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First Transit to expand operations to Panama

Management & Operations| October 5, 2015

Last month, the government of Panama announced an agreement to acquire METROBUS. METROBUS operates 1,200 buses and seven bus stations, providing bus service to more than 500,000 daily passengers.

Vidcie unveils InSight 4.0 at APTA Annual Meeting

Security and Safety | October 5, 2015

Providing visibility into events as they occur, Vidcie InSight transforms everyday Smartphones into multimedia incident reporting tools, streaming live video — and now text messages — directly to a web-based command-and-control application.

Sustainability| October 5, 2015

Proterra adds 35-foot Catalyst to vehicle lineup

Dallas Area Rapid Transit will be the first customer to receive seven, 35-foot Catalyst FC buses and two overhead semi-autonomous fast chargers. The seven buses will reduce DART’s emissions footprint while providing a clean, quiet ride for the agency’s 250,000 daily riders.

Management & Operations| October 5, 2015

American Seating Introduces Next Generation of InSight Line

INSIGHT-PRIME and INSIGHT-PRIME+ seats were engineered to be lighter in weight, helping to reduce overall vehicle weights and increase fuel efficiency. The seats also were designed for optimal cleanability and aesthetics.

Bus| October 2, 2015

Fla.'s HART partners with Megabus.com to pilot service option

The agency is already providing enhanced routes and options through a unique 5-year partnership agreement with Megabus.com which began last year, to offer express travel to and from Miami and Orlando for as little as $1.

Management & Operations| October 2, 2015

Sacramento RT chief, Wiley, announces retirement

Upon the hiring of the new GM/CEO, Wiley will transition to the position of Special Assistant to the Board of Directors and GM/CEO with a focus on key projects and initiatives through 2016.

Rail| October 2, 2015

Cummins ships first QSK95 engine for the rail market

The engine, rated at 4400 hp (3281 kW) will be delivered to Siemens® manufacturing facility in Sacramento, Calif., where it will be installed into a Charger® locomotive.

Management & Operations| October 2, 2015

Allied Specialty Vehicles names Bradshaw to VP/GM of Mich. plant

In his new role, Joe Bradshaw will immediately be tasked with analyzing facilities, procurement, production and quality assurance processes for the commercial and luxury bus products manufactured at this location to determine operational changes necessary for increasing efficiencies and growing output.

Bus| October 1, 2015

BusCon 2015 takes Indy by storm with new vehicles, tech and education

The 20th installment of the show featured more than 50 new exhibitors, 70-plus vehicles and plenty of information to inspire attendees.

Bus| October 1, 2015

House moves to delay PTC deadline

A bipartisan measure has been introduced in the lower chamber that would push back the deadline for most railroads to install automated train technology until December 2018.

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