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ETA Transit Systems completes Stanford ITS installation

Management & Operations| March 1, 2016

he expansive project saw the outfitting of all 81 of the university's shuttles with on-board equipment that provides real-time GPS, automatic on-board announcements and integration with existing automatic passenger counters.

FMCSA: Roadside inspections saved 472 lives

Motorcoach| March 1, 2016

Annual Roadside Intervention Effectiveness Model analysis estimates that in 2012 — the most recent year in which data is available — these life-saving safety programs also prevented nearly 9,000 injuries from more than 14,000 crashes involving large commercial trucks and buses.

Management & Operations| March 1, 2016

MBTA using startup job site to find software engineers

The job listing describes the MBTA’s tech division as a “quasi-startup.” The new team will work across multiple projects, all of which will all be rider-facing.

Security and Safety | February 29, 2016

Mo. lawmakers consider allowing concealed guns on public transportation

Representatives for St. Louis, Springfield and Kansas City opposed the legislation, saying cities should be able to regulate their own public transportation.

University| February 29, 2016

Light rail connecting U. of N.C., Duke gets FTA go ahead

Planned to cover 17 miles, with an estimated travel time from end-to-end approximated to be between 42 and 44 minutes, the system will connect several universities, including UNC and Duke.

Accessibility| February 29, 2016

3 contractors submit bids to take over Texoma Area Paratransit

The winning company will have to pay back TAPS' debt which totals more than $4 million.

Rail| February 29, 2016

Chicago's Metra hires ad agency to help increase ridership

Pulsar’s scope of work for Metra will include a customer segmentation study, market research, branding services, development of a strategic marketing plan and assistance implementing the plan.

Management & Operations| February 29, 2016

Seattle's Sound Transit sets all-time ridership mark

The ridership numbers reported to the Sound Transit Board mirror regional trends showing transit ridership has grown twice as fast as population over the past five years, according to the Puget Sound Regional Council.

Management & Operations| February 29, 2016

Milwaukee County Transit goes paperless

The move away from paper will make boarding the bus more efficient and cut down on the use of paper, which is costly and less environmentally friendly.

Bus| February 26, 2016

Diamond Coach acquired by private equity firm B12 Capital Partners

Diamond Coach models vary in design and size, accommodating from 14 to 32 passengers with optional lift and wheelchair options.

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