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After Twitter feed change, Transport for London re-evaluating usage

Management & Operations| February 16, 2016

Officials are reportedly in talks with Twitter to figure out if there is a way they can still use the service to update riders. Twitter recently changed the ordering of its feed from chronological to most popular.

NJ TRANSIT adding 332 more MCI Commuter Coaches

Bus| February 16, 2016

This additional board authorization now increases the total number of approved options contract to 1,104 over the next six years, with a total value of approximately $561 million.

Accessibility| February 12, 2016

Conn. magnet school students create paratransit app

MT4D will help people with disabilities use ADA paratransit companies to get from point A to point B with minimum problems as possible.

Security and Safety | February 12, 2016

Montreal transit agency to pay $3,140 to assaulted paratransit client

The client was reportedly punched in the face several times for no reason by another person being transported.

University| February 12, 2016

MBTA chairman wants to explore university pass program

Under the plan, schools would provide every student with a pass, potentially making up the cost by charging for the monthly pass as part of students’ tuition and fees.

Rail| February 12, 2016

Metra Electric's original Highliner railcars officially retired

The railcars began serving customers on the Illinois Central, now the Metra Electric Line, on May 31, 1971. Federal funds covered two-thirds of the $40 million cost and the IC paid the rest.

Rail| February 12, 2016

Bombardier wins Edmonton light rail contract

Will be responsible for the design and supply of the vehicles, signaling, communications, power supply and distribution, overhead catenary system and related depot equipment. Bombardier's scope is valued at approximately $280 million.

Bus| February 11, 2016

AVTA to become nation's first 100% electric bus fleet

BYD Motors will build and deliver a variety of all-electric bus models including a 40-foot low-floor transit bus, a 60-foot low-floor articulated bus, and a 45-foot commuter coach.

Rail| February 11, 2016

Calif. high-speed rail lawsuit back in court

Attorneys for a group of Central Valley farmers will argue in Sacramento County Superior Court that the state can no longer assure Californians of the claims made in 2008.

Management & Operations| February 11, 2016

American Seating's sales team adds, promotes in key positions

Sonny Gordon has been promoted to the position of national sales director, central and western U.S., with Karen Dhanie joining the company as national sales director, southern and eastern U.S.

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