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Detroit's M-1 begins testing streetcar line

Rail| August 24, 2016

The slow-moving "speeder" vehicle will travel the rail line as part of a testing regimen that ensures the route is free of obstructions.

Honolulu's rail executive director/CEO resigns

Rail| August 24, 2016

Dan Grabauskas will be paid the final year of contract as part of the separation agreement, a total of $282,250. The board appointed HART board member Mike Formby as acting CEO, effective immediately.

Rail| August 24, 2016

Sound Transit adding cell service in light rail tunnels

Cell service providers in Seattle can access the system through license agreements with Mobilitie, which is funding and maintaining the network under an agreement with Sound Transit.

Rail| August 24, 2016

Bombardier confirms maintenance contract in Germany

The contract covers maintenance of 257 TWINDEXX Vario double-deck coaches and TRAXX locomotives.

Rail| August 24, 2016

Metra rehabilitates Pullman Station

The project is part of Metra’s 2016 construction program, which includes approximately $200 million in infrastructure improvements to 27 stations.

Management & Operations| August 23, 2016

HDR's Schneider Honored by APTA

Michael Schneider was named Outstanding Public Transportation Business Member for 2016.

Management & Operations| August 23, 2016

Calif. agency to launch pilot with Uber, Lyft and taxicab companies

If the program saves money and provides a better level of service than currently provided by the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority, it could be extended to other Bay Area suburbs.

Rail| August 23, 2016

Cincinnati Streetcar signs up naming rights sponsor

Cincinnati Bell will pay $340,000 per year for 10 years under the agreement.

Motorcoach| August 23, 2016

FMCSA seeks comment on military driver pilot project

The three-year pilot program would allow a limited number of individuals between the ages of 18 and 21 to operate commercial motor vehicles in interstate commerce while in military service .

Rail| August 23, 2016

FTA re-allocates funds to WMATA Metrorail safety oversight work

The $900,000 in funds will be used to hire contractors to specifically participate in FTA’s oversight efforts in an effort to eventually transfer that knowledge and expertise to the new Metrorail Safety Commission.

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