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Student studies pros, cons of Denver's P3 commuter rail partnership

Rail| January 9, 2017

The Eagle P3 serves as a case study for a University of Denver doctoral student's dissertation, which includes assessing the project’s unique public-private aspect from both a financial and social perspective.

U. of Minn. study ranks accessibility to jobs by transit in top U.S. cities

University| January 9, 2017

The findings have a range of uses and implications. State departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, and transit agencies can apply the evaluations to performance goals related to congestion, reliability, and sustainability.

Management & Operations| January 9, 2017

Calif.'s Santa Clara VTA proposes major service overhaul

Hopes to vote on the proposal, which will be shopped for comment in a series of nine public hearings, by April. The plan would impact nearly all of its 70 bus lines, plus 42 miles of light rail.

Management & Operations| January 9, 2017

NY MTA completes underground cell connectivity a year ahead of schedule

In addition, through a pact with Transit Wireless, Wi-Fi has been installed in underground stations a full two years ahead of schedule.

Rail| January 9, 2017

LIRR crash investigation focused on engineer's text, sleep patterns

Investigators added that experts in analyzing tracks, signals, mechanics and human performance, and other specialists were examining as many factors as possible that may have led to the crash.

Rail| January 9, 2017

Chicago's Red, Purple Line extension plan lands $1B fed investment

The Full-Funding Grant Agreement with the FTA is the final step in securing the funding needed for the $2.1 billion first phase of the RPM project.

Management & Operations| January 9, 2017

San Francisco lands federal advanced transportation tech grant

San Francisco's projects funded by this grant build on the partnerships and ideas developed for U.S. DOT’s original Smart City Challenge.

Bus| January 9, 2017

New Flyer to deliver 100 Xcelsior buses to Houston METRO

The contract for this new order of XD40’s is valued at approximately $46.8 million and will be used to replace some of METRO’s transit buses that have reached the end of their useful life. Delivery of these buses is planned for 2018.

Bus| January 6, 2017

Alexander Dennis doubles manufacturing footprint in N. America

ADI will invest in excess of $1.5 million to transform the existing facility in Nappanee, Ind.

Management & Operations| January 6, 2017

Multi-Contact changes name to Stäubli Electrical Connectors Inc.

The name change reflects the organization’s connection with a company recognized for sustainable reliability, long-term partnership, technological innovation, and excellent sales and service expertise.

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