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NJ TRANSIT juggles next year's budget to fill $46M budget gap

Management & Operations| June 16, 2016

The agency will keep its operating budget essentially flat and reduce spending on construction projects by $416 million. The agency plans to spend $2.111 billion on operations in fiscal year 2017, which is $4.5 million less than this year.

11th annual 'Dump the Pump Day' encourages drivers to use transit

Sustainability| June 16, 2016

Every year U.S. public transportation use saves 37 million metric tons of carbon emissions and 4.2 billion gallons of gasoline.

Rail| June 15, 2016

Amtrak, MTA install new backup generator at Baltimore Penn Station

The reliable supply of power is essential to Baltimore, which is the eighth busiest station in Amtrak’s national network, serving approximately three million passengers in fiscal year 2015.

Rail| June 15, 2016

Calif. HSR lawsuit delays cost $63 million, 17 months

The lawsuit had tied up access to financing and officials said nearly 500 appraisals for land along the route became outdated during that time.

Rail| June 15, 2016

Hampton Roads to study 2 light rail routes to Naval Station

The departure from previous plans to pick the preferred route and move forward with just one environmental study comes after the FTA suggested the move.

Rail| June 15, 2016

M-1's Brookville streetcars on pace for fall delivery

The $140 million project is on schedule to begin moving passengers on the 3.3-mile route next spring.

Rail| June 15, 2016

Alstom's Regiolis trains reach end-of-warranty milestone

To date, 137 Regiolis have been delivered to eight French regions.

Rail| June 15, 2016

DART Rail celebrates 20th year in service

Debuting June 14, 1996 with an 11-mile network, DART Rail today is 90 miles long and has 62 stations in eight cities.

Bus| June 14, 2016

Fitness studio aims to merge spinning class with bus

The 45-minute classes will cost $17 to $21, and the bus will travel along the most popular commuter routes in London.

Sustainability| June 14, 2016

Electrovaya signs MOU to deliver Lithium-Ion cells for electric buses

Will provide its cells with unparalleled safety and cycle-life performance to the OEM. The OEM will assemble the cells into electric-bus batteries. Deliveries start in the fourth quarter and then grow quickly into 2017.

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