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Subway deaths lead N.Y. MTA to discuss doors, 'controllers' for platforms

Security and Safety | November 16, 2016

Members of the New York MTA board revived talks about installing the equipment after a recent uptick in train deaths — some deemed suicides and others the result of people being pushed.

SEPTA launches Key 'Travel Wallet' for early fare payment adopters

Management & Operations| November 16, 2016

Enables riders to load Key smart cards with cash value and pay as they go on all buses, trolleys, and the Market-Frankford and Broad Street Lines.

Rail| November 16, 2016

Broken rail disrupts morning Amtrak, NJ Transit, LIRR service

The LIRR said some westbound trains on at least seven branches were being canceled or diverted because of the broken rail. Nearly a half-dozen NJ Transit lines were experiencing at least 30-minute delays.

Rail| November 16, 2016

Las Vegas HSR plans may include station near proposed Raiders stadium site

The property is one of two locations XpressWest has explored for a Las Vegas terminus for the initial phase of a 185-mile, dual-track line to Victorville, Calif.

Rail| November 16, 2016

N.C.'s CATS looking to add 6 Siemens S70 streetcars

If the City Council approves, CATS would spend $41 million on the streetcars, which would replace the green and yellow replica trolleys currently in use.

Rail| November 16, 2016

Calif. High Speed Rail Authority seeks Buy America exemption for train parts

The rail authority’s 2016 business plan estimated the trains would cost about $3.4 billion, making them one of the most expensive parts of the system.

Bus| November 15, 2016

First Transit employee named 'Master Technician of the Year'

Bryan Mitchell of Rochester, N.Y., earned the highest composite score on the ASE certification exams.

Management & Operations| November 15, 2016

Union calls for change to MTA's Baltimore bus plan

"The People's Alternative to BaltimoreLink" would cost $287 million and includes a BRT system along 14 miles of streets and additional stops along busy routes.

Management & Operations| November 15, 2016

Fla.'s HART, Transdev launch first mile, last mile solution

HyperLINK is a pilot program, subsidized by the State of Florida, which covers a three-mile radius surrounding four HART-designated transit stops in areas where passengers will benefit from improved access to the transit system.

Sustainability| November 15, 2016

CCCTA adds WAVE in-route wireless charging at BART station

The system uses a charging pad that lies flush with the pavement, is sturdy enough to be run over all day without damage, and wirelessly charges the bus during routine stops.

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