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MBTA commuter rail customers can now use Apple Pay

Management & Operations| March 7, 2018

The introduction of Apple Pay enables customers to purchase fares with just a tap, reducing the amount of time to make a purchase.

Alstom acquires onboard Internet, infotainment co.

Technology| March 7, 2018

21net has developed an expertise in end-to-end network design and optimization for broadband Internet on high-speed trains.

Government Issues| March 7, 2018

Chao acknowledges President trying to block funding for transit project

She said New York and New Jersey "have no skin in the game" and need to pony up more money to help pay for the project.

Security and Safety | March 7, 2018

Paris transport launches 'shock' ads to fight sexual harassment

According to surveys, some 87% of female users of public transport say they have been the victim of sexist or sexual harassment.

Security and Safety | March 7, 2018

DART staff join effort to communicate new security initiatives to riders

The agency is adding security officers and new cameras on platforms, buses, and trains.

Bus| March 6, 2018

Van Hool to build 40 hydrogen buses for German fleets

The order for Cologne and Wuppertal makes it the largest order for hydrogen-powered vehicles ever placed in Europe.

Management & Operations| March 5, 2018

HNTB adds transportation planners in Austin, San Antonio

Janelle Carey most recently served as a transportation planner for the San Diego MTS. Jason Rodriguez worked in strategic planning for VIA Metropolitan Transit.

Accessibility| March 5, 2018

Allscripts, Lyft partner to off non-emergency transportation to patients

Today, 3.6 million Americans have transportation issues that prevent them from getting to or from a doctor’s appointment.

Security and Safety | March 5, 2018

Calif. police driving decoy bus to catch tech shuttle shooter

CHP officials believed the suspect has been shooting a BB gun from another vehicle, which has resulted in damaged windows and dented exteriors.

Management & Operations| March 5, 2018

Ohio's TARTA cutting bus service due to driver shortage, OT

The new service plan eliminates a bank of “lineup” buses leaving downtown Toledo at 11 a.m. on weekdays, curtails service hours on suburban Call-a-Ride buses, and reduces or eliminates weekend and holiday service on selected routes.

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