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Real estate sites now ranking cities based on auto-free living

Management & Operations| July 6, 2016

Trulia just launched its latest addition to its rental listings toolkit, a filter that allows consumers to search based on proximity to subways or major commuter train lines. It also recently ranked the top 10 cities based on transit commutes, with Portland, Ore., topping the list.

$759M FASTLANE grant list unveiled

Rail| July 6, 2016

As outlined by the FAST Act, U.S. DOT is required to notify the authorizing committees of jurisdiction of projects being awarded under the program. The list must remain with the committees for a 60-day review period before the agency can issue awards.

Management & Operations| July 6, 2016

MBTA selecting 'best' public transit app via contest

The most preferred app will be selected by the MBTA, after considering public comment, and announced in September 2016. The selected app will be featured prominently on the MBTA website for a full year, and be endorsed by the T.

Rail| July 6, 2016

Canadian government to provide $924M for Montreal projects

The federal government had previously committed to providing $775 million for public transit infrastructure in the Montreal area over the next three years.

Rail| July 6, 2016

SEPTA exploring all options, including borrowing trains

Meanwhile, Boston's MBTA is also inspecting some of its railcars manufactured by Hyundai Rotem as a precaution.

Management & Operations| July 5, 2016

Plan for NY MTA eTix mobile ticketing app rollout accelerated

The app, which was scheduled for completion by the end of 2016, will now be available to all LIRR and Metro-North riders by the end of this summer.

Management & Operations| July 5, 2016

Public transit, training crucial to connecting unemployed with jobs

The new study analyzes such employment mismatches in the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area and examines the potential of a new approach that integrates transit planning and workforce development.

Management & Operations| July 5, 2016

San Francisco trying to find new homes for tech shuttle hubs

The San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted to approve changes to the Commuter Shuttle Program in February, which resulted in the dismissal of an environmental appeal that threatened the program.

Rail| July 5, 2016

SEPTA removes 120 Silverliner V trains because of defect

For the foreseeable future, Regional Rail lines will run on a modified Saturday schedule after the trains were taken out of service when inspectors found a defect in the suspension system.

Sustainability| July 5, 2016

CCW upgrades ZEPS electric battery pack

The increase from 311 kWh to 375 kWh comes with no weight penalty, with the pack still weighing less than 4,000 pounds, maintaining ZEPS’ status as the industry’s lightest electric battery system.

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