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UConn removes radios from all of its buses

University| October 26, 2015

The move was made after several complaints about the volume or genre of music, as well as to “reduce potential distractions in the bus.”

Hoverboard usage growing on college campuses

University| October 26, 2015

Some of devices can go up to 12 mph, handle bumps and small debris without trouble and take about two to three hours to charge.

Security and Safety | October 26, 2015

Safety officials recommend 4 tips for using Uber

Verify the identity of the driver and their car before getting in is one of the recommendations.

Management & Operations| October 26, 2015

Mazza to fill newly-created NAIPTA deputy GM role

Will continue to oversee planning and development, and will now also be charged with leading the marketing, facilities, and information technology functions.

Management & Operations| October 26, 2015

DART collaborates with Lyft to provide new first-/last-mile option

DART also is collaborating with the car sharing service ZipCar and the ride sharing app Uber to help its customers make a complete trip.

Government Issues| October 23, 2015

Miami creates mass transit trust fund

Commissioner Francis Suarez began pushing for the trust fund several months ago as the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority sought $69 million from public entities to bring Tri-Rail trains downtown.

Rail| October 23, 2015

Alstom’s tram factory in Brazil equipped with a test track

The test track — which is approximately a quarter-mile long — is powered via catenaries, enabling Citadis trams to run at speeds of 25 mph.

Sustainability| October 23, 2015

Alaska Coach Tours test fully-electric BYD motorcoach

The operation provided tours onboard the electric bus to the Mendenhall Glacier during the Alaska Tourism Industry Association's convention with proceeds being donated to Adventure Green which promotes sustainable tourism in Alaska.

Government Issues| October 22, 2015

House T&I approves surface transportation bill

However, according to U.S. PIRG, it is anticipated that the House will only provide funding for the first three years, requiring Congress to identify a new source of funding at the end of 2018.

Security and Safety | October 22, 2015

San Francisco cell phone robber arrested after trying to transfer

According to a report, the man used a semi-automatic handgun to rob the two people, then got off of that bus and got onto the next bus at that same stop.

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