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N.Y. MTA prepares for snowstorm with army of workers, heavy equipment

Rail| January 22, 2016

Approximately 1,000 track workers will be deployed during the storm in addition to 800 station workers to keep stairs and platforms clear of snow. Personnel will have access to 262,500 pounds of calcium chloride and 200,000 pounds of sand to melt snow and ice.

BART to replace decoy cameras on trains with real ones

Security and Safety | January 22, 2016

As a result of the using decoys, the agency failed to capture video footage of a Jan. 9 fatal shooting of a man aboard a train at the West Oakland Station.

Bus| January 22, 2016

BusCon 2016's Call for Papers

conference planning committee is working on the 2016 schedule and is looking for your ideas. If you would like to help lead the conversation as a presenter, we want to hear from you.

Security and Safety | January 22, 2016

As storm approaches, D.C., Maryland to suspend weekend service

The region is bracing for a snow storm predicted to drop up to three-feet of snow. D.C. Metro calls the move "unprecedented."

Motorcoach| January 22, 2016

Silverado Stages adds 8 MCI J4500 coaches

It is the first time Silverado will feature the J4500 coach in its 130-coach fleet.

Motorcoach| January 21, 2016

S.F. bill would allow city to conduct extra bus safety inspections

The bill is part of a package of legislation introduced this month inspired by a tour bus crash in Union Square in November that injured 20 people.

Bus| January 21, 2016

Freightliner to invest $22.7M to expand facilities, improve operations

The investment will positively impact a number of key business operations for FCCC, including the construction of a new logistics center, as well as expansions of the current office building, employee parking lot, completed chassis parking, and loading/delivery operations.

Rail| January 21, 2016

Chicago's Metra customers use Ventra App for 1 millionth ride

The milestone was reached exactly two months after the app was launched by Metra, the Chicago Transit Authority and Pace.

Management & Operations| January 21, 2016

FTA celebrates opening of N.Y. intermodal hub

The project improves access to public transportation for thousands of New York City residents, and is another success for the U.S. Department’s TIGER grant program.

Security and Safety | January 21, 2016

Seattle man arrested for assaulting King County bus driver

A preliminary investigation found that the suspect was disruptive on the bus, yelling and cursing, while the driver was very professional and politely asked the man to calm down or he would have to get off the bus.

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