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26 Los Angeles County agencies now on TAP fare payment system

Management & Operations| September 18, 2015

The historic milestone signifies that all municipal transit agencies in L.A. County accept TAP as a universal fare media and passengers can transfer to bus or train from any transit provider.

SEPTA names Jeffrey Knueppel as its new GM

Management & Operations| September 18, 2015

Prior to his appointment, Knueppel, a 27-year veteran SEPTA employee, served as deputy GM in charge of two divisions — operations and engineering, maintenance and construction (EM&C), as well as several staff support departments.

Management & Operations| September 17, 2015

San Antonio's VIA honored for promoting healthy habits

Agency promotes employee wellness through a dedicated program call VIA Thrive, which includes such programs as onsite fitness classes, cardio equipment, activity-based challenges, employee health stations, a company 5K walk/run, and an annual health fair with biometric screenings.

Motorcoach| September 17, 2015

San Francisco's Leap Transit files for bankruptcy

In May, California regulators issued a cease-and-desist order to the company for running without permits. The company immediately said in an announcement it would be “offline” for the week, however, the service never returned.

Rail| September 17, 2015

Honolulu's rail project's shortfall could hit $1B

The updated figure assumes that it could be more costly to build rail than officials have already estimated, even factoring in the most recent price hikes, as the project enters “a more challenging, costly environment including the restricted Honolulu International Airport location and the urban City Center,” according to HART and city officials.

Sustainability| September 17, 2015

ROUSH CleanTech develops extended range tank for Ford E-450

With 64 usable gallons of propane autogas, the new tank holds 56% more fuel than the standard 41-usable gallon tank option.

Rail| September 16, 2015

HNTB Corp. to design Calif.'s OC Streetcar project

The company has worked with OCTA in the past to provide design services for the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo to San Juan Capistrano passing siding project and the Kraemer Boulevard railroad grade separation project.

Rail| September 16, 2015

NY MTA opens first new rail station in 2-plus decades

The $2.42 billion, 1.5-mile extension of the 7 Subway Line Icon Line to 34 St-11 Av was funded by the City of New York. City funding included $2.1 billion for the station in addition to $266 million for other non-subway related infrastructure work

Rail| September 16, 2015

Cincinnati unclear if streetcar manufacturer will pay fines

CAF USA previously informed the city it will not meet the original deadline, and now plans to deliver the first of five streetcar vehicles on Oct. 30, 43 days late. Under the contract, that would mean CAF USA would be expected to pay $43,000 in fines to the city.

Management & Operations| September 16, 2015

Fla.'s Tri-Rail installs Wi-Fi on all railcars

Installation is part of an upgrade package that also includes a GPS-enabled app to provide next train information for customers. The entire project was originally scheduled for completion by 2016, but the bidding process for app development begins early next year.

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