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Seattle's rail extension to U. of Washington opening in March

University| January 15, 2016

Will open ahead of schedule and more than $150 million under budget. Finalizing the launch of U Link includes finishing staff training and acquiring safety certification from the FTA.

MBTA, Samaritans launch suicide prevention campaign

Management & Operations| January 15, 2016

Digital signage will run messages daily offering a help line call and text number, while announcements will be made at key transit stations and will expand to cars and bus stations.

Accessibility| January 15, 2016

San Diego MTS stepping up wheelchair, priority seating enforcement

With the Board’s action to amend MTS Ordinance No. 13, refusal by a rider to vacate priority seating and wheelchair areas for persons with disabilities and the elderly upon request may result in a citation and fines up to $100.

Rail| January 15, 2016

Campaign launched to keep historic Seattle waterfront streetcars

The George Benson streetcars, named after the City Councilmember who brought them to the city, have been stored in a warehouse since being taken out of service in 2005.

Sustainability| January 15, 2016

BlueIndy car sharing service exceeds 1,000 members, 7,000 rides

In addition to a growing fleet of electric cars, BlueIndy is opening 20 new stations by the end of February 2016.

Government Issues| January 14, 2016

NTSB's Most Wanted List focuses on technology

The list calls for promoting both the availability of collision avoidance technology in highway vehicles and the completion of rail safety initiatives to prevent accidents. The list also calls for strengthening occupant protection in all modes of transportation

Security and Safety | January 14, 2016

AngelTrax debuts new driver behavior feature for MotoTrax

With instant alerts, advanced scoring algorithms and easy-to-read comparison charts, the Driver Behavior feature delivers critical information in a user-friendly interface.

Security and Safety | January 14, 2016

SEPTA Police now wearing body cameras

The $400,000 program, approved by the SEPTA Board in July, equips all 289 SEPTA Transit officers with Digital Ally First VU body cameras. The decision to equip the officers was made following a pilot program in which 15 officers tested cameras from 10 different vendors.

Management & Operations| January 14, 2016

Moovit adds bike sharing availability in 200 cities

users are able to do all of this from within one service, including finding and renting bikes from established services, like Santander Cycles in London, CityCycle in Brisbane, Australia or Bixi in Montreal.

Rail| January 14, 2016

Alstom achieved a good level of orders, sales for 3rd quarter

Booked a strong $2.6 billion of orders, a 46% increase compared to the same period last year. The group’s sales increased to $1.7 billion, up 7% compared to $1.6 billion over the third quarter 2014/15.

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