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LA Metro to add 5 electric artics, eight charging stations for BRT route

Sustainability| November 4, 2016

The Orange Line will be the highest ridership transit service ever tested for all-electric operation. The project is expected to demonstrate the durability and reliability of lithium-ion battery technology for high ridership transit lines.

Tramways have significantly lower CO2 emissions than BRT, study says

Sustainability| November 4, 2016

The study concluded that over a 30-year lifetime, a tramway system emits about 50 percent of the CO2 as a BRT system operated with diesel buses, and about 30 percent less CO2 than a BRT system operated with hybrid buses.

Management & Operations| November 3, 2016

Meet the person behind the 'voice' of Ottawa public transit

In this Q&A, Doucet talks about how he was chosen for the job, the process of recording announcements and what he thinks about hearing his own voice on the train.

Management & Operations| November 3, 2016

Conn. taxi co. chief selected to lead Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Assoc.

Bill Scalzi bought Metro Taxi in New Haven when he was just 29 years old, starting with 15 cars.

Sustainability| November 3, 2016

Flint MTA to test Proterra hydrogen fuel cell bus

Part of the year-long study will be to see how the bus tests in a cold environment, as it has only been run in warmer climates, according to MTA officials.

Government Issues| November 3, 2016

Phoenix held up as model for voters weighing $200B in transit measures

Mayor Greg Stanton, on the call organized by the Center for Transportation Excellence and APTA, talked about the city’s passage last year of an increase in the sales tax.

Management & Operations| November 3, 2016

Pittsburgh's Port Authority launches fare change outreach campaign

In April, board members approved sweeping changes to the agency's fare policy, including the replacement of multiple fare zones with a single-zone fare.

Motorcoach| November 3, 2016

MCI delivers J4500s to Cline Tours, Lamers Bus Lines

Cline’s new vehicles includes optional amenities such as power outlets, satellite TV, and Wi-Fi, as well as standard safety features including three-point passenger seatbelts, electronic stability control, and a Bendix braking system for car-like control.

Sustainability| November 3, 2016

Mass. agency adds XL Hybrids' Hybrid-Electric Drive System

The new BRTA minibuses are also equipped with XL Hybrids’ XL Link™ cloud-based fleet vehicle connectivity and analytics system, which measures MPG performance, fuel savings, and CO2 reduction.

Bus| November 3, 2016

CCW begins bus delivery for First Group's Calif. system

The scope of work varied from bus to bus depending on the initial inspection; they are being inspected for repairs while other parts are already scheduled for replacement.

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