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TransLoc, Uber partner to pioneer new standard in public transit

Management & Operations| January 11, 2016

By integrating the Uber API into the TransLoc Rider app, riders can incorporate multiple modes of transportation, including public transit, into commutes.

Calif. agency halts bus service after bomb threat

Security and Safety | January 8, 2016

Police and SLO Transit staff halted all bus service throughout the day as they examined each bus for possible explosive devices or other threats. No one was hurt in the incident and the suspect was later taken into custody.

Management & Operations| January 8, 2016

Judge: Ind. agency didn't violate group's rights by denying ad

The lawsuit, filed in September 2014 on behalf of Fort Wayne Women’s Health Link, alleged that Citilink engaged in viewpoint discrimination by denying its request to place ads on its buses.

Management & Operations| January 8, 2016

WSP | PB appoints Pulicare to lead U.S. transportation & infrastructure

As president he will oversee planning, design and construction services for highways, bridges, transit and rail, aviation, as well as ports and marine. He will be based in the firm’s U.S. headquarters in New York City.

Sustainability| January 8, 2016

CCW delivers 21st ZEPS electric bus to IndyGo

The remanufactured ZEPS bus is rebuilt with lightweight flooring, low resistance tires, and energy-efficient heating and cooling, while ensuring a reach of 130 mile range on a single battery charge.

Security and Safety | January 7, 2016

U.S. DOT, Mobileye to equip Smart City Challenge winner with crash avoidance tech

The announcement of this collaboration follows last month’s launch of U.S. DOT’s Smart City Challenge, a competition that will support the creation of a fully integrated, first-of-its-kind city that uses data, technology, and creativity to shape how people and goods move in the future.

Rail| January 7, 2016

$3 billion Penn Station transformation proposed

The project, known as the Empire Station Complex, will feature increased train capacity, decreased congestion and improved signage. It will be expedited by a public-private partnership to break ground this year and complete substantial construction within the next three years.

Accessibility| January 7, 2016

Chicago takes next step toward making rail system 100% accessible

Over the next year, a working group consisting of City of Chicago, CTA, ADA and disability community members, architects and others will be responsible for outlining a high-level cost estimate and schematic schedule for achieving the goal of 100% accessibility.

Rail| January 7, 2016

Mexico City proposes gondola-type transit system to combat traffic

The system, known as the “Personalized Elevated Urban Transport” (or TUEP in Spanish), promises to move some 37 million people across the city each year, and up to 200 million if the system is extended to longer distances.

Management & Operations| January 7, 2016

National Express to provide Orlando International's shuttle bus services

The contract will be managed by Russell Brashear, a 26-year veteran of the airport and public transportation industry.

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