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D.C. Metro debuts CNG buses for the holidays

Sustainability| December 21, 2015

Placed in service the first five new 40-foot compressed natural gas buses under a large order of nearly 300 buses to replace Metro's oldest vehicles and improve customer convenience for the 450,000 riders who take Metrobus each weekday.

Nashville MTA unveils new tracking technology for bus system

Bus| December 21, 2015

The new tracking technology is available to the public for beta testing and feedback now as the Nashville MTA makes final tweaks to the system before the full launch of the new system in late January.

Motorcoach| December 18, 2015

MCI delivers J4500s to Atlanta, Texas

In addition to luxury leather seating and wood grain appointments, Cooper Global Chauffeured Transportation's new coaches are equipped with Wi-Fi, satellite television and 110-volt/USB outlets.

 

Security and Safety | December 18, 2015

D.C. Metro expands Close Call Reporting to bus operations

The program will allow bus employees, including those represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 922 to report safety concerns that otherwise might go unreported without fear of possible discipline.

Management & Operations| December 18, 2015

MBTA fires operator of driverless train

Officials had previously said the operator got off the train to put it into “bypass mode” after receiving permission to override a signal problem.

Rail| December 18, 2015

Bombardier-Alstom consortium to supply double-deck cars to Belgium

The total order to supply of to 1,362 M7 cars is valued at $3.6 billion. Bombardier's part is worth around $2.3 billion, while Alstom's share is worth $1.3 billion.

Security and Safety | December 18, 2015

Houston Metro campaign to fight back against bus operator assaults

The campaign, including signs and posters that say “Respect is Mutual,” follows a 73% increase in assaults on operators this year compared to 2014.

Rail| December 17, 2015

Alstom unveils train design for Italian high-speed rail network

This new train, an evolution of the former Pendolino high speed train, can reach a maximum speed of 155 mph. Measuring 614 feet long, the train will be composed of 7 cars accommodating around 480 passengers.

Security and Safety | December 17, 2015

Ohio bus driver robbed, assaulted

Surveillance video obtained by the station shows the suspect snatching the unidentified driver’s purse while exiting the bus. The video later shows the suspect dragging the driver off the bus while she clings to her purse.

Bus| December 17, 2015

REV Group announces new logo, website for Goshen Coach

New logo, which is reflective of changes to manufacturing process and the quality of buses, embodies the stronger image and performance the company aims to achieve in the marketplace, accordind to officials.

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