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DC Metro GM outlines additional safety actions

Security and Safety | August 10, 2016

Following the derailment at East Falls Church, Wiedefeld ordered a new round of inspections for all interlockings conducted by rail maintenance supervisors with track engineers participating.

Grassroots movement to expand KC Streetcar moves forward

Rail| August 10, 2016

Supporters want to build on the momentum from the 2.2-mile starter line that launched in May and go south about 3.75 miles.

Motorcoach| August 9, 2016

Greyhound ad campaign 'tells story' about improving customer experience

The new campaign highlights the old vs. new Greyhound in a humorous and entertaining manner, while conveying the message that the company has come a long way from the Greyhound of the past.

Rail| August 9, 2016

N.Y. MTA unveils extensive track cleaning plan

Sustained effort to keep the tracks clean includes two-week track cleaning blitz at all 469 subway stations and new cleaning equipment.

Government Issues| August 9, 2016

FTA issues WMATA directive to correct systemic track safety problems

The report includes findings from FTA’s spring 2016 “Safety Blitz” assessment of Metrorail and details systemic deficiencies in the inspection, maintenance and repair of track that have contributed to or could have resulted in train derailments and other track-related incidents.

Rail| August 9, 2016

Metra cancels 367 railcar RFP

The agency does anticipate, however, picking up a Virginia Railway Express option to purchase 21 railcars from Japanese rolling stock manufacturer Nippon Sharyo at an estimated cost of $2.5 million per car.

Accessibility| August 9, 2016

TriMet extends First Transit paratransit contract

The contractor currently operates 268 vehicles for TriMet’s LIFT paratransit services and manages all scheduling and operations of the paratransit call center.

Sustainability| August 9, 2016

Calif.'s OCTA awards $19.5M to improve biking, walking

Funding through the federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program was awarded to 13 projects that promote mobility options by increasing safety, provide regional linkages to key destinations, close bikeway corridor gaps and improve air quality across the county.

Management & Operations| August 9, 2016

N.C. CATS taps new GM, bus operations

Tangee Mobley will be responsible for managing all aspects of bus operations, including fixed-route service, Special Transportation Service (paratransit), bus maintenance and vanpool.

Management & Operations| August 9, 2016

Chief tech officer for Google's self-driving car initiative resigns

Other senior engineers who have recently left the autonomous car initiative, include Jiajun Zhu, one of the founding members of the self-driving car team at Google, and Dave Ferguson, computer vision and machine learning lead for the initiative.

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