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Pa. agency sued for not running atheists ads

Management & Operations| April 30, 2015

Since 2012, the NEPA Freethought Society has tried unsuccessfully to run various ads on COLTS buses. The rejected ads say “atheists” along with the group’s name and/or website.

ABA urges Congress to fix 'broken' inspection process

Motorcoach| April 30, 2015

Believes the failure of federal and state agencies to enact a comprehensive national and uniform inspection structure in all 50 states, is not a failure of regulation but a failure of prioritization and enforcement.

Security and Safety | April 29, 2015

CTA O’Hare accident caused by fatigue, misplaced track braking system

A fully implemented Transmission Based Train Control system would have prevented this accident by applying the train’s brakes and stopping the train before the train passed the red stop signal, according to the NTSB report.

Rail| April 29, 2015

Alstom completes London train modernization program

The mid-life refurbishing program included 3.7 million items replaced on the fleet, which represents about 35,000 components per train.

Rail| April 29, 2015

TriMet adding 5 officers, 4 patrols for light rail extension

The Orange Line will also expand TriMet’s extensive network of security and operational cameras by more than 230 fixed-location cameras and about 180 cameras on the new Type 5 trains.

Rail| April 29, 2015

Escalating price may halt Minn. light rail line extension

The escalating costs for the 16-mile line from Minneapolis to Eden Prairie provoked Gov. Mark Dayton to express “serious questions about its viability and affordability,” while Metropolitan Council Chair Adam Duininck did not rule out the possibility that the project could be scuttled.

Rail| April 28, 2015

IMPulse NC LLC attains APTA Gold recognition

Company is one of only two business members within APTA to reach the Gold Level for sustainability through the dedicated efforts of its employees who make it their mission to reduce the carbon footprint of its business and operate in a manner that ensures future sustainability for the community.

Management & Operations| April 28, 2015

Seon acquires US Computing Inc.

The acquisition complements Seon’s existing portfolio of video and fleet management products and will solidify its’ position in the school bus routing market. Seon will continue to develop, support, and grow US Computing’s Web-based routing solutions under the vMax Compass brand and nurture existing customer relationships.

Rail| April 28, 2015

$1.2B Canadian light rail project moving forward

The project will help transform Finch Avenue West into a vibrant community, accessible to motorists, transit riders, cyclists and pedestrians. The LRT service will also move more people, faster through the busy Finch West corridor than the existing bus service.

Management & Operations| April 28, 2015

N.Y. MTA considering banning all political ads

The agency's lawyer sent a letter to Judge John Koeltl on Friday. The judge had ordered the MTA to accept a pro-Israel advocacy group's political advertisement because it is protected speech. The MTA’s lawyer said the agency has long considered revising its advertising policy and that the vote was not a hasty reaction to the judge’s ruling.

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