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FTA updates Congress on D.C. Metrorail safety oversight

Security and Safety | April 14, 2016

Reported that it has conducted more than 100 inspections and directed millions in Federal funds to support safety priorities in its first six months of temporary safety oversight.

RideScout, GlobeSherpa merge to become moovel North America

Management & Operations| April 14, 2016

The company works to bring mobility solutions for public and alternative transportation options to North American cities through two distinctive but complementary products: moovel transit and RideTap.

Rail| April 13, 2016

Inflatable train seat design gives commuters 40% more space

The futuristic railcar interior, likened to a ‘bouncy castle’ by the designers, was developed as part of a train rolling stock design competition.

Security and Safety | April 13, 2016

D.C. Metro hires NYCT's Lavin as chief safety officer

In his current role in NYCT’s safety department, Patrick Lavin performs in-depth investigations into rail and bus accidents, including mainline rail incidents such as derailments and collisions.

Management & Operations| April 13, 2016

BART, labor unions reach tentative agreement, avoid possible strike

The contract agreement, which extends the contract negotiated after strikes took place in 2013, includes a raise of 10.5% per employee, spread over four years.

Management & Operations| April 13, 2016

Joyce Rose joins WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

In her new position, she will provide client services nationwide relating to transit/rail operations safety and security.

Rail| April 13, 2016

NJ TRANSIT defends audio surveillance usage

Interim Executive Director Dennis Martin said the agency is using whatever tools at its disposal to “deter criminal activity” and keep passengers safe, citing global terror attacks.

Bus| April 12, 2016

N.C. agency to add up to 53 buses over 5-year period

Nearly one-half of Chapel Hill Transit’s 99 bus fleet is more than 14 years old, with the oldest buses more than 20 years old. The town could buy up to 25 buses over the next 12 months.

Management & Operations| April 12, 2016

Orlando's Lynx narrows CEO search to 5 candidates

The permanent job has been vacant since last year, when former CEO John Lewis left to take over N.C.’s Charlotte Area Transit System. Three of five finalists have transit experience in the state of Florida.

Management & Operations| April 12, 2016

Wash.'s Pierce Transit to restore 59,000 service hours

Hours were cut during the recession a few years ago. The agency's board also approved the purchase of seven new buses at a total price of $4.5 million to meet its service goals.

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