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Wash.'s Intercity Transit to install Urban Solar LED lighting systems

Management & Operations| August 30, 2016

The agency chose the company's RMS-60F model for its shelters and the PV-Stop for bus stop poles.

CH Bus Sales delivers Temsa TS35Es, TS45 to Midwest

Motorcoach| August 30, 2016

Operators adding coaches include Mishawaka, Ind.'s Royal Excursions; Caseyville, Ill.'s Vandalia Bus Lines; and Cedar Springs, Mich.'s Compass Coach.

Security and Safety | August 30, 2016

NTSB opens docket on 2015's Calif. Metrolink crash

The accident happened when a commuter train carrying 51 passengers and three crewmembers, collided with a 2005 Ford F450 utility service truck towing a two-axle utility trailer.

Rail| August 30, 2016

WMATA launches Wi-Fi pilot at six Metrorail stations

The service, part of the GM’s Customer Accountability Report initiatives, will be available for 45 days. After that time, the service will be suspended while the pilot program is evaluated.

Bus| August 29, 2016

Arrow Stage hosts Veterans Strong Appreciation Event

Over 200 guests attended to witness the evening’s main event, the unveiling of the full-sized custom Arrow Stage Lines’ Veteran Strong motorcoach. 

Bus| August 29, 2016

SFRTA unveils new Tri-Rail commuter connector

The fleet of 28 new vehicles and 2 refurbished vehicles will replace the existing Tri-Rail shuttle buses.

Bus| August 29, 2016

St. Louis Metro recognized for maintenance and asset management

Bus maintenance program has been able to extend the lifespan of buses by 25% and decrease the rate of breakdowns by 85%.

University| August 29, 2016

RedCoach announces on-demand entertainment, university partnership

In a partnership with Florida International University, the company will unveil a new multi-motor transportation hub, giving students, faculty and area residents' access to 10 cities throughout the state.

Rail| August 26, 2016

Amtrak signs contract with Alstom for new generation, high-speed train

Funding for the trains will come from a $2.45 billion loan via a U.S. DOT railroad rehabilitation program – marking the largest single loan in the agency’s history.

Motorcoach| August 26, 2016

Feds propose speed limiters for motorcoaches, trucks

The proposal discusses the benefits of setting the maximum speed at 60, 65, and 68 miles per hour, but the agencies will consider other speeds based on public input.

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