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WSP | PB opens new office in Boulder, Colo.

Management & Operations| October 11, 2016

The new office, previously serving the environment sector, will also serve as a project delivery office for the firm’s offerings in the buildings and transportation sectors in Colorado. 

FTA announces $14.7 million project to improve U.S. transit

Management & Operations| October 11, 2016

The transit agencies whose planning projects were selected include Santa Clara VTA, RTD Denver, and the cities of Phoenix and Milwaukee.

Management & Operations| October 11, 2016

Galloway to lead transit, rail planning at WSP | PB

Drew Galloway has over 30 years of experience in all phases and aspects of rail planning, analysis and operations including master plans, service development plans, terminal plans, and capital programs.

Management & Operations| October 10, 2016

Panasonic, Cradlepoint partner for mobile computing, connectivity solution

The 4G-LTE and FirstNet solution delivers highly-secure, enhanced LTE connectivity for multiple devices — significantly improving productivity, reducing downtime, and enhancing the security of in-vehicle networks.

Security and Safety | October 10, 2016

NJ Transit reopens Hoboken station, NTSB releases recorder findings

In all, eight of the 17 tracks at the Hoboken Terminal were set to reopen Monday at the busy station where commuters connect with other trains and ferries heading into New York City.

Accessibility| October 10, 2016

New Houston Metro pilot increases access for paratransit riders

Set to launch in January, the program will allow those riders that use MetroLift paratransit buses to ride those buses to a transit center and then transfer to a regular fixed-route bus

Bus| October 10, 2016

Driverless bus service in France sets world record

The two electric vehicles, fitted with high-tech equipment including laser sensors, stereo vision and GPS, can ferry around 15 passengers at a top speed of 12 mph.

Rail| October 10, 2016

LIRR train derails, injures 29

Official details were not available on the precise circumstances of the incident, which occurred when a passenger train struck a work train about 20 miles east of Manhattan. It was not immediately clear if the work train was stationary at the time.

Management & Operations| October 10, 2016

By 2020, 49% believe they will use only 1 transportation app: study

Additionally, more than a quarter of citizens will be using a self-driving car, according to a forthcoming global study from Xerox.


University| October 10, 2016

U. of Wyoming enhances service with new buses, app feature

The new buses are 2017 model Gillig low-floor buses, 37 feet long, and with capacity for 32 seated passengers and many more standing.

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