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Mass. officials defend MBTA preparations amid winter storms

Management & Operations| January 6, 2016

Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack blamed the track breakdowns on the cold but said a full investigation has been launched to determine why a section of track on the Haverhill commuter line shattered as a train carrying a conductor and an engineer passed by early Tuesday.

Chicago Transit expands Second Chance Program

Management & Operations| January 6, 2016

The initiative provides valuable job skills and career opportunities to Chicago residents who often face challenges re-entering the workforce. 

Rail| January 6, 2016

Operation Lifesaver names new President/CEO

Bonnie Murphy is a veteran of both the railroad industry and the federal government with 30 years of professional railroad experience and 10 years of executive-level government experience.

Rail| January 6, 2016

Alstom to supply 10 more French Citadis trams

Bordeaux has ordered 115 Citadis since the year 2000 and owns one of the largest tram fleets in France.

Management & Operations| January 5, 2016

London passengers ride free after smart card glitch

About 100,000 free journeys are believed to have been made over a six-hour period, which Transport for London estimated to be worth approximately $268, 000.

Sustainability| January 5, 2016

CCW upfits San Francisco buses with new ramps

The work was done at the CCW North facility in Alameda, Calif., with CCW providing transportation of the buses from SF Muni to Alameda to begin their upfitting.

Sustainability| January 5, 2016

IndyGo receives 21st electric bus, completes solar array installation

CCW's Zero Emission Propulsion Systems (ZEPS) were built on 2000 and 2001 model year diesel buses and repowered with lithium-ion batteries that reach up to 130 mile range on a single charge.

Motorcoach| January 5, 2016

CH Bus Sales delivers TS 45 to Maine operator

Custom Coach & Limousine's 56 passenger TS 45 coach is equipped with top quality features, such as 110-volt plugs, USB outlets, Alcoa Durabright wheels and a Spheros Webasto preheater.

University| January 4, 2016

New Sound Transit light rail stations close to completion

Commuters will soon be able to go from downtown Seattle to the University of Washington in about eight minutes.

Sustainability| January 4, 2016

Ohio agency to break ground on hydrogen fuel-cell station

The station is part of the Stark Area Regional Transit Authority’s plan to add seven hydrogen fuel-cell buses by the end of 2017.

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