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Transdev to run autonomous shuttle pilot in Jacksonville

Technology| January 24, 2018

The pilot program will focus on the long-term feasibility of implementing autonomous transit into existing and planned routes along the city’s downtown riverfront.

NY MTA approves $1.4B purchase of 535 new railcars

Rail| January 24, 2018

As part of the contract awarded to Kawasaki Rail, the new subway cars will be built in New York and Nebraska. 

Rail| January 24, 2018

Audit request for Calif. bullet train now includes key Democrat

The request comes a week after the rail authority disclosed that the cost of building the first 119 miles in the Central Valley is forecast to jump by $4 billion.

Rail| January 24, 2018

World’s largest subway system goes cashless, adopts QR code

On average, as many as 10 million people, more than Hong Kong’s population, take the Shanghai subway.

Rail| January 24, 2018

Officials' vote narrowly saves Fort Lauderdale streetcar project

The commissioners agreed to allow the state to seek new construction proposals for the $195.3 million project, if Fort Lauderdale’s city commission and its Downtown Development Authority renew their commitments to the project.

Rail| January 24, 2018

Calif. SMART officials await $20M in funding for rail extension

Fed officials say 'the project is in the project development phase of the Federal Transit Administration’s Capital Investment Grants program and undergoing review.”

Technology| January 24, 2018

UK city submits plans for 'very light rail' innovation center

Research will explore ways to reduce the weight and cost of carriages and track to provide a cheaper alternative to heavy rail and metro systems for connections between suburban and rural areas.

Motorcoach| January 23, 2018

Apple, Google employee shuttles rerouting after attacks

At least five Apple shuttles had their windows smashed with either rocks or a pellet gun while transporting employees on Highway 280.

Management & Operations| January 23, 2018

Governor orders NJ Transit audit

The audit will include a review of NJ Transit's finances, leadership structure, hiring process, and customer service.

Management & Operations| January 23, 2018

North American Bikeshare Assoc. names president, VP, secretary

For the first time, the organization is led by all women in the roles of executive director, president, VP, and secretary. Out of a 15-person board, six are women.

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