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Transloc Rider with Uber app launches pilot in Memphis

Management & Operations| March 22, 2016

Transit app aims to solve the first-mile last-mile problem.

BART restores partial service on down line, issue still not found

Management & Operations| March 22, 2016

Engineers and outside experts continued Monday to search for the issues that are causing train-damaging power spikes on the rails between the stations, but came up empty.

Government Issues| March 22, 2016

FRA launches new railroad crossing, trespassing site to increase safety

The new portal is part of the agency’s ongoing campaign to reduce fatalities at railroad crossings and tracks to zero by building partnerships that increase education, step up enforcement and leverage engineering.

Security and Safety | March 22, 2016

N.Y. MTA seeks to recover money made off transit imposter's film

Darius McCollum, who's been arrested 30 times for transit-related crimes, told AP that his uncontrollable obsession with buses and trains is because of an autism-spectrum disorder and he needs help.

Bus| March 22, 2016

ElDorado National-California unveil new logo, branding

In an effort to simplify the name that is iconic to such a strong and unique product line, REV developed a streamlined logo. The new logo is robust, clean and sleek with a color palette to match the REV family brands.

Management & Operations| March 22, 2016

Marsella, former RTD Denver GM and FasTracks leader, dies

Clarence W. (Cal) Marsella led the creation of the multi-billion dollar FasTracks rapid transit expansion program of projects for metro Denver, died unexpectedly Saturday while visiting friends and family in Connecticut. He was 65.

Motorcoach| March 22, 2016

Krapf's Coaches adds 2 MCI J4500s

The West Chester, Pa.-based operator, which has a long purchasing history with MCI, plans to refresh its entire fleet exclusively with MCI models over the next eight years.

Management & Operations| March 21, 2016

NJ TRANSIT finds bus, trains, railcars breaking down more often

Reliability is measured by mean distance between failures, which is the average mileage that the agency's rail and bus fleets travel before breaking down. The more miles traveled indicates that the fleet is more reliable.

Accessibility| March 21, 2016

TAPS on path to resolve IRS debt

The agency, which was shut down for about 90 days because of debt and other issues, recently gave Transdev a five-year contract to take over operations.

Rail| March 21, 2016

Sound Transit's light rail expanded to U. of Wash., Capitol Hill

The University Link project is opening six months ahead of schedule and about $200 million under its $1.9 billion budget.

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