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D.C. Metro shuts down rail service for emergency inspections

Security and Safety | March 16, 2016

The unprecedented action follows the early Monday morning electrical fire involving a cable in the tunnel outside McPherson Square Station.

Uber and Lyft users more likely to use public transit frequently, study says

Management & Operations| March 15, 2016

This is a gateway to a car-lite lifestyle, with users owning fewer cars in a household, researchers say.

Motorcoach| March 15, 2016

FMCSA extends Bus Leasing and Interchange compliance date

The one-year extension from January 2017 to January 2018 will allow FMCSA a sufficient opportunity to review and, where appropriate, make adjustments due to a number of petitions for reconsideration.

Rail| March 15, 2016

Amtrak engineer notices 'significant bend' before Kansas train derailment

Local authorities said they were checking whether a vehicle crash may have damaged the track before the accident.

Government Issues| March 15, 2016

FTA issues Final Rule to strengthen state oversight of rail systems

Applies to states where a rail transit system operates and carries out several explicit Federal statutory requirements, including that a state must submit its State Safety Oversight program to FTA for certification.

Rail| March 15, 2016

Chicago's Metra to conduct 45 safety blitzes at train stations this year

Events will be held across the six-county region to raise awarenesss about train and grade crossing safety.

Management & Operations| March 15, 2016

ElDorado National-Kansas debuts new logo

The cutaway bus manufacturer revealed a new streamlined logo this week, which drops National-Kansas in favor of simply ElDorado.

Management & Operations| March 15, 2016

WSP | PB appoints engineer Maurath to head L.A. office

Maurath has over 30 years of experience and served as operations manager of the L.A. office for six years.

Management & Operations| March 14, 2016

NJ TRANSIT, rail workers reach agreement, avoid strike

In addition, Gov. Chris Christie said the deal won't lead to the need for a fare hike or service cuts, at least through June 2017.

Accessibility| March 14, 2016

Fla.'s SCAT paratransit service set to be privatized

The move lowers operations costs from $39 a passenger to $33, saving taxpayers $600,000 a year. SCAT made 181,000 trips last year and expects to 184,000 this year.

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