Graham brought with him two decades of financial leadership from a variety of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, and healthcare.

Accessibility| January 17, 2017

Phoenix Transit enhances Dial-a-Ride with 'overflow' service

The approved partnership between Dial-a-Ride contractor MV Transportation and their subcontractor Discount Cab provides overflow service during the regular service day.

Rail| January 17, 2017

Alstom wins its first metro system contract in Vietnam

Alstom’s share of the contract is worth around $203 million.

Bus| January 17, 2017

King County Metro to buy 73 electric battery buses from Proterra

The agency is starting with 20 buses totaling $15.12 million. Eight of which are slated to enter service this year.

Bus| January 17, 2017

Ottawa public transit bus catches fire with people on board

While driving the route, the bus driver noticed the bus was "sluggish."

Management & Operations| January 13, 2017

Paris cuts free public transit during severe pollution

While making all public transport free for the day does help in reducing pollution from gas emissions, the union estimates that the loss of profit adds up to approximately $4.2 million per day for the region.

University| January 13, 2017

Bus service to reduce wait times to and from Fresno State

Fresno State students and staff can ride FAX and other transportation services free with their university ID.

Management & Operations| January 13, 2017

Luminator introduces Standalone Rear View Camera for mass transit

The standalone camera can be used on buses which already have new rear signs installed or vehicles which do not need a rear sign such as compact shuttle buses, vans, and trolleys.

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