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

Security and Safety | July 7, 2015

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.

Dems push for increasing positive train control funding

Security and Safety | July 7, 2015

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.

University| July 6, 2015

Electric campus shuttle helps U. of Alaska Fairbanks reduce footprint

The roughly $40,000 investment in the shuttle was made by the UAF Office of Sustainability, which is supported by a $20-per-semester fee on each student at the school.

University| July 6, 2015

U. of North Georgia adding parking

Also, a parking app is under development to help students identify which commuter lots on the Dahlonega Campus have open spaces.

University| July 6, 2015

U. of N. Dakota, city officials partner to enhance community livability

Discussions include the concept of creating a light rail speedy transit system with buses, which would include updating bus stops with Wi-Fi and developing an app that would track incoming buses.

University| July 6, 2015

U. of Delaware to study solar use on hybrid fuel-cell shuttle buses

The program currently includes two 22-foot, 22-seat transit buses equipped with nickel-cadmium batteries to meet the power demand of the buses and hydrogen-fueled proton exchange membrane fuel cells to maintain the state-of-charge of the batteries.

Management & Operations| July 2, 2015

WTS Transportation summit educates young women about industry

The Transportation YOU DC Youth Summit spanned five days and included a visit to USDOT to meet with some of the young women from various modes who have chosen transportation as a career, and a meeting with Victor Mendez, Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Sustainability| July 2, 2015

London to pilot all-electric double-decker bus

The new zero-emission electric double-deck buses manufactured by BYD will enter service beginning in October.

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