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Panasonic, TransitScreen partner for real-time transit tech

Technology| June 23, 2017

The two companies use real-time, multi-screen displays to help city residents and visitors navigate infrastructure and urban transportation.

Washington State converts to electric buses with ZEPS

Sustainability| June 23, 2017

Adoption of Complete Coach Works' Zero Emission Propulsion System is part of Washington's efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and focus on electrical energy.

Sustainability| June 23, 2017

LA Metro votes to buy 295 CNG buses

The buses will replace aging vehicles in Metro's fleet and reduce the use of regular natural gas and diesel.

Government Issues| June 23, 2017

Profile: Jeremy Johnson-Miller, Mobility Coordinator, Iowa Department of Transportation

Upon graduation, he accepted a grant-funded position at an agency in Warren County, outside of Des Moines, that helped low-income people find housing. Speaking with his clients, he saw first-hand the connection between transit and housing, healthcare, job, and educational opportunities.

Management & Operations| June 22, 2017

Minn. Metro Transit shutting down part of light rail system for 11 days

Maintenance project includes replacing sections of tracks, upgrading switches, and repairing concrete and overhead wires.

Rail| June 21, 2017

MARTA launches initiative to aesthetically enhance rail stations

The authority kicked off the newly established “Artbound” program with an inaugural launch event featuring dancers and musicians at Five Points MARTA Station this week.

Rail| June 21, 2017

Alstom-equipped Bangalore Metro Green Line launches service

It includes the Urbalis 200 Automatic Train Control system, which will ensure optimal safety, flexible operations, and heightened passenger comfort, according to the company.

Management & Operations| June 20, 2017

New Flyer announces new regional sales manager

David Hammingh will be responsible for the company's Midwest U.S. transit bus sales.

Rail| June 20, 2017

Bombardier wins major UK rail, maintenance contract

In addition, the company will execute a Technical Services and Spares Supply Agreement for the duration of the seven-year franchise, with an option to extend for 11 periods in line with the existing franchise extension option.

Rail| June 20, 2017

Honolulu legislature to hold special session on rail project funding

The project was expected to cost $5.2 billion just a few years ago but is now estimated to cost as much as $10 billion with financing. The city’s latest figures project a $1.384 billion shortfall from now to 2024.

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