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Metra expands online ticket payment options

Rail| September 30, 2015

Customers who purchase tickets for the Northeast Illinois commuter rail system through the agency’s website now have the ability to split their payments among credit and debit cards, including pre-tax transit benefit debit cards.

METRO, PERC, MSBMA honor top fleets at BusCon 2015

Management & Operations| September 30, 2015

Awards handed out during the Breakfast Awards Ceremony honor fleets around the U.S. and Canada for innovative initiatives, domestic propane autogas usage and ongoing support for the medium-sized vehicle industry.

Rail| September 29, 2015

Las Vegas high-speed rail partners up, Authority meets

The joint venture says construction could begin in September 2016 once it has acquired all the necessary approvals.

Management & Operations| September 29, 2015

L.A. Metro announces first chief innovation officer

Metro CEO Phillip Washington taps nationally recognized transportation expert Dr. Joshua L. Schank to head newly created office of extraordinary innovation.

Management & Operations| September 29, 2015

Minn. Metro seeks to partner for car-sharing vision

One of the driving ideas behind a new system is the use of a single tool, such as an app or fare card, that could access "all non-drive-alone modes" of transportation.

Management & Operations| September 29, 2015

Lane Transit District names GM finalists

The three finalists are Aurora Jackson, director of transportation for Montebello Bus Lines in Montebello, Calif.; Stephen Spade, transit director for Wichita Transit in Wichita, Kan.; and Andy Vobora, director of customer service and planning at Lane Transit District in Eugene, Ore.

Management & Operations| September 29, 2015

Utah Transit Authority begins search for new president/CEO

The announcement follows the retirement last month of former President/CEO Michael Allegra, who had been leading the agency since 2010.

Management & Operations| September 28, 2015

SPX Genfare changes name to Genfare

In addition, with the recent introduction of Genfare Link, the company now offers a comprehensive, fully integrated digital solutions suite to help transit operators more efficiently manage, measure and maintain fare revenue collection.

Accessibility| September 25, 2015

S.D. council softening stance against raising paratransit fares

The about-face came just six days after an internal audit of the city's public transportation system was released to the council. In it is a recommendation to raise paratransit rates to $2.50 a ride from the $2 fee riders have paid since 1996.

Accessibility| September 25, 2015

AC Transit, BART celebrates ADA's 25th anniversary, new paratransit office

Since the ADA’s signing in 1990, AC Transit and BART have worked to ensure disabled residents are able to enjoy the many benefits of public transportation. The two agencies joined together in 1994 to form the East Bay Paratransit Consortium.

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