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MCI delivers 4 J4500s to Dallas operator

Motorcoach| April 28, 2016

The move marks a first in coaches for AJL International Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation, which enhances its 20-year highly successful business in corporate ground transportation.

5 companies form coalition to bring self-driving cars to market quicker

Management & Operations| April 28, 2016

Group includes Google, Ford, Uber, Volvo Cars and Lyft, with former NHTSA chief David Strickland serving as the coalition's counsel and spokesman.

Rail| April 28, 2016

FRA makes $25M available for rail infrastructure safety upgrades

Applicants can request funds for safety improvements to railroad infrastructure, including railroad crossings, track, tunnels, bridges, yards and other areas.

Security and Safety | April 28, 2016

Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority acquires radio spectrum for train communications

The agreement with Access 700 LLC, a subsidiary of Access Spectrum LLC, for 44 frequencies covering the lower section of the state, is critical for the development of secure and reliable train communication systems, such as PTC.

Bus| April 28, 2016

First Transit awarded Philadelphia American Airlines shuttle ops contract

The company will transport passengers on the ramp side of the airport between all terminals serving the airline. The contract also includes preventative maintenance.

Rail| April 27, 2016

NJ TRANSIT's Hudson-Bergen line running modified service for 3rd day

Service has been hampered since overhead catenary wires were yanked down when a dump truck lowered its bed two days ago. There is no timetable for the repair of the wires.

Rail| April 27, 2016

D.C. Metro rules out power cables as factor in recent smoke incident

Passengers aboard the train described a tense atmosphere, with smoke in some of the railcars, flames visible outside the train and the odor of electrical smoke evoking memories of the Jan. 12, 2015, L’Enfant Plaza Metro station incidnet that left one rider dead and scores sickened

Security and Safety | April 27, 2016

FRA identifies railroad crossings with most incidents over last decade

The list includes 15 crossings where 10 or more incidents have occurred during the last decade, with five of the crossings on the list in the state of Arizona, which accounted for a total of 89 incidents and 14 injuries.

Rail| April 27, 2016

Alstom awarded major re-signaling project in the UK

Collaborated with Network Rail to develop an interlocking solution based on Alstom’s Smartlock range that will be ready for ETCS installation allowing trains with ETCS capability to operate on that section of the line.

Management & Operations| April 26, 2016

MBTA commuter rail losing $35M to fare evaders, officials say

Keolis, which has operated the commuter rail since 2014, said it conducted a first-of-its-kind study to examine the system’s “long-standing” problem of riders either not paying or using sometimes elaborate ways to not pay full price on trains.

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