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Keolis launches on-demand mobility service in Sydney suburb

Technology| March 29, 2018

The service is operated by Keolis Downer, Keolis’ Australian subsidiary, and powered by Via, developer of shared-ride technology.

Fla. students tour Palm Tran facilities

University| March 29, 2018

The tour was part of Garrett A. Morgan Shadow Day, an event celebrating African American achievements in transit.

Bus| March 28, 2018

Big Blue Bus upgrades fleet for sustainability and safety

The upgrades are part of a move to replace 50 New Flyer buses and commission 50 Gillig buses.

Technology| March 28, 2018

Intersection lands 10-year contract to sell, display ads on L.A. Metro rail system

The new technology upgrades will be aimed at helping Metro better communicate with their customers and help riders navigate the system.

Management & Operations| March 28, 2018

Capital Metro reveals 'Project Connect' plan calling for more rail, rapid bus lines

The Capital Metro board voted unanimously to ask the city of Austin to contribute up to $15 million for engineering and environmental analysis by including that money in a probable bond election this fall.

Rail| March 28, 2018

Italy's Trenatalia adding 54 more Alstom 'Pop' trains

Coradia Stream is an Electric Multiple Unit with maximum speed of approximately 99 mph in the regional version.

Rail| March 28, 2018

Siemens lands 8-vehicle order from OC Streetcar

The contract for the streetcars comes with the option to purchase up to 10 additional streetcars at a later date, if necessary.

Technology| March 27, 2018

Waymo CEO confident his tech would have avoided deadly AV crash

John Krafcik said that in the case of pedestrians or pedestrians with a bicycle, “we have a lot of confidence that our technology would be robust and would be able to handle situations like that one."

Rail| March 27, 2018

TfL completes biggest test of new Tube signaling system

Work to transform the world's oldest metro into one of the most modern is now well underway, and once complete it will improve reliability and boost capacity on 40% of the Tube network.

Management & Operations| March 27, 2018

Keolis, partners team for contactless payment in Dijon, France

The innovation, available throughout Dijon's two tram lines, will be extended to the city's bus routes in a second phase.

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