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4ONE unveils new transit bus, motorcoach seating products

Management & Operations| July 7, 2015

After months of research and development and rigorous testing, the company is introducing its new GrabHold seating for mass transit buses and the newly redesigned Torino GT for motorcoach vehicles.

Calgary Transit cancels electronic fare collection contract

Management & Operations| July 7, 2015

Recent testing identified reliability issues with the EFC system and the supplier, Schneider, has now stated they will not be able to meet the agreed reliability targets for the system.

Management & Operations| July 7, 2015

Hadley re-locates interiors manufacturing to Mich.

An Interior sales and engineering office will remain in Elkhart, Ind., close to customers and suppliers in that area.

Rail| July 7, 2015

Bombardier wins 2 Transport for London contracts

The first contract is a Manufacturing and Supply Agreement covering the design, manufacture, commissioning and entry into service of 180 new vehicles, and the second is a 35-year Train Services Agreement providing maintenance for the new vehicles.

Bus| July 7, 2015

200 more countdown clocks coming new N.Y. bus stops

So far, just five bus stops in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island provide arrival times, though smartphone-equipped riders can track their bus on transit apps and the MTA’s Bus Time feature.

Management & Operations| July 7, 2015

Milwaukee County bus drivers end strike

Union leaders, though, say there are still a number of obstacles to reaching a new contract, with the biggest sticking point being the county’s plan to hire more part-time drivers, with fewer benefits than full-time drivers.

Security and Safety | July 7, 2015

FTA report finds drivers assaults up at D.C. Metro

The authority’s efforts to address the problem have been constrained, the FTA report said, by chronic farebox malfunctions — which can lead to driver-passenger disputes and violence.

Security and Safety | July 7, 2015

Dems push for increasing positive train control funding

Railroads currently have until Dec. 31 to install the positive train control system, which some Democrats have complained is an unfunded mandate, however, and some Republicans had pushed to move it back before the Amtrak crash in May.

Management & Operations| July 7, 2015

Transdev awarded Cincinnati streetcar operating contract

The alternate plan was for a "management" approach where current transit union workers would operate the streetcars.

University| July 6, 2015

St. Paul, Minn. campus offers car-, bike-sharing services

The services may be an even more valuable resource now that the Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities  has ended shuttle service between and handful of local campuses.

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