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Alstom to supply Citadis trams to Lyon, France

Rail| November 24, 2015

The order, worth over $21 million, represents the exercise of an option on a contract signed in 2011.

Canadian bus service to block Internet streaming

Bus| November 24, 2015

Some customers have reported slow internet service, while others couldn't connect at al, due to Internet streaming issues.

Security and Safety | November 23, 2015

Synthetic drug use caused bus crash that killed Texas students, NTSB says

Also determines that contributing to the severity of the crash was the fact that, although the bus was equipped with seat belts in all seating positions, none of the passengers wore the restraints.

Motorcoach| November 23, 2015

ABA, travel and tourism groups urge members to be vigilant in wake of Paris attacks

The letter also includes tips from the Bus Industry and Safety Council, which stresses pre- and post-trip security checks such as inspections of luggage bays and overhead compartments. Operators are also urged to report suspicious packages and to encourage riders to do the same.

University| November 23, 2015

Texas A&M campus experimenting with shuttle services

Two of the vans split up the route and take a set of the stops, while the third van is the cleanup shuttle that drives the route from start to finish getting students that might have been missed by the other two.

University| November 23, 2015

Colorado State, 5 more universities receive platinum bike-friendly certification

This year, 127 universities in 42 states were evaluated. Alongside CSU is Stanford, Portland State University, the University of Minnesota and the University of California Davis.

Management & Operations| November 20, 2015

N.Y. N.J. Port Authority chief, Foye to step down

In a memo Thursday to the agency’s staff, Foye said he would withdraw from consideration to become the authority’s new CEO, a position created in the aftermath of the George Washington Bridge lane-closure scandal of September 2013.

Management & Operations| November 20, 2015

Peter Rogoff to lead Seattle's Sound Transit

Current Sound Transit CEO Joni Earl, who has been on medical leave, will retire in March 2016 following the opening of the University Link light rail line. Deputy CEO Mike Harbour, who did not apply for the CEO position, will continue to serve as the agency’s acting CEO until Rogoff’s arrival.

Motorcoach| November 20, 2015

Motorcoach Marketing Council taps new executive director

Christian Riddell has been the spokesman for the council during the previous two years and has been instrumental in the development of the council's products, services and trainings.

Security and Safety | November 20, 2015

Safety Vision completes Calif. mobile video surveillance installation

The Golden Empire Transit District will be using Safety Vision’s Observer™ 4112 and the Observer 4120 hybrid video recorder systems to provide video and audio surveillance over public transportation option

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