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Letter to feds spelled out NJ Transit manpower issues prior to crash

Security and Safety | November 13, 2017

In the letter, the agency's VP/GM, rail operations, detailed the losses: 93 non-union employees had retired from NJ Transit, or sought work elsewhere, between January 2014 and July 2016. Combined, their experience totaled 2,339 years.

Nearly 90% of public transit ballot initiatives pass in 2017

Government Issues| November 13, 2017

Throughout the country this year, voters in 17 states and communities of all sizes voted for increased investment in public transportation, bringing the success rate to nearly 90% (87.5%), according to the American Public Transportation Association

Sustainability| November 13, 2017

Greensboro Transit orders Proterra electric buses

They are expected to save the City an estimated $325,000 per bus in operating costs over their lifespan. 

Motorcoach| November 13, 2017

Van Hool delivers 3 motorcoaches to D.C. transportation company

Chariots for Hire ordered two 56-passenger CX45 and one 40-passenger CX35 motorcoaches this year.

Rail| November 13, 2017

Alstom to deliver 27 'Jazz' trains to Trenitalia

The delivery is part of an order worth about $198 million.

Management & Operations| November 13, 2017

Visa introduces global contactless transit payment program

A company study found that transit agencies spend an average of 14.5 cents of every physical dollar collected, compared to only 4.2 cents for every digital dollar.

University| November 13, 2017

UCLA orders Motiv-powered all-electric shuttle bus

Developed in partnership with Commercial Fleet Financing, the shuttle bus is projected to be delivered in early 2018.

Shuttle| November 9, 2017

Rideshare startup to launch on-demand public transit in 2 U.S. cities

Arlington, Texas and West Sacramento, Calif. have selected Via, a technology developer and provider of dynamic on-demand shared rides, to launch a comprehensive on-demand public transit solution for both cities.

Security and Safety | November 9, 2017

Dozens of NJ Transit engineers diagnosed with sleep apnea

In response to a deadly September 2016 train crash, the agency updated its screening process for sleeping disorders.

Bus| November 9, 2017

Proterra supplies Louisiana's first battery-electric bus fleet

Five Proterra Catalyst E2 vehicles were purchased through the FTA's Low or No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Grant.

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