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Bridj, KCATA, Ford partner for urban mobility pilot project

Bus| February 11, 2016

The transformative program is the first U.S. public-private partnership that brings together a major U.S. transit agency, an automaker and an urban technology company with the aim of enhancing Kansas City’s existing mass transit system by providing greater access and mobility to residents.

Las Vegas to launch 'Innovation District'

Management & Operations| February 11, 2016

Officials are set to test out emerging technologies in the city’s tourism core,with the city hoping to capitalize on its long relationship with companies from the Computer Electronics Show.

Security and Safety | February 11, 2016

REI releases audio/video equipment catalog

The catalog features an easy-to-reference table of contents with full-color product thumbnails, in-depth product descriptions, crisp photography, cable and connector details, and quick reference charts.

Management & Operations| February 11, 2016

Kevin Desmond to lead Vancouver's Translink

During his tenure, Metro Transit launched light rail and streetcar service, several bus rapid transit lines, grew transit ridership by 44%, and rolled out the ORCA Card – much like TransLink’s Compass Card.

Rail| February 10, 2016

OC Streetcar receives $125M federal funding boost

Funding identified in President Obama’s 2016-17 budget for 4.1-mile Santa Ana/Garden Grove project.

Management & Operations| February 10, 2016

Translink set to name King County's Desmond as CEO

He has also served as the chief of operations planning for New York City Transit, which includes bus and subway operations.

Government Issues| February 10, 2016

Foxx unveils $98B budget to expand safe, clean transportation options

The budget reflects an ambitious 30-year vision for the U.S. DOT to take the U.S. “Beyond Traffic,” toward a transportation network that matches the changing geography of where people live and work and fosters innovation and adapts to evolving technology.

Rail| February 10, 2016

South Phoenix rail extension on track to launch a decade early

The planned extension will be the first project to get a boost from the city's Transportation 2050 program, which raised sales taxes to fund bus, street and light-rail improvements.

Rail| February 10, 2016

D.C. Metro train runs red light, faces another train head-on

No one was injured in the incident, but two Metro employees — a train operator and a rail operations controller — have been removed from duty pending the investigation.

Security and Safety | February 9, 2016

Boston Gov. says MBTA performing at 'satisfactory' level during snowstorm

The MBTA did not report any major issues Monday morning, with about 91% of commuter rail trains on-time during the morning commute, putting it about in line with a normal weekday.

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