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WSP | PB appoints engineer Maurath to head L.A. office

Management & Operations| March 15, 2016

Maurath has over 30 years of experience and served as operations manager of the L.A. office for six years.

NJ TRANSIT, rail workers reach agreement, avoid strike

Management & Operations| March 14, 2016

In addition, Gov. Chris Christie said the deal won't lead to the need for a fare hike or service cuts, at least through June 2017.

Accessibility| March 14, 2016

Fla.'s SCAT paratransit service set to be privatized

The move lowers operations costs from $39 a passenger to $33, saving taxpayers $600,000 a year. SCAT made 181,000 trips last year and expects to 184,000 this year.

University| March 14, 2016

U. of Mich. puts plans for $38.5M transportation center on hold

In a letter to residents, university President Mark Schlissel acknowledged the university should have been more thoughtful and responsive when considering a development such as the $38.5 million center

Bus| March 14, 2016

Chicago Transit installs first bus tracker displays across city

Bus tracker LED displays have been added to 51 CTA rail stations.

Rail| March 14, 2016

BART Silicon Valley Project green lit to enter project development phase

The six-mile expansion plan receives the necessary federal support to continue development.

Government Issues| March 11, 2016

APTA: Investment in public transportation will deliver double the return

The "Public Transportation's Role in the Knowledge Economy" study looks at the economic impact of public transportation in select regions and does a deeper dive into how public transit supports emerging tech scenes in three areas.

Rail| March 11, 2016

Alstom to supply 28 diesel trains in Germany

The new Coradia Lint trains will begin commercial service in Augsburg in late 2018.

Motorcoach| March 11, 2016

CH Bus Sales delivers 2 TS 35s to Texas' Sun Travel Trailways

The new coaches feature Wi-Fi, 110-volt outlets, USB ports, a REI luxury entertainment systems and Alcoa Durabright Aluminum wheels.

Security and Safety | March 11, 2016

Video of Google self-driving car crash released

Footage recorded by cameras on the bus shows a Lexus SUV, which Google has outfitted with sensors and cameras that let it drive itself, edging into the path of the bus that was rolling by at about 15 mph.

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