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NYC Transit rebounds quickly from near record weekend blizzard

Management & Operations| January 27, 2016

The Monday morning rush was as near normal as possible considering the city had been battered by 26.8 inches of snow as measured at Central Park.

Alstom consortium to upgrade signaling system for Italian line

Rail| January 27, 2016

The project, which will take two-and-a-half years to be completed, will allow the operator to manage the circulation of trains safely and in accordance with the latest regulations governing computerised interlocking systems.

Rail| January 27, 2016

Sound Transit light rail extension opening in March, $150M under budget

The University Link extension is expected to add up to 12 million more annual riders on the light rail system by 2020.

Bus| January 26, 2016

'Off route' Calif. bus driver runs double-decker into bridge

According to the agency transit manager, the driver “got off route” and drove under the bridge, though why is still under investigation. The bus was out-of-service and had no passengers at the time.

Management & Operations| January 26, 2016

AECOM to conduct Capital Metro's Central Corridor Transit analysis

The study is intended to accomplish three key goals: identify short term solutions, identify longer term projects, and develop a funding strategy and timeline for the proposed infrastructure projects.

Management & Operations| January 26, 2016

Metrolink taps Masabi for mobile ticketing

The JustRide platform comprises award-winning apps for ticket purchase, display and inspection, with back-end infrastructure for secure payments, ticket management, customer service, reporting and real-time analytics.

Management & Operations| January 26, 2016

Advocates raise privacy concerns over TransLink's smart card system

Transit Police have the ability to track a rider’s past 10 “taps” using hand-held units to check if cards are stolen, expired, have a valid tap-in and contain a valid fare.

Rail| January 26, 2016

Siemens completes first car shell for Florida's Brightline rail service

More than 70 employees at Siemens’ state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Sacramento have worked on building this 85-foot-long first coach car, using more than 50,000 welds to fuse it together.

Management & Operations| January 25, 2016

Northeast transit agencies slowly recovering following 'Snowzilla'

With Winter Storm Jonas dropping more than 25 inches of snow throughout several areas in the Northeast, WMATA, Maryland Transit and New York MTA all began some form of service for the Monday morning commute.

University| January 25, 2016

U. of Nebraska-Lincoln policy prohibits electronic device use while driving

New distracted driving policy prohibits drivers from “creating, sending or reviewing text messages or email, accessing the Internet for any purpose, electronic gaming and reading any printed material on an electronic device or in paper form while operating a university motor vehicle.

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