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Ford unveils plans for driverless car fleet by 2021

Management & Operations| August 18, 2016

The SAE-rated level 4-capable vehicle will not have a steering wheel or gas and brake pedals. It is being specifically designed for commercial mobility services, such as ride sharing and ride hailing, and will be available in high volumes.

New Flyer to deliver first bus with Cummins Westport's near-zero engine

Bus| August 18, 2016

The ISL G NZ CNG engine will be used to power a New Flyer Xcelsior XN40 bus for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Sustainability| August 18, 2016

Lightning Hybrids delivers vehicles to NREL, Denali National Park

The system equipped in the vehicles is a parallel hydraulic hybrid system that has no electric batteries and instead applies a hydraulic system to the driveline of a vehicle to regenerate braking energy.

Rail| August 17, 2016

MBTA rail workers to test 'bionic' eyeglasses

Field mechanics will use AR smart glasses so they can communicate with expert technicians in its main maintenance facility to speed up train repairs and reduce the disruptions they cause.

Sustainability| August 17, 2016

Calif. awards $390M in Cap and Trade grants to projects around state

The funds will go to several projects, including commuter and intercity rail projects in northern California, such as expanded ACE, San Joaquin and Capitol Corridor service, that will link the high-speed rail project to millions of Californians through shared stations in the Bay Area and the Central Valley.

Security and Safety | August 17, 2016

Man charged for hopping on subway tracks for Pokémon Go video

Toronto Transit Commission spokesman Brad Ross said Mark Correia, 20, has been charged with unauthorized access on subway tracks, which carries a set fine of $425.

Management & Operations| August 17, 2016

Transportation biggest issue in metro Atlanta

Of the respondents that said transportation is metro Atlanta's biggest problem, 44% said expanding public transit would be the best long term solution

University| August 17, 2016

U. of Alabama Extends Partnership with First Transit

The service, known as Crimson Ride, provides transportation for the more than 37,000 students of the university and three million annual riders.

Rail| August 17, 2016

FRA issues PTC status update

In March, FRA announced that it intended to require railroads to submit quarterly reports to FRA on their progress toward completing PTC implementation.

Government Issues| August 16, 2016

Feds make $7M available for innovations to improve public transit

FTA is looking for state-of-the-art safety solutions, including automated warning systems that help bus operators avoid collisions, detect obstructions in their path or vehicle design improvements to reduce bus operator blind spots.

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