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Honolulu's rail tax came in $8M short last quarter

Management & Operations| August 4, 2015

Overall, HART has collected a total of $1.52 billion in surcharge revenue for the rail project, which is about  39 million, or 1.18%, below projections.

Obama scolds Congress at highway bill signing

Government Issues| August 3, 2015

Obama, who has long pushed for a multi-year highway bill, said he had no choice but to sign the short-term measure to prevent an interruption of money for roads and bridges during the busy summer construction season.

University| August 3, 2015

Carpenter Bus Sales launches college scholarship

Owner and president of company, Henry Headden, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, wants to help students achieve their educational dreams.

University| August 3, 2015

New bus stop provides key link for Conn. College students

The local transportation system has long had a route that passes by the college, which runs under a "flag-down" system, requiring riders to stand anywhere on the route and wave at the bus when it passes, hoping that it stops.

Bus| August 3, 2015

BYD zero-emission buses used to transport 2015 World Games athletes

Both the cities of Los Angeles and Long Beach have opted to purchase 100% battery-electric transit buses from BYD Motors in each of their latest procurements.

University| August 3, 2015

MBTA leadership team divided into 2 positions

The chief administrator will focus on the fiscal health of the organization, enabling the general manager to focus on improving service for customers.

Security and Safety | July 31, 2015

KCATA wins $174K anti-terrorism grant

About $100,000 will go toward developing a blueprint for coordinating with local law enforcement and other public safety agencies responding to any terrorist incident on a bus or affecting bus service.

Security and Safety | July 31, 2015

N.Y. MTA testing Vision Quest pedestrian, bicyclist warning system

The extra protection for drivers features cameras, which could be mounted inside and outside the bus. There are three displays — right, left and center — that alert a driver with sound and light to step on the brakes or turn.

Sustainability| July 31, 2015

Trillium wins Buffalo, N.Y. CNG fueling contract

The new CNG fueling facility will feature two 250-hp compressors, producing 700 standard cubic feet per minute, with options for up to three more. The station will allow for fueling from four dispensers.

Government Issues| July 31, 2015

Pres. Obama nominates former MBTA GM Scott to member of NTSB

In addition to leading the MBTA, Scott was Massachusetts Department of Transportation Rail & Transit Administrator, roles she held from 2012 to April 2015. 

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