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FRA final rule requires rail systems to identify, reduce safety risks

Rail| August 2, 2016

The rule will help prevent potential safety problems from escalating and resulting in incidents, injuries or deaths.

Capital Area Transit partners with Amazon to provide job access

Bus| August 2, 2016

Using data provided by the company, CAT has rerouted four bus lines to serve the largest concentrations of Amazon workers and schedules have been altered to match the company's 12-hour shifts.

Management & Operations| August 2, 2016

Cincinnati Metro CEO receives COMTO leadership award

The Thomas G. Neusom Founders' Leadership Award is the highest honor bestowed by COMTO.

Accessibility| August 2, 2016

AMF-Bruns' products offers rear-end collision protection

n the 1970’s the company developed the first wheelchair safety system and invented the world’s first 4-point retractor wheelchair anchoring system.

Rail| August 2, 2016

Bombardier to supply 125 bi-level railcars to GO Transit

This order is valued at $328 million. Production is scheduled to start in Thunder Bay in Q2, 2018 and final delivery is expected in Q1, 2020.

Bus| August 2, 2016

Alexander Dennis names Kardos to regional director, N. America post

John Kardos brings over 25 years’ management and business development experience with OEM rail and bus manufacturers, having worked at Nova Bus (Volvo) and Bombardier Transportation, among other major firms in the market.

Rail| August 1, 2016

Brookville ships 4th off-wire capable streetcar to Dallas

BROOKVILLE Ships Fourth Off-Wire Capable Liberty Streetcar to Dallas, Completing Option Cars Order Ahead of Schedule
With Dallas deliveries complete, company is shifting focus to finalizing M-1 RAIL’s Detroit fleet for QLine.

Security and Safety | August 1, 2016

FTA rule to improve bus testing, safety, reliability

Existing procedures used by the FTA Bus Testing Facility will largely remain intact, but data generated will be used to apply a new 100-point scoring system to tested buses, making it easier to compare similarly sized bus models from different manufacturers.

Rail| August 1, 2016

Officials have yet to launch Rio's $3 billion subway for Olympics

Despite a massive investment, the new subway ends 8 miles short of the Athletes' Village, so riders heading to Olympic venues will have to take a bus.

University| August 1, 2016

MIT, Ford partner for on-demand, electric shuttle project

The project will introduce a fleet of on-demand electric vehicle shuttles that use LiDAR sensors and cameras to measure pedestrian flow, which ultimately helps predict demand for the shuttles.

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