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CH Bus Sales delivers TS 45 to Maine operator

Motorcoach| January 5, 2016

Custom Coach & Limousine's 56 passenger TS 45 coach is equipped with top quality features, such as 110-volt plugs, USB outlets, Alcoa Durabright wheels and a Spheros Webasto preheater.

New Sound Transit light rail stations close to completion

University| January 4, 2016

Commuters will soon be able to go from downtown Seattle to the University of Washington in about eight minutes.

Sustainability| January 4, 2016

Ohio agency to break ground on hydrogen fuel-cell station

The station is part of the Stark Area Regional Transit Authority’s plan to add seven hydrogen fuel-cell buses by the end of 2017.

Management & Operations| January 4, 2016

GM invests $500M in Lyft

As part of the investment into Lyft, GM will work on developing an autonomous, on-demand network of self-driving cars.

University| January 4, 2016

U. of Utah shuttle driver dies after accident

Officials believe the driver likely experienced some kind of medical condition and crashed into a wall while the bus was being moved for cleaning.

Sustainability| December 30, 2015

CCW delivers converted electric bus to Calif. agency

After the ZEPS bus was delivered in late September, GTrans received a California Energy Commission grant to upgrade four more of its hybrid buses to electric.

Sustainability| December 30, 2015

CCW to deliver 5 ZEPS buses to Md. agency

The first electric bus for TransIT Services  is expected to be delivered in February with the other four following closely behind in the proceeding months.

Management & Operations| December 30, 2015

New York subway's 2015 highlights, lowlights ranked

The Straphangers Campaign released the top 10 best and top ten worst moments for riders earlier this week, with amNewYork putting the list in pictures.

Rail| December 30, 2015

Alstom increases stake in Transmashholding

Following the approximately $58.9 million deal, Alstom’s stake in TMH reached 33%. Alstom will retain two seats in the TMH board of directors.

Rail| December 30, 2015

Snow tests new MBTA winter preparation

Agency spent the past few months winterizing its system, hoping the preparation with prevent a repeat of last year. The prep included replacement of 10 miles of the third on the Red Line and putting third rail heaters on the Orange Line.

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